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Terre Haute, IN

Haunted Indiana: Orville Lynn Majors, angel of death

My knowledge comes from being a nurse long before these incidents occurred!  (Dec 4, 2012 | post #45)

Shelburn, IN

Shelburn town board

Shelburn doesn't need a bunch of bitchers, it needs people that are willing to put the effort forth to make it better. Someone to enforce the ordinances, a town Marshall that doesn't turn a blind eye and citizen that give a damn about the community they live in.  (Dec 1, 2012 | post #33)

Terre Haute, IN

Haunted Indiana: Orville Lynn Majors, angel of death

Go on with you wanna be knowledge about potassium....No matter what prescription dose you have of it, it is measured in milliEquivalant (mEq)  (Nov 30, 2012 | post #43)

Terre Haute, IN

Any women feel neglected during hunting season?

Hell NO.....it's my mini vacation! He's happy, I'm happy, it's all good......lol  (Nov 16, 2012 | post #48)

Terre Haute, IN

Why does CPS let homeless mom's keep there kids?

sounds to me like someone doesn't like someone....if a child was repeatedly brought to a hospital with suspicious fractures, the hospital is the 1st ones to report you. and if she is abusing her kids, Shame on you for knowing it and not doing something about it! If they are truly in danger, you call every stinken day, not once a month!!!!  (Nov 16, 2012 | post #9)

Terre Haute, IN

Haunted Indiana: Orville Lynn Majors, angel of death

Let me add that a lethal dose of KCL aka Potassium Chloride would leave the patient with seizure like activity...severe muscle twitching. Homework my behind....KCL comes in prefilled syringes. And it's not given in mg (milligrams) it's given in mEq (milli equivalents). And, syringes come in cc/ml not mg.  (Nov 16, 2012 | post #34)

Terre Haute, IN

Haunted Indiana: Orville Lynn Majors, angel of death

ok, here's my opinion......1st of all, LPN's can not push IV meds in a hospital setting! 2nd, Lpn's don't typically work in ICE, and never alone and 3rd, all of these patients were ICU...meaning they were very ill to start with, HELLO! I feel for the families of the deceased and understand they needed answers and closure. This taken from an Indy news article..."Me dical experts testified that the seven deaths could have been caused by overdoses of potassium chloride, which stops the heart and leaves no chemical trace" if you were going to inject someone with something to kill them, why would you do it with a witness? Why would the hospital wait so long to trend why their death rate tripled that year? To many loop holes and grey areas!!!  (Nov 16, 2012 | post #33)