I thought this was so funny that I had to share it with you guys.
Yesterday I attended a First Aid course at work. Everyone in our department must take it. At the end of the course we had a multiple choice checkout. One of the questions was as follows:
When AR (artificial resuscitation) is given to an infant, it is given mouth to __________.
c) Mouth and nose
When I read answer a), I couldn’t stop laughing. It created these strange images in my mind. After the test I mentioned it to another person and he didn’t even know what a stoma was.
Diagnosed in 2000 at age 43 with UC. Colon removed October 20/08.
Bad reaction to Asacol, Pentasa and Dipentum - can’t take any more 5ASAs.
Prednisone - worked well for 1 month, then side effects became unbearable.
6-MP - blood tests showed not metabolizing properly.
Corticosteroid enema, Flagyl, Ciprofloxin, VSL#3, Adacolumn Apheresis – no effect
Methotrexate with Remicade - 7 infusions with no improvement
Folic Acid and B12 injections.
Abatacept trial - no effect
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