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Shawnee, OK

st. anthonys hospital in shawnee

The Doctor probly grew up a lil sissy, lol..  (Oct 31, 2014 | post #2)

Oklahoma City, OK

Gun Laws - Oklahoma City, OK

Take away guns and only criminals will have guns..  (Mar 5, 2013 | post #85)

Prague, OK

Gay Marriage - Prague, OK

Hell No!  (Dec 2, 2012 | post #86)

Prague, OK

Gay Marriage - Prague, OK

God Doesn't Make Mistakes! http://www.jesus-i %20in%20America/So domy/rachel_maddow -satan_sign-50.jpg Rachel Maddow, self-proclaimed “butch” with a girlfriend of over 10-years. Maddow says she went public about being gay at age 17 and is proud of it. As you see in the above photo, Maddow is a devout follower of Satan. America is being taken over by lesbians! We hear much nowadays from the homosexual community about being “born gay.” TV talkshow hosts, the newsmedia and medical professionals have bought into the deception that some people are naturally born HOMOSEXUAL and can't help it. Nothing could be further from the truth. To say that some people are born homosexual is to say that God makes mistakes. If God creates a man (with a man's reproductive organ), but that man has God-given natural sexual desires for another man, then God made a mistake. The Bible plainly states in Genesis 1:27, "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." http://www.jesus-i %20in%20America/So domy/born_gay.htm  (Dec 2, 2012 | post #85)

Shawnee, OK

Shawnee Ok Based Trading Post..

Bump: Hosted forums are ready to index your items @ http://lorethayoun php  (Dec 30, 2011 | post #2)

Mounds, IL

shawnee community college trustee's

Makes me want to take a shit. Thanks for the info...  (Dec 26, 2011 | post #8)

Searcy, AR

Searcy Boom

Probably someone with exploding targets. We have a neighbor that sells it. He sometimes blows us off our chairs _and_fire/x1869749 574/Explosion-repo rted-in-north-Shaw nee maybe their practicing to blow someone up soon. I wish it were illegal, but it's not..  (Dec 25, 2011 | post #18)

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Prove there's a god.

God created humans in His image and humans are the only creature on the planet that are able to love, create and reason. This rests my case.  (Dec 25, 2011 | post #418203)

Shawnee, OK

Merry Christmas, Everyone !!

Merry Christmas and Have a Happy New Year!  (Dec 25, 2011 | post #7)

Shawnee, OK

Shawnee Ok Based Trading Post..

I've had this domain for over a year now. It has only hosted a few html pages. It has alot more bandwidth than is used. So I decided to install a free trading forum located at http://lorethayoun php I am the Admin, so if there's any problems, mail me about it. I'll be around in a bit, since it's not the only forum I edit. Intro yourself if you want. Feel free to post anything legal and civil. Let me know about any additional forums to install, that may be useful to the central Oklahoma community. If for the rest of the year I find the forum being used enough, I'll consider to continue hosting it. These forums cost you zilch! It's just alot of unused webspace.Pass it along.......  (Dec 25, 2011 | post #1)

Shawnee, OK

2011 Really Sucked

2011 has been one of my shittiest years yet!  (Dec 25, 2011 | post #16)

Huntsville, TX

Holiday Spending - Huntsville, TX

Buying Chinese Junk just isn't my thing anymore.  (Dec 14, 2010 | post #1)

Wal Mart Stores

21 Year Wal~Mart Veteran Survives Thoracic Abdominal Aort...

Loretha Young is a 76 year old white female with a past medical history significant for hypertension, TIA in 2005, and thoractic abdominal aortic aneurysm diagnosed 5 years ago, who was admitted to St. Lukes Hospital, Houston, Tx. on Sept. 10th, 2010, after having been presented to Oklahoma Heart Hospital, South Campus with chest pain. A CT of the chest at the outside hospital revealed aortic dissection, so patient was then transferred emergently by EagleMed to St. Luke's Hospital for a higher level of care. On Sept. 10th, 2010, patient underwent thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm type 3 dissection repair by Joseph S. Coselli MD of the cardiothoracic surgery service. Patient's postoperative course was complicated by left true vocal cord paralysis for which she underwent thyroplasty on Sept. 29th. Loretha underwent the procedure with no complications and was transferred to the cardiovascular recovery room in stable condition. She remained intubated on the first day recieving F102 at 60%. She had two chest tubes. One put out 130 and the other put out 10. She was on Cardene drip as well as a nitroglycerin and Nitpride drip. She was allowed to wake up, and she was able to be alert. On postoperative day one, patient was able to be weaned off the vasodilators and the sedation. Her maximum temperature reached 101.1 degrees F. and she was able to be extubated on the morning of Sept. 12th. The cerebrospinal fluid drain was clamped that day, and the pulmonary artery catheter was removed. Later on that day after the patient's CSF drain was discontinued and Swan-Ganz removed, the patient had to be re-intubated due to respiratory insufficiency. She also was in afib, and this was controlled with weight-controlled Metoprolol. She also had hypotention that responded to a fluid bolus. On post operative day #2, patient was hemodynamically stable, was intubated on SIMV with F102 of 60%, the JP and one of the chest tubes were removed. On Sept. 13th, the patient had a temporary episode of bilateral leg weakness and then paralysis. The patient was given Mannitol and other measurements like increasing the oxygen to treat the spinal ischemia. Eventually she was able to recover her motor function in both extremities. She continued to be hemodynamically stable, and on Sept. 14th,the patient still remained intubated with P102 of 100%, hemodynamically stable with good urine output. The x-ray showed opacities in the left lung consistent with compression and possible pneumonia. On postoperative days #4 and #5 the patient remained hemodynamically stable with a stable H and H and with a good urine output and a good creatinine. The CSF that had been previously clamped was clamped and then reopened for management of the spinal ischemia was once again clamped on postoperative day #4. The On-Q pumps were discontinued, and the chest tube was removed. She continued to have pulmonary problems with a left sided contusion and possible pneumonia. The ABG showed an increased alveolar arterial gradient, and because of this extubation was postponed. On Sept 16th, at 11:00, the CSF drain was removed without complications. On postoperative days #7 and #8, the patient remained hemodynamically stable. The patient's F102 was weaned off to 40%. She had some anxiety overnight, and this was managed with Avitan. On Sept 18th, the patient was placed on CPAP and was started on tube feedings as well as Lovenox. On Sept. 19th, patient continued to be hemodynamically stable with a good urine output and a stable creatinine of 0.7. Patient was febrile with a temperature of 101.5. heart rate of 80's and 100's, blood pressure systolic between 90's and 140's anddiastolic between 60's and 70's. She was on CPAP at 40%, and her white count was 18.2. Vancomycin and Zosyn were started on the previous day for treatment of ventilator-associa ted pneumonia. Continued.. Visit Loretha's Website at http:www.lorethayo Sorry for the delay of this story, I've been very busy taking care of her.  (Nov 13, 2010 | post #1)

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