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  • A common coaching cue I see from trainers is to tell their pregnant clients to avoid exercises that put them on their backs. This is a common myth in the fitness industry due to the fact that women CAN get light headed or dizzy in this position due to baby leaning against the vena cava nerve.
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But typically, when a mom feels this coming, she has enough time to roll to her side. We see huge benefits of training in a supine position (on the ground especially versus a bench) during classes because mom can typically access her diaphragm and deep core more easily in this position. If dizziness occurs, mom can simply roll to her left or ride side. If mom was elevated on a workout bench, rolling to her side due to dizziness but also as a way to get up off the bench (and avoid a “sit up”) is much harder. What is your favorite exercise that you do on your back that you maybe have been nervous to practice?
  • A common coaching cue I see from trainers is to tell their pregnant clients to avoid exercises that put them on their backs. This is a common myth in the fitness industry due to the fact that women CAN get light headed or dizzy in this position due to baby leaning against the vena cava nerve.
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    But typically, when a mom feels this coming, she has enough time to roll to her side. We see huge benefits of training in a supine position (on the ground especially versus a bench) during classes because mom can typically access her diaphragm and deep core more easily in this position. If dizziness occurs, mom can simply roll to her left or ride side. If mom was elevated on a workout bench, rolling to her side due to dizziness but also as a way to get up off the bench (and avoid a “sit up”) is much harder. What is your favorite exercise that you do on your back that you maybe have been nervous to practice?

  •  23  3  12 December, 2019
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  •  33  1  9 December, 2019
  • Make good wine choices this weekend 🍷 @venacavavinos
  • Make good wine choices this weekend 🍷 @venacavavinos

  •  77  7  29 November, 2019
  • Y este hermoso color púrpura es el Pantone de un vino directo de la tinaja de @venacavavinos en el estado más puro de evolución a un vino formado.
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  • Y este hermoso color púrpura es el Pantone de un vino directo de la tinaja de @venacavavinos en el estado más puro de evolución a un vino formado.
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  • Forensic learnings for yooouuu!!!! First up, bullet emboli. An embolism is something that obstructs a blood vessel. Usually it's a blood clot, but occasionally it can be something else. In rare cases that "something else" is a bullet. When someone is shot, typically the bullet lodges in the body, but in the case of a bullet embolus, the projectile gets into the bloodstream and travels with the flow of blood to wherever it feels like going.

This unfortunate scenario is important to be aware of in both forensic and emergency medicine. If there is an entrance gunshot wound and no exit wound, this indicates the bullet is likely still in the person. Imaging must be done to locate the bullet. If it's not where it's suspected to be, additional scans of the body should be perfomed.

These three images are case reports from "The Literature" (medical speak for journal articles). The good news is that all of the patients survived after undergoing surgery to remove the bullets.

#1: The Journal of Vascular Surgery describes the case of a 19 year old who was shot in the chest, then had a bullet migrate from the superior vena cava, through the right atrium of the heart, to the inferior vena cava, and finally into the iliac vessels.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S074152141002639X
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#2: The Brazilian Vascular Journal discusses the case of an 18 year old who was shot in the back. The bullet lodged in the 11th thoracic vertebrae. After 5 days in the hospital, his right leg became cold and turned blue(cyanosis). The bullet was found in his iliac artery.
http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1677-54492014000100058
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#3: Radiology Brazil reports a patient who was shot in the leg and had the bullet subsequently migrate to the left pulmonary vein.

https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Bullet-embolism-of-pulmonary-artery%3A-a-case-report-Yamanari-Mansur/95dc6fcdb38ade44050ad50bbce4b02a0daf0537
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#guns #gun #bullets #bullet #forensicscience #forensicpathology #radiology #forensicradiology #vascularsurgery #embolism #embolus #emboli #bulletembolism #ems #emergencymedicine #er #surgery #venacava #iliac #pulmonary #hemodynamics
  • Forensic learnings for yooouuu!!!! First up, bullet emboli. An embolism is something that obstructs a blood vessel. Usually it's a blood clot, but occasionally it can be something else. In rare cases that "something else" is a bullet. When someone is shot, typically the bullet lodges in the body, but in the case of a bullet embolus, the projectile gets into the bloodstream and travels with the flow of blood to wherever it feels like going.

    This unfortunate scenario is important to be aware of in both forensic and emergency medicine. If there is an entrance gunshot wound and no exit wound, this indicates the bullet is likely still in the person. Imaging must be done to locate the bullet. If it's not where it's suspected to be, additional scans of the body should be perfomed.

    These three images are case reports from "The Literature" (medical speak for journal articles). The good news is that all of the patients survived after undergoing surgery to remove the bullets.

    #1: The Journal of Vascular Surgery describes the case of a 19 year old who was shot in the chest, then had a bullet migrate from the superior vena cava, through the right atrium of the heart, to the inferior vena cava, and finally into the iliac vessels.
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S074152141002639X
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    #2: The Brazilian Vascular Journal discusses the case of an 18 year old who was shot in the back. The bullet lodged in the 11th thoracic vertebrae. After 5 days in the hospital, his right leg became cold and turned blue(cyanosis). The bullet was found in his iliac artery.
    http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1677-54492014000100058
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    #3: Radiology Brazil reports a patient who was shot in the leg and had the bullet subsequently migrate to the left pulmonary vein.

    https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Bullet-embolism-of-pulmonary-artery%3A-a-case-report-Yamanari-Mansur/95dc6fcdb38ade44050ad50bbce4b02a0daf0537
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    #guns #gun #bullets #bullet #forensicscience #forensicpathology #radiology #forensicradiology #vascularsurgery #embolism #embolus #emboli #bulletembolism #ems #emergencymedicine #er #surgery #venacava #iliac #pulmonary #hemodynamics

  •  905  14  26 February, 2018
  • After a few months of ownership I can now report these trainers have the spirit animal of the cat. No matter how much I adore them they make walking unbearable lol. Why do the ones you love hurt you the most? ⠀
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(Would still recommend 10/10 for street cred though. And if you like 18-20 yr old young men stopping you mid stride to ask which ‘colour way’ they are. To which I just say ‘uh Skepta’ 🤷‍♀️) ⠀
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Currently in my way to another weekend a with @no1fitnesseducation 💅 I have my PT level two exams tomorrow - welcoming comments to test me on my knowledge of the heart #VenaCava #Capillaries #Atrium #Ventricles 🌝 ⠀
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#theFFF
  • After a few months of ownership I can now report these trainers have the spirit animal of the cat. No matter how much I adore them they make walking unbearable lol. Why do the ones you love hurt you the most? ⠀

    (Would still recommend 10/10 for street cred though. And if you like 18-20 yr old young men stopping you mid stride to ask which ‘colour way’ they are. To which I just say ‘uh Skepta’ 🤷‍♀️) ⠀

    Currently in my way to another weekend a with @no1fitnesseducation 💅 I have my PT level two exams tomorrow - welcoming comments to test me on my knowledge of the heart #VenaCava #Capillaries #Atrium #Ventricles 🌝 ⠀

    #theFFF

  •  1,566  50  11 November, 2017