Re: Opinion on Mold regulation/Health Dept. flees mold
Posted by ff on 2/14/04
It was USA Medical Center. I do the know the case with the
football player. He also had a fatty embolism (requires
fracture of large bones, typically the femur as was my case and
his as well). Although even the Lippincott Nursing Manual has a
warning for embolisms in patients with fractures... Anyway, I'm
not complaining. Also, one you may remember, Grace Kelly's
accident led to a fatty embolism as well.
One thing I can tell all, and this one goes to you, DD, I'd
gladly choose to break every bone rather than suffer a toxic
exposure, any day.
It's unfortunate that we cannot see the toxic exposure as easy
as you can traction and casts.
Thanks for the message
On 2/14/04, johncodie wrote:
> On 2/14/04, ff wrote:
>> Mr. Heindl:
>> It is always a pleasure to see your posts: informative,
>> mannerly, didn't you mention the southern gentleman
>> upbringing from Mississippi to johncodie once?
>> My opinion on mold regulation: of course these guys need to
>> be regulated. I wanted to point your attention to an
>> article which appeared in the Lake section of the Orlando
>> Sentinel 02/13/04.: "Health Department flees mold."
> The hospital that you were probably taken to during your
> accident was insured by my previous insurance carrier. Some
> of the problems you encountered claimed one of the Mississippi
> State Football players life when he broke his leg while
> playing the University of Florida. Can't image dying from a
> broken leg, but it did happen. And the Jackie Sherrill that
> continued to be emotionless,,,,,was brought to tears from the
> sudden realizatoin of how uncertain our lives can be. When
> reseaching my insurance company on it's history of bad faith,
> I found that a death had occured in a minor surgery because
> the heart rate of a patient was not identified as slow, and
> the end result was the death by insufficient oxygen. The
> negligence was discussed as needing to be covered. The
> insurance company from the Atlanta Office was intent of that
> being a death by natural causes. The plan would have worked
> until a person in the emergency room had a concious moment and
> relized if the truth got out, there would be a five year
> penalty for perjury for each event. The insuance company paid
> the bad faith claim, but was not repentful for the misdeed.
> Do I have similar instances of the lying of the particpants in
> my case? You bet I do! They all lie, and continue to lie.
> So when you use the term Southern Gentlemen, limit it to a
> social event. Mary would not wan't to feel she is limited
> from running for political office because we treat her as an
> unequal we put on a pedestal. Even with the plantiff attorny,
> the bottom line is that check, for the client it is a home to
> feel that they are not on the equal of living in a card box on
> the side of the street.
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