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Re: Intubation and delisions alexandra_k

Posted by 90%there on August 20, 2014, at 16:22:59

In reply to Re: Intubation and delisions, posted by alexandra_k on August 20, 2014, at 14:53:40

> i think memories recede a bit with time. my past experiences seem... dreamlike now.

Yes most of last years episode seem like distant memories now. But memories nonetheless.

> there was something... they thought it was an anasthetic. i forget what it is called... they used it as an anasthetic anyway. and some of the patients, upon waking, said that they could hear what was going on in the operating theatre...

I couldn't only hear but often saw what seemed to be going on in the operation room (sealed by nothing but glass. Absolutely disgusting stuff, yet stuff which you would not put past what you can imagine must go on sometimes with freshly dead corpses, esp if they have a donar card or a relative signs an agreement to turn off the life support and use the dead patients 'parts'. You think they trolley them off somewhere else to do it?? When they think all the bed patients are not with it? LOL They just do stuff slightly out of sight but the noises are still there. Last year I called a nurse asking her to tell the docs to draw the dam curtains. They did but 2 late. Brain scoop I think. And within minutes of the guy's friend signing a form and leaving in tears. And this guy was chatting 3 days prior. Toxic brain damage I think caused by aluminium on the brain. I remember over hearing a discussion about chelation therapy failing.

>think they may have even said that they were suffering horrible horrible pain... but they were paralyzed.

Sounds exactly the same, but instead of pain it was delusions for me. Man, ketamine would have been alot better. And the fact that they dont tell you what they've given you (if anything) makes u feel more insane, like being spiked with LSD or DMT. No knowledge of drugs/meds so all is real. Safe according to the monitors. Could really mess someones mind up tho. What about actual schizophrenic, severly depressed or bipolar patients? Wonder if they get same treatment, just perhapse with mega-doses of APs and amnesics or alternatives reserved for these sufferers. Hope so.

> and of course the docs told them not to be silly or somesuch.


> until (fairly sure i'm remembering this correctly) a doctor needed surgery and when he said that it paralyzed him rather than anesthetising him... they believed him.

> power, eh.

lol right! Who's gonna question a doc with a PhD getting thousands a week?
Thanks for that contribution. Very interesting!





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