hahahahhahahahhehe, we are laughing loud three people here now.<quoted text>If you charted me with a " blood cloth" in my gastrocnemius (or any other muscle) I'd sue you for malpractice, since you probably left it in there in a misguided attempt to perform an emergency tracheotomy.
Please stop the act - it's obvious you're no doctor. MAYBE a janitor who works in an ER setting.....but you don't seem smart enough to be able to distinguish trash from biohazard.
First of all, I am NOT talking about a muscle blood clot, but a DVT in the veins by the gastrocs. So far so good. Then you say I would have left it in the gastroc to do a trach?? Are you for real? Did you see the OR's I put there. Then tell me how I can trach someone through the calf? Even YOU don't honestly think I would have made something THAT stupid up. Unless you have no clue what medicine is about that is.
Distinguishing trash from biohazard is not somethign I spend too much time with. Such things are left for all the "quality control" RN's (that don't see patients) to nit pick about.
Finally, I am not asking you to believe me, not at all. I am merely using my own situation as an example for my interpretation of the situation. I think I have some clout, having been in this game for a while and where I work it is NOT Chicago99% land, we got our owen minds.
I am looking forward to the challenge of convincing you and other libs that I am indeed an MD. I will never expect you guys to admit you think I am, but I probably wil be able to sense from your posting that you do indeed believe so./.