This week we have the honor of speaking with Katy Grainger about septic shock and DIC amputation Four years ago, at the age of 52, Katy Grainger's life was turned upside down when she nearly died from septic shock because of a small, infected cut on her thumb. Because of sepsis, she now lives as a double below-knee amputee who also lost the tips of most of her fingers. When she became ill, she was unaware of the symptoms of sepsis, so she now shares her story in order to prevent others from experiencing what she went through. One in five deaths worldwide are caused by sepsis, yet few people have heard of it and even fewer can identify the signs and symptoms. Katy is on the Board of Directors of Sepsis Alliance, the leading advocate for sepsis in the United States, and volunteers with the Amputee Coalition supporting new amputees. She advocates for policy that supports issues impacting sepsis and people with limb loss. She was described in a recent magazine article as “one of the nation's leading advocates for sepsis awareness”. Katy has turned the worst thing that has ever happened in her life into an opportunity to save lives and limbs. Hundreds of thousands of people have seen her speak or have read articles about her sepsis experience. She has impacted medical policy in the United States by speaking to law makers in Washington DC. She has begun modeling and acting in order to represent disability in print and film. She has written many short stories about her experience and performed them as monologues throughout the pandemic in zoom shows. She is planning to publish a book about her experience and the opportunities that have arisen out of her tragedy.
A spate of recent accidents has drawn attention to the dangers of working in the construction industry. Amputations, explosions, electrocutions and a number of other horrific events have all shown why construction consistently rates as one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. So why are these tragic events continue to happen? Is New Zealand's safety management up to scratch? And is our 'she'll be right' culture undermining progress? Today, NZ Herald property editor Anne Gibson joins Damien to discuss the dangers of being on a building site in New Zealand. Follow The Front Page on iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. You can read more about this and other stories in the New Zealand Herald, online at nzherald.co.nz, or tune in to news bulletins across the NZME network. Host: Damien VenutoEditor: Paddy FoxExecutive Producer: Ethan SillsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jasmin and Emily discuss 27 antiquities being seized from the Metropolitan Museum of Art by investigators, the ongoing water crisis in Jackson, MS, China's ongoing zero-COVID policy, and recently discovered evidence of a successful prehistoric amputation.
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Peripheral artery disease, or PAD, affects almost 10 million people in the U.S. Approximately one-third of patients will die within five years of a peripheral artery disease diagnosis, and 20% will experience a heart attack or stroke. Peripheral artery disease usually involves pain in the lower limbs caused by reduced blood flow due to narrowing of the arteries. Its symptoms, like reduced ability to walk due to leg pain, often are brushed off as signs of aging. While age is a factor, younger people with diabetes or who smoke also should be checked for the disease. "If you have risk factors for lower-extremity PAD — diabetes, tobacco use, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, as well as age — it's really important to have those conversations with your provider about your ability to exercise or walk if you are having any limitation," explains Dr. Amy Pollak, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist. Peripheral artery disease is detectable and treatable, but it's often not diagnosed early enough. This means patients are often not treated with the most aggressive therapies. Health disparities play a big role, with the highest rates of peripheral artery disease occurring in Black men and women."There is an amputation epidemic," says Dr. Pollak. "And I don't use that word epidemic lightly. In today's climate, I use it intentionally. Depending upon where you live in our country, you may be at a higher risk of having an amputation for lower-extremity PAD, and not always be offered a revascularization procedure. So there is a lot of work that needs to be done to raise awareness of PAD, both for patients and health care providers."A new PAD Action Plan spearheaded by the American Heart Association is hoping to do just that. The plan serves as a roadmap for reducing the burden of peripheral artery disease by improving the awareness, diagnosis and treatment of PAD. The plan also highlights the many gaps and opportunities in PAD research to further reduce preventable complications and deaths for future generations."The incidence of PAD is set to triple in the United States in the coming years," says Dr. Pollak, who is a co-chair of the PAD Action Plan. "So we have an important opportunity to not only prevent that from happening, but to prevent heart attacks and strokes to help people live longer lives with a greater degree of functional ability by diagnosing and treating PAD. When it comes to the health disparities, we need to be doing even more outreach to populations that have been historically not focused on with that important information about what PAD is, how it can present, and what treatment options there are."On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Pollak discusses the importance of early diagnosis of PAD to reduce the risk of amputation, heart attack and stroke.Related posts: "Mayo Clinic Minute: How is peripheral artery disease diagnosed?" "Peripheral artery disease can signal cardiovascular trouble for heart, brain and legs."
Think about this. Your tongue knows what everything feels like. What? Scientists have unearthed what they believe is the oldest known amputation in human history. Ankle down man. Cool stuff. I'm just trying to find myself in life, man. Live it up. Thanks for coming to hang with me, see you next week for #100!
L'archéologue Maxime Aubert raconte comment son équipe a découvert un squelette amputé qui date d'il y a 31 000 ans; Gino Harel parle de nouvelles méthodes que des chercheurs tentent de développer pour dénombrer les ours blancs; Alexandre Touchette décortique l'agriculture cellulaire, une industrie émergente; et Jean François Bouthillette fait le point sur un comprimé d'insuline qui permet une absorption aussi efficace, à certains égards, que l'insuline injectée sous la peau.
Herzlich Willkommen zu einer neuen Podcast Folge. Danke für deine Zeit, denn Zeit ist das wertvollste, was wir besitzen. Danke, dass du dir bewusst Zeit nimmst, diese tief berührende Folge anzuhören. Heute habe ich hier einen so inspirierenden Menschen sitzen, der erste Flufbegleiter mit einer Prothese. Alexander Böhmer ist glücklich in seinem Traumjob als Flugbegleiter , steht mitten im Leben – bis ihn das Schicksal mit voller Wucht trifft: Mit knapp 20 Jahren erhält Alex die Diagnose Knochenkrebs. Ab diesem Moment ändert sich alles im Leben des jungen Flugbegleiters. Ein Martyrium mit unzähligen Chemotherapien und starken Wundheilstörungen beginnt. Auch seinen Job muss er aufgeben. Ein Jahr nach der Diagnose dann die nächste Horrornachricht: Keime haben sich in Alex' Knie abgesetzt. Das Bein kann nicht gerettet werden, die Amputation erfolgt zwei Tage nach seinem 21. Geburtstag. Doch dem willensstarken Alex wird schnell klar: Er will wieder als Flugbegleiter arbeiten! Mit der Prothese muss er jedoch erst völlig neu Laufen und Stehen lernen. Heute nimmt Alex uns mit auf seinen Social Media Kanälen und es gibt nichts was er nicht machen kann mit seiner Prothese. https://www.instagram.com/alex.boeh/ Ich hoffe sehr, dass dir die Folge gefallen hat und du etwas mitnehmen konntest. Schreib mir von Herzen gern, eine Bewertung über ITunes oder wenn du magst, abonniere meinen Kanal, um keine Folge zu verpassen. Ich würde mich riesig über deine Gedanken zu dieser Folge freuen, schau gern bei Instagram vorbei unter der aktuellen Podcast Folge und kommentiere dort deine Gefühle. Was konntest du für dich mitnehmen? Du findest mich über allen üblichen Podcasts Formaten. Wenn du Lust hast, schreib mir gern ein Feedback oder trete über Social Media mit mir in Kontakt. . ❤❤ Denk immer daran, DU bist nicht allein. Ich freue mich schon auf die nächste Folge mit dir. Bleib gesund und es ist so schön, dass es dich gibt. Teile den Podcast mit der Welt. Möchtest du Kontakt mit mir aufnehmen? Hast du deine eigene Krebs Erfahrung, die du mit der Welt teilen möchtest? Oder hast du jemanden aus deiner Familie an Krebs verloren? Oder bist du vielleicht selber Ärztin/Heilpraktikerin/Ernährungsexpertin/Yoga/Onkologe/Psycho Onkologe/Breastcare... ??Ich möchte jedem eine Chance geben, über das Thema Krebs zu sprechen. Fühl dich von Herzen umarmt. Deine Kendra ❤
A massive archeological find has been making headlines all over the news this week. Plus, 'breakfast like a king, dine like a pauper', is there any truth to the old saying? And are video GP consultations safe enough to be a permanent fixture in medical practice? Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Can a shoe design save your life? Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chuck Nice, and Gary O'Reilly explore how engineering can help save the lives– and feet– of thousands with diabetes, with industrial engineer Michael DiTullo and foot and ankle surgeon, Dr. Jason Hanft. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/feet-of-engineering-with-micheal-ditullo-and-jason-hanft/Photo Credit: Mikael Häggström, M.D., CC0, via Wikimedia Commons
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Gabi tried to have a romantic picnic with her husband so of course something had to go wrong... Who just decided to chop it off? Mechanic Jacob clears up the handbrake debate! Have you ever been into a real life "Jesse's Girl"? Cliffo witnessed two worlds collide in a Gelato shop! Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/cliffo-and-gabiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shot by a Pedophile, Her Leg was Amputated. Her Determined and Amazing Return to Full Duty. Learning to live with catastrophic physical, mental & emotional injuries. Retired R.C.M.P. Officer Laurie White tells her powerful & inspiring story. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Laurie White, a constable with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, was shot in the line of duty, Laurie had to have her right leg amputated below the knee. She shares about being shot by a pedophile which resulted in the amputation of her right leg. Laurie talks about her physical, emotional, and psychological injuries while struggling to resume her life and returning to full duty with the R.C.M.P. She tells her inspiring story as a first responder with post-traumatic stress disorder, and as a single parent. Laurie's struggle with loss, grief, and trauma are inspiring. All of which led to her book "10-33: An Officer Down Steps Back Up". Never miss out on an episode of the Law Enforcement Today Podcast subscribe to our free email newsletter, never more than 2 issues a week sent out. Click here and scroll down about halfway. Check out the Clubhouse: Drop In Audio Chat App for free. It is social audio, think of truly interactive talk radio. Be sure to become a member of our club for free, LET Radio and Podcast. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to Like and Follow us on Facebook. If you enjoy the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast, please tell a friend or two, or three about it. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Diese Woche im Prothesentalk: Der Erfolg meiner Kunden ist mein Antrieb Eike Zywietz ist Diplom Sportwissenschaftler, Therapeut für klinische Psychoneuroemonologie, Ernährungsberater, Personal-Coach im Triathlon und seit neustem auch Hyroxcoach. Kurzum- eine Allzweckwaffe auf seinem Gebiet und Inhaber der GIPFELKURS Gmbh. Keine Angst; ihr müsst gleich keine wilden Übungen vor dem Lautsprecher machen- es sei denn ihr wollt es. Vorranging geht es um das Thema Ernährung für die Menschen, welche sich aus gesundheitlichen Gründen nicht normal sportlich bewegen können und eingeschränkt leben müssen, grade eine Amputation hinter sich gebracht haben oder allgemein etwas auf sich achten möchten. Mehr zu Gipfelkurs findet ihr unter: https://gipfelkurs.de/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gipfelkurs Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gipfelkurs/ Euer PG-Team
Description: Type 2 diabetes and obesity are epidemics that can lead to amputation due to a common complication known as peripheral artery disease (P.A.D.), which is plaque build-up in mainly the leg arteries that restricts blood flow. But the right diet can help mitigate risk for limb loss. Hosts Kym McNicholas and Interventional Cardiologist Dr. John Phillips are joined by Nurse Practitioner Kay Smith to chat with special guest Dr. Michael Dansinger, Wellness Director for Boston Heart Diagnostics, about diabetes reversal, eating strategies to for P.A.D. prevention, and the secret to weight loss based on USA Network's The Biggest Loser reality show. Dr. Michael Dansinger is Founding Director of the Diabetes Reversal Program at Tufts Medical Center in Boston . He also serves on the CDC's Expert Panel for Worksite Wellness Programs and on the Council of Directors for the True Health Initiative, a leading international voice for health and wellness. Dr. Dansinger previously served as the Nutrition and Obesity Editor for Medscape Journal of Medicine and was the principal investigator of the Tufts Popular Diet Trial comparing the Atkins, Zone, Weight Watchers and Ornish eating plans for weight loss and heart disease risk-factor reduction (published in JAMA). Dansinger was the nutrition doctor for NBC's The Biggest Loser for 10 years and designer of the Biggest Loser Diet, which won top awards from U.S. News & World Report (including No. 1 Best Diet for Diabetes). Before Dr. Dansinger got into the heart of this episode's feature topic on how diet can reduce a diabetic's risk for vascular complications, the show kicked off with a discussion about obstacles patients face in healthcare. Nurse Practitioner Kay Smith shared her experience in Scotland, spending four hours in pre-operative protocols for a surgery planned for next week, only to have her physician cancel her surgery appointment due to a condition called, atrial fibrillation, that she was never informed of but was written in her medical chart. Kym and Dr. Dansinger weighed in on lessons others can learn from this experience which includes two critical questions all patients should ask following any medical appointment: What are you writing in my chart that I should be aware of so I don't miss any assessment or diagnosis? Can I get a copy of my cases notes for this appointment? This may be available through your facility's medical app or platform. You can also request it through a facility's medical records department. Kym also shared her nightmare experience with her dad falling a second time in two weeks. The first fall was out of their area and resulted in emergency surgery to replace a previous hip replacement and stabalize an elbow fracture with pins and wires. This second fall resulted in an additional hairline fracture in his femur, re-opening of the hip replacement incision, and a displacement of the pins in his elbow. An ambulance trip to the emergency room left Kym and her dad with more questions than answers. The emergency physician and clinicians refused to call the on-call orthopedic surgeon to review his xrays. If they did, they would've learned of his additional hairline fracture in the femur and would've sent him home in a wheelchair. Instead, he was told to get up and walk despite debilitating pain and a continued run of the fracture. Even more, they didn't remove that half pulled off wound dressing, didn't apply temporary steri strips to reseal the wound that opened, and sent him home with only half the wound covered. So, when he arrived home, within 10 minutes the paramedics had to be called as the wound dehiesced further and he had to be taken to a larger hospital facility in Marin County, California with a more experienced trauma team. There, he was scheduled for time in the operating room to properly clean, re-sutre, and dress the incision site. He was also admitted until an orthopedic surgeon could get a physical therapist and occupational therapist to work with him on his new orders for limited weight-bearing. Dr. Dansinger and Dr. Phillips both were horrified by Kym's experience with her dad. They agree that under no circumstances should Kym's dad have been released from the first emergency room without an orthopedic surgeon reviewing the images and without proper wound care. They each expressed the importance of physicians and clinicians taking the time necessary to listen to the patients and fully assess the entire situation and for patients and their advocates to have patience with medical staff. But they were also not surprised due to an overwhelmed healthcare system, especially since the COVID epidemic. Dr. Dansinger says as our population continues to age this will become an even bigger problem of overcrowded hospital facilities and not enough staff to manage them. It's why he shifted from an urgent care doctor to focusing on prevention of chronic illness. That includes diabetes. That's where the hosts transitioned the conversation into focusing more intently on what patients can do to reverse it and mitigate their risk for serious vascular complications such as amputation.
Have you ever thought you couldn't go on? Did you feel so overwhelmed you saw no way out? Listen to this episode and how Wendy persevered after having both hands and feet amputated. https://oneexceptionallife.com
Join Dr. Steve Gard, editor-and-chief for the Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics, as he chats with Dr. Deanna Gates about current trends in employment statuses in individuals with upper-limb amputations The two discuss the motivation behind the research, survey questions, primary findings and surprises, and clinical takeaways. Show Notes JPO article: Employment Status in Individuals with Upper-Limb Amputation: A Survey of Current Trends Co-Authors: Lee, Christina MS; Engdahl, Susannah PhD; Riegger, Anna BS; Davis, Alicia MPA, CPO; Kelly, Brian M. DO; Gates, Deanna H. PhD This podcast is produced by Association Briefings.
In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Fingertip Amputations & Finger Flaps from the Hand section. Follow Orthobullets on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/orthobullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/orthobulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/orthobullets LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/27125689 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZSlD9OhkFG2t25oM14FvQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message
Retired Sergeant Rob Jones served in the Marines as a combat engineer and was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. On July 22nd 2010 in Afghanistan, while trying to clear an area for possible IEDs, Rob stepped on a pressure plate which led to a fierce explosion where he immediately lost his lower legs and nearly lost his life. In this episode, you will hear Rob's amazing journey of survival and recovery from the point of injury to rehabilitation. He has been able to do some amazing things such as medaling in rowing in the Paralympics, riding a bike across the country, and running 31 marathons in 31 days. He provides a unique perspective on military medicine through his experience as a wounded warrior and shares his encouraging story of turning a potential tragedy into a pathway of meaning and inspiration to veterans and many others. Rob shares many insights and lessons learned during his amazing journey and provides valuable advice for all listeners. You don't want to miss this episode! To find out more and join our mission to preserve military medicine achievements WarDocs at wardocspodcast.com. Find out more about Rob Jones and his story: https://www.robjonesjourney.com/thejourney The WarDocs Mission is to improve military and civilian healthcare and foster patriotism by honoring the legacy, preserving the oral history, and showcasing career opportunities, experiences, and achievements of military medicine. Listen to the What We are For Episode 47. https://bit.ly/3r87Afm WarDocs- The Military Medicine Podcast is a Non-Profit, Tax-exempt-501(c)(3) Veteran Run Organization run by volunteers. All donations are tax-deductible, and 100% of donations go to honoring and preserving the history, experiences, successes, and lessons learned in military medicine. A tax receipt will be sent to you. WARDOCS documents the experiences, contributions, and innovations of all military medicine Services, ranks, and Corps who are affectionately called "Doc" as a sign of respect, trust, and confidence on and off the battlefield. Follow Us on social media Twitter: @wardocspodcast Facebook: WarDocs Podcast Instagram: @wardocspodcast
TAA 037: Phantom pain after limb lossPhantom pain is unfortunately something that many amputees know well and experience more or less regularly. And that's why I want to deal a little bit more with this phenomenon today. In this article, you will find a first overview of theories about the development of phantom limb pain on the one hand and various treatment approaches on the other hand. If you want to delve deeper into the matter, you can find some links to further articles in the text below.References and Further ReadingThieme connect, Th. Weiss,W. H. R. Miltner – Phantomschmerz: https://www.thieme-connect.de/products/ebooks/lookinside/10.1055/b-0034-86301 (last accessed on 31.07.2022)Cleveland Clinic – Phantom Limb Pain: https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/12092-phantom-limb-pain (last accessed on 31.07.2022)Healtline, Kirsten Nunez – What Causes Phantom Pain, and How Is it Treated: https://www.healthline.com/health/phantom-pain (last accessed on 31.07.2022)Mayo Clinic – Phantom pain: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/phantom-pain/symptoms-causes/syc-20376272 (last accessed on 31.07.2022)Gesundheit.gv.at – Phantomschmerz: https://www.gesundheit.gv.at/krankheiten/gehirn-nerven/schmerz/phantomschmerz.html (last accessed on 31.07.2022)Österreichische Ärztezeitung – Phantomschmerz: Schmerz-Abgrenzung im Vorfeld: https://aerztezeitung.at/2019/oaz-artikel/medizin/phantomschmerz-schmerzabgrenzung-stumpfschmerz/ (last accessed on 31.07.2022)Inselspital Bern – Phantom- und Stumpfschmerzen: https://neurochirurgie.insel.ch/funktionell-schmerz/schmerz/phantom-und-stumpfschmerzen (last accessed on 31.07.2022)Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft e.V. – Spiegeltherapie: https://www.schmerzgesellschaft.de/patienteninformationen/ergaenzende-verfahren/spiegeltherapie (last accessed on 31.07.2022)NDR – Cannabis: Wirksames Medikament bei chronischen Schmerzen?: https://www.ndr.de/ratgeber/gesundheit/Cannabis-Wirksames-Medikament-bei-chronischen-Schmerzen,cannabis212.html (last accessed on 31.07.2022) ------------For more information, visit The Active Amputee.The music - as always - is Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix) by spinningmerkaba (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/33345 Ft: Morusque, Jeris, CSoul, Alex BerozaTo learn more about The Active Amputee, check out the following linksThe Active Amputee BlogThe Active Amputee on InstagramThe Active Amputee on YouTubeThe Active Amputee on TwitterThe Active Amputee on
Amputation Capital is a comic currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. Published by TPub Comics, Amputation Capital posits a world in which celebrities and influencers sell off their body parts in order to hang onto what little fame they have once the shine of the spotlight ceases to illuminate them. It’s a comic that happens to be […]
Cam Ayala was a contestant of Hannah Brown's season of the Bachelorette and Season 6 of Bachelor in Paradise. Cam was vocal on both shows and worked to be an advocate for the disease Lymphedema, which he was diagnosed with at age 11. He was crushed by the way ABC chose to edit out lymphedema and being edited as a villain, but now post show is doing incredible work as a voice for the community. Cam went through a recent leg amputation surgery and is currently in the recovery process as he continues to spread awareness for the extremely misunderstood disease. Sydney and Cam talk: -Cam's time on the Bachelorette and why he thinks they chose to edit out Cam opening up about his lymphedema -being villainized by ABC -who has reached out from Bachelor Nation post amputation surgery -What lymphedema is and why it is so misunderstood by the medical community and general public -His work in lymphedema advocacy -His faith and how others can find it through their own challenges -Embracing life changes like his leg amputation -What's next for him Thank you to our sponsors! Go to zocdoc.com/SYDNEY and download the Zocdoc app to sign up for FREE to book a top rated doctor! Reach out! Host: @sydneylotuaco @somethingtosharepodcast Guest: @camronayala Learn more about Lymphedema here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tom Nash was 19 years old when he fell terribly ill with meningococcal septicemia, and all his limbs were amputated. After he learned to walk again on prosthetic legs and began to navigate life with hooks for arms, he built a new life as a nightclub DJ
Para-swimmer Alice Tai elected to have a below-knee amputation in January, after her arms became so sore from using crutches to get around. Since then she's re-learned to swim and is now competing at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Listen to her fascinating story. July is Disability Pride month – Nikki Fox and Emma Tracey chat about its history and we hear what it means to you. And debut author Chloe Timms talks about her dystopian novel, The Seawomen. She gives some top-tips to aspiring writers and talks about managing her writing career while juggling her care needs and all the disability life admin that goes with it. Produced by Keiligh Baker and Emma Tracey with thanks to Elizabeth Hudson Recorded and mixed by Dave O'Neill The editors were Beth Rose and Jonathan Aspinwall
Something's rotten in Hollywood - and this time it's reports of an A-listers stinky behavior on set. Any guesses as to who? Plus, a young woman endures calls from the internet to amputate her deformed, but functioning arm, LA has a new bridge and a whole new set of problems and we watched the 1980 film, "The Blue Lagoon". Neither Anne nor Crissy had seen this film starring a 14 year old Brooke Shields. It has now joined our growing list of childhood films that didn't seem problematic in the 80s but are fairly horrifying to the 21st century eyes. Kudos though to young Brooke for her sewing skills - that gal somehow managed to create several island looks from just the clothes on her shipwrecked back. Anne and Crissy are taking a short summer hiatus to go on some much needed vacations. But we'll be back soon with more outrage! Thank you for listening - and take this time to catch up on episodes you may have missed. crissy & anne --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crissy-shropshire/message
This week, Katie and Crystal are joined by Jeff Davison, Park Superintendent at Morrow Mountain State Park. This group tackles a variety of topics including Crystal's recent hellbender surveying, the significance of Morrow Mountain and rhyolite, the history of Morrow Mountain State Park, the Hardaway Site and more! This podcast is brought to you by Montgomery Community College and Backcountry & Beyond.Learn more at montgomery.edu and shop more at backcountryandbeyond.comSupport the show
We reach the dreaded hospital scene! Amputations, blood on the staircase, tearful nurses, sloshing salt in a bucket... You can support the pod on Patreon or leave a tip on my Paypal at these links. If you do: THANK YOU.www.patreon.com/atomichobowww.paypal.me/atomichoboThank you for listening.Julie See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, co-hosts Sami (type 1) and Dobie (type 2) welcome Dr.Sandra Sobel, an endocrinologist to discuss ‘Diabetes Complications' and how to approach this sensitive, yet serious topic. Dr. Sandra dives into the different diabetes complications that can occur and discusses how to prevent these. Dr. Sandra provides an insightful and optimistic outlook towards managing diabetes and what to focus on as a diabetic. Tune in to hear more from this conversation with Dr. Sandra Sobel! C'est la vie, baby!Question of the pod: What diabetes complication do you fear most?Share it with us at:Instagram: @justmytypepod_Twitter: @justmytypepod_Tik Tok: @justmytypepod_Facebook: @justmytypepodHashtag: #justmytypepodThis episode of Just My Type is sponsored by The Diabetes App: a community platform for individuals living with all types of diabetes.For more information and to listen to more episodes check out our website:www.justmytypepodcast.comDisclaimerNothing expressed on the Just My Type podcast or on the Just My Type website is intended or should be interpreted or used as medical advice. You should always consult with a competent physician with respect to all aspects of your health and wellness.Ad Song: Just Smile by LiQWYDCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 — CC BY 3.0
TAA 036: Meet Jodie St. Clair from Learners and MakersToday I chat with Jodie from Learners and Makers. Jodie and her family are juszt about to start theri next big adventure: A journey that will take them all around the globe. And as always, Jodie and her family combine thier passion for travel with homeschool, and more into their everyday adventures of lifelong learning and joyful making. Learn more about Learners and Makers......on the Learners and Makers blog....on Instagram.on Youtube.------------For more information, visit The Active Amputee.The music - as always - is Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix) by spinningmerkaba (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/33345 Ft: Morusque, Jeris, CSoul, Alex BerozaTo learn more about The Active Amputee, check out the following linksThe Active Amputee BlogThe Active Amputee on InstagramThe Active Amputee on YouTubeThe Active Amputee on TwitterThe Active Amputee on LinkedInThe Active Amputee on Pinterest
Desai and Anahita Dua discuss highlights from a CME program on reducing thrombosis risks in patients with PAD post-revascularization. Claim credit: https://bit.ly/3QTpBt6. Supported by an educational grant from Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC.
Recorded in the Spangler Barn, author Ron Kirkwood joins LBGs Rick Shroeder, Fran Feyock and Matt to talk about the putrid, bloody, gory, fly-infested, stench-drenched, rained-out aftermath of the battle from a medical perspective. If you're interested in Civil War Medicine, you don't want to skip this episode! GettysBike Tours is celebrated it's 18th year on June 30 and they appreciate your listening to Addressing Gettysburg. As a reward, you can get 15% off your tour when you call 717-752-7752 to book a tour today. (Discount does not apply to rentals-only.)
After discovering that college was not a good fit, Travis Mills joined the Army and became a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division. He then went on three tours of duty to Afghanistan. On his third deployment, in April 2012, Mills was severely injured by an improvised explosive device and required the amputation of all four limbs.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Mills walks us through the intense combat he saw in Afghanistan, his vivid memories of his injuries and recovery, the mental transition he went through from wondering why he survived to being excited about each new day, and his efforts to help other veterans recover and integrate back into civilian life.
Hero Police Sergeant Shot Multiple Times, Left With Paralysis and Amputations. Shot multiple times by a killer that was released early from prison. Kevin Holtry was left with paralysis from the waist down and amputations. Shatterproof for First Responders at FHE Health. Sometimes the Helpers Need Help. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Shot multiple times by a fugitive he barely survived. He and another officer on the team were shot by the suspect who was killed by backup officers. Retired Police Sergeant Kevin Holtry is our guest. A fugitive, who was released from prison early had shot multiple people and was on the run. As part of the Boise Police SWAT Team, now retired Police Sergeant Kevin Holtry and his team were searching for the suspect when he opened fire. He was left with paralysis from the waist down and eventually had both legs amputated. Kevin tells the story of the shooting and his powerful story of recovery from the incident and his inspiring life after. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Never miss out on an episode of the Law Enforcement Today Podcast, AND be automatically entered in all future contests. Simply subscribe to our free email newsletter, never more than 2 issues a week sent out. Click here and scroll down about halfway. Check out the Clubhouse: Drop In Audio Chat App for free. It is social audio, think of truly interactive talk radio. Be sure to become a member of our club for free, LET Radio and Podcast. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. In the Clubhouse app look for and follow @LetRadioShow. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show email@example.com. Be sure to Like and Follow us on Facebook. If you enjoy the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast, please tell a friend or two, or three about it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
'Bachelorette' season 15 and 'Bachelor in Paradise' season 6 alum Cam Ayala joins Sarah Hearon six days after he undergoing leg amputation surgery amid his decades-long battle with lymphedema. Hear all about Cam's next steps, how he feels about how the show edited his health journey and more. Plus, Sarah gives updates on the biggest Bachelor Nation breakups.
Is every part of your body truly your own? Most would say yes, but those suffering from Body Integrity Identity Disorder would say no, adamantly. Today I am digging into this rare and remarkable disorder which you've probably never heard of. What exactly is Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID)? Is it a physiological disorder, a neurological disorder, or simply a psychological disorder, if it is a true disorder at all? If someone has BIID, how ethical or unethical is it for a surgeon to amputate a perfectly healthy part of their body, at their request and with their profuse thanks? Does “do no harm” in such a case mean preserving the integrity of the person's physical body, or does it mean soothing the person's mind by altering their physical body in what most would say is a completely unnecessary way? I take a stab at these questions, some of which are far easier to answer than others, and throw in a quick walk-through of the amputation process just for perspective. I'm also bringing back a proper fairy tale straight from the Brothers Grimm for story time. Take a listen, and find out why there are some people out there desperately hoping to find a relatively safe way of removing one (or more) of their perfectly healthy, functioning limbs. See visuals for this episode on https://www.instagram.com/carolinesayang/ (Instagram)! Become a https://www.patreon.com/creeptastic (Patreon) of Creeptastic to access bonus weekly and monthly content! Contact me and find links to social media at https://creeptastic.com/ (Creeptastic.com)!
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Du lundi au vendredi, de 18h à 20h, « Rothen s'enflamme » est LE nouveau rendez-vous du foot ! Avec sa liberté de ton et sa passion, Jérôme Rothen lancera des débats enflammés avec sa Dream Team d'anciens joueurs. Il accueillera également les plus grandes stars du foot dans une ambiance de vestiaire entre chambrage et discussions passionnées. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
If you enjoy this podcast, please rate this show and leave a review! Even a few words can help. Just go to ratethispodcast.com/openloopsCan "conspiracy theory" be considered a work of art? Robert Guffey, author, researcher, professor, and lecturer at California State University--Long Beach joins Greg to talk about how his early awe at underground conspiracy theory literature led him to becoming an expert in the field. More importantly, it gave him the knowledge to deconstruct the entire Qanon phenomenon as a psychological operation like none other. If you never understood Q before, this conversation will blow your mind. Robert joins Greg to discuss his upcoming latest book (already praised by Alan Moore AND Mitch Horowitz), "Operation Mindf*ck: Qanon and The Cult of Donald Trump."PS. If you're not comfortable with swear words, well, f$%#k. Robert's Bio: Robert Guffey is a lecturer in the Department of English at California State University – Long Beach. His most recent books are Widow of the Amputation and Other Weird Crimes (Eraserhead Press, 2021) and Bela Lugosi's Dead (Crossroad Press, 2021). Guffey's previous books include the darkly satirical, apocalyptic novel Until the Last Dog Dies (Night Shade/Skyhorse, 2017), the journalistic memoir Chameleo: A Strange but True Story of Invisible Spies, Heroin Addiction, and Homeland Security (OR Books, 2015), which Flavorwire called, “By many miles, the weirdest and funniest book of [the year],” the novella collection Spies & Saucers (PS Publishing, 2014), and Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form (2012). A graduate of the famed Clarion Writers Workshop in Seattle, he has written for numerous publications, among them The Believer, Black Cat Mystery Magazine, The Evergreen Review, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Mailer Review, Phantom Drift, Postscripts, Rosebud, Salon, The Third Alternative, and TOR.com.Robert's Links: Pre-Order Operation Mindf*ck: Qanon and the Cult of Donald Trump from OR Books here.
A gifted runner raised in a remote Kenyan village, Marko Cheseto earned a scholarship to race for an American university and moved to Alaska in 2008. As his star rose on the track, Marko began to feel increasingly pressured and displaced, struggling with his own mental health. The struggle worsened when Marko's cousin and teammate died by suicide in 2011. Later that year, Marko went for a run having taken too many antidepressants. He lost consciousness in the snow for 3 days. Somehow, he survived, but his frostbitten feet were soon amputated. From his hospital bed, Marko didn't know if he would ever run again. In this episode of No Off-Season, Marko shares his harrowing story with Crisis Text Line's Natalia Dayan, a licensed social worker and therapist. He explains why mental health care needs more cultural sensitivity, the importance of spreading a message of hope, and what he's determined to achieve—beyond smashing records as a Para athlete—by sharing the most difficult details of his own experience.
Episode 1738 - ADL now says only whites can be racist. Coward Trudeau continues to hide. Supply side issues getting worse. Whoopi apologizes to guess who? Amputations increasing from clot shot. Virginia county mask tyranny continues. 70 year old gutsy grandma. Cloward Piven is almost complete. Plus much much more. Thought provoking show today.