Paramedics turn to expired drugs due to shortages

Jul 12, 2012 Read more: WTOP-FM Washington

When paramedics ran out of a critical drug used to treat irregular heartbeats, the Bend Fire Department in Central Oregon dug into its stash of expired medications, loaded up the trucks and kept treating patients.

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HumanSpirit

Live Oak, FL

#1 Jul 13, 2012
Ions by using the United Common sense would tell you to begin weaning yourself off pharmaceutical medication especially the mind medication and Statin drugs. I would ditch the Nexium, prilosec, Reglan and heart medications too. There are websites that post shortages. The pharmaceutical industry has created a international control by using the United Nations. Further the medical established against the USA CONSTITUTIONAL a threat by medication using pain medication against the people. Drug tests for the investments of drug laboratories violate Constitutional rights of the people. The mental health industry also violates the Constitutional rights in the USA. THE RIGHTS TO PROTECT AND DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION AGAINST THE ENEMIES FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SHOULD BE ENFORCED. Corporations /businesses should not have the rights and entitlement of a person. Republicans are a danger to the USA.

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