Touring the Nation's Emergency Rooms - a thing of the past

Those of you who have been on this site for some time will recall that early on in my treatment I had some really significant adverse reactions to the CAPi; most of which were attributable to the fact that I didn't take the need to take charcoal or some other bile-acid sequestrant seriously enough and it landed me in a hospital emergency room on more than one occasion. 

Well, I'm just back from Indianapolis, IN, and I managed to avoid having to go to the Emergency Room.  That's probably just as well.  Most of the hospitals that I passed by on the way to my destination in the city, proper, looked like they had seen better days.  The hospitals in the suburbs looked much more up-to-date, but were probably too costly for me.

 

 

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And may you never see

And may you never see Cool another one! 

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

Youring the Nation's Emergency Rooms

I agree.  Although the little county hospital where my Father lives could certainly use an E.R. visit to pad it's bottom line. 

Still, other than my initial exacerbation, I haven't had anything approaching an exacerbation while I've been there.  And considering the number of fatal medication mistakes that hospitals make each year, I don't want to just go and "check in" as if it were a hotel. 

CAPi for M.S. 8/2007 - 3/2009.  Twentieth pulse metronidazolei + INHi completed 3/12/2009.  Intermittent treatment thereafter until 11/20/2009.  

Emergency rooms

...at least not until the combination of my weight, sedentary lifestyle, and stressful job conspire to cause a fatal heart attack.

CAPi for M.S. 8/2007 - 3/2009.  Twentieth pulse metronidazolei + INHi completed 3/12/2009.  Intermittent treatment thereafter until 11/20/2009.