Conntecting the Dots

Observations from a Hospital ER

This week took an interesting twist when I landed in the hospital ER with chest pains. The activity around me matched that of a soap opera. I’ve written my observations here.

http://www.extantmagazine.com/observations-from-a-hospital-er/

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One Response to “Observations from a Hospital ER”

  1. Rory Moots

    A blockage in the heart blood vessels that reduces blood flow and oxygen to the heart muscle itself, causing pain but not permanent damage to the heart. The chest pain may spread to your arm, shoulder, jaw, or back. It may feel like a pressure or squeezing sensation. Chest pain from angina can be triggered by exercise, excitement, or emotional distress and is relieved by rest. `

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