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    FWIW, still a lot of febrile/coughing patients...

    FWIW, still a lot of febrile/coughing patients testing negative at my work. There is another bug out there, or we're just sucking at the timing of our tests.
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    I started that in 2017, minus the tequila.

    I started that in 2017, minus the tequila.
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    Accurate and agree, but I hope people who are...

    Accurate and agree, but I hope people who are immunocompromised don't think a simple mask is protecting them, it's not. Should obviously have N95 or similar.
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    Yes, I saw a handful of covid patients last week,...

    Yes, I saw a handful of covid patients last week, some unvaccinated, some 2nd infection, none had pulmonary burden, all were old enough to have not done well last fall.

    Hamsters don't always...
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    And a giant hole in the ground, dry water tables,...

    And a giant hole in the ground, dry water tables, and contaminated water left over. Lithium isn't the end game.
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    Nobody wants to get sick, but what do you...

    Nobody wants to get sick, but what do you suggest? The risk is super nominal for the vast majority of people. Do we halt life for the small percentage with higher risk? What’s the ethical answer...
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    It’s different. Things are better. We have open...

    It’s different. Things are better. We have open beds, people aren’t on vents, we’re not up all night. Trust me, this is playing out across the country. It’s a different game. I live/work in low vax,...
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    Maybe so, but covid has been a non-event since...

    Maybe so, but covid has been a non-event since about early February in my work (ER). No admits, minimal pulmonary burden, people being admitted “with” not “for” in many cases. Totally different...
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    I don’t drink alcohol anyway. Too old to feel...

    I don’t drink alcohol anyway. Too old to feel like shit from that too.
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    Just bought this, qualifies for 25D tax credit at...

    Just bought this, qualifies for 25D tax credit at 26% and the Montana $1000 tax rebate. 77% HHV efficiency.
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    When I had giardia the Flagyl seemed worse than...

    When I had giardia the Flagyl seemed worse than the parasite. Amazing how when you take a med you so often prescribe, you learn things that make you pause.
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    Typical viral upper respiratory infection stuff,...

    Typical viral upper respiratory infection stuff, not exclusive to covid.
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    I have read anecdotes of Pax possibly helping...

    I have read anecdotes of Pax possibly helping PASC, but I wonder if there is some placebo involvement? Same was said for PASC after vaccine roll-out, but you don't here much of that anymore, or...
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    Have you considered any sort of work-up, versus...

    Have you considered any sort of work-up, versus just steroids without workup, and now Paxlovid without workup? I know recent research of PASC has rarely showed any positive findings on routine...
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    Sorry to hear that Cono. FWIW, one of the...

    Sorry to hear that Cono. FWIW, one of the primary non-urgent complaints I see with covid since January is bilateral ear pressure/serous effusion. Like almost everybody. Obviously we don't know the...
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    River jump the bank on that one?

    River jump the bank on that one?
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    Pretty neat disappearing/reappearing magic trick.

    Pretty neat disappearing/reappearing magic trick.
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    As pictured, poorly. That rig would climb...

    As pictured, poorly. That rig would climb snowmobile/forest roads in 2+ feet of snow, but wouldn't in "bottomless". Certainly NOT a substitute for a sled. The tracked UTV I have is much lighter...
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    Been there, done that, when I was a Utard. ...

    Been there, done that, when I was a Utard. Pretty good price though, considering just the tracks I have are $5,500.
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    Agreed. On the way back I was getting worse MPG...

    Agreed. On the way back I was getting worse MPG than my 250hp boat in AK when I lived there. 5 fucking miles per gallon with a headwind, truck camper, trailer. Cussing the entire way.

    Need an...
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    Perhaps drive a little further to the Bighorns,...

    Perhaps drive a little further to the Bighorns, quite plump up there, but a longer walk.
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    But per CDC guidelines, please "beat it" six feet...

    But per CDC guidelines, please "beat it" six feet away from your dude friend to avoid the POX!
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    Timber creek and Swiming Woman creek...

    Timber creek and Swiming Woman creek area….weather was crap, but worth going back for spring skiing or summer hiking.
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    Exploring random mtns in central Montana. 417670

    Exploring random mtns in central Montana.
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    Spent a rainy weekend exploring the Big Snowy...

    Spent a rainy weekend exploring the Big Snowy range. Pretty easy access and cool 2,000-2,500 ft vert. Hope to get up there next spring. Non motorized access is pretty easy.
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    Most of the long covid I’ve seen has been...

    Most of the long covid I’ve seen has been mesenteric lymphadenitis mimicking appendicitis in youth six weeks out, some gnarly pulmonary fibrosis, and one case of crazy MIS-A.
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    I believe there is nuanced pathology in long...

    I believe there is nuanced pathology in long covid, but point of study was routine tests (and some not so routine) offer little regarding elucidating pathology in ambulatory setting. You won’t get...
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    I’m not into debating statistics, so who knows...

    I’m not into debating statistics, so who knows why people were offended. Results mirrored clinical picture I see with the handful of long covid complaints. Some have pulmonary fibrosis (few),...
  29. Thread: Monkey Flu

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    Doesn't everything spread like wildfire in...

    Doesn't everything spread like wildfire in daycare? Daycare employees probably have the most overworked immune systems on planet earth;)
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    Was recently long covid study published that ran...

    Was recently long covid study published that ran all routine test, and some non-routine, that would typically be carried out in primary care setting and/or pulmonology/cardiology. Conclusion =...
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    There's no angst. Typing on TGR does not offer...

    There's no angst. Typing on TGR does not offer inflection and things are taken out of context.

    My view is from clinical picture. Still have seen very low disease burden from a pulmonary/ARDS...
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    Holy crap, you mean business. Never heard of...

    Holy crap, you mean business. Never heard of nasal irrigation with baby shampoo! Can you smell it, or did the covid crush your olfactory nerve:)

    6 weeks out from Moderna #4 with symptomatic...
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    Jump through the hoops.

    Jump through the hoops.
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    Poll: I've worked in plenty of ERs with cops/guns, one...

    I've worked in plenty of ERs with cops/guns, one entrance, metal detectors, and big scary attack dogs. Same in court system when my wife worked fed probation. One entrance, two cops with guns,...
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    Poll: Societal decay in this country has been ongoing...

    Societal decay in this country has been ongoing since the 1940's. I see little hope. I have a 10 yr old, makes me want to puke. Also have bolt action rifles, a couple shotguns, a Glock 20, grew up...
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    Saw my 2nd covid patient in MONTHS......family...

    Saw my 2nd covid patient in MONTHS......family wanted patient to get checked out. Day 8 of illness, doing absolutely fine. 80+ yrs old, triple mRNA vacc, no 4th shot. Lung ultrasound really...
  37. Thread: Monkey Flu

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    Wonder if kids are more affected in Africa. ...

    Wonder if kids are more affected in Africa. Dying of dehydration, etc.
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    Summit, where were the deaths? Africa? No deaths...

    Summit, where were the deaths? Africa? No deaths reported by Euro CDC.
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    Case reports in the media continually say "A man...

    Case reports in the media continually say "A man in his 30s, a man in his 40's, a man.....". At present, sure seems to point towards MSM community. Probably has jumped out of that demographic...
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    Excellent and often overlooked advice!

    Excellent and often overlooked advice!
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    Covid hospitalizations...

    Covid hospitalizations 50-64..............interpret that however you want. But I bet 90% of the hospitalizations are very near the top end of the age spectrum in this graph.
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    Yes, and I quote “viral samples were nebulized...

    Yes, and I quote “viral samples were nebulized into a chamber at 20psi”…….they were not attempting to replicate the potential of a human to create monkeypox aerosol, they were testing its ability to...
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    There was one study that suggested that, but the...

    There was one study that suggested that, but the study used an aerosol generating machine to see if they could indeed aerosolize it. There was an outbreak of 70 or so cases in 2003 in the US, and...
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    We’ve had some Flu A positive past week. Often...

    We’ve had some Flu A positive past week. Often early rapid tests will be negative for first 1-2 days of covid.
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    I had it in January and felt like ass for two...

    I had it in January and felt like ass for two weeks….then just generally pathetic for a couple more weeks. Your grandma is Paxlovid eligible if under five days since onset. (Dosing based on renal...
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    I lived in that camper for several months when I...

    I lived in that camper for several months when I lived in AK. Border was closed, I lived in Juneau, flew up to Anchorage and rented same camper several times. Drove it all over AK, dirt roads,...
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    Yeah, about that.

    Yeah, about that.
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    Yeah I’ve climbed all over the state back in...

    Yeah I’ve climbed all over the state back in early 90s when I lived in Bozeman. Wanted to drag family up the Wedge maybe next summer. Kid needs to age a bit first. I used to live in Hyalite whenever...
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    Thx will do. Took 8-10 yrs off climbing,...

    Thx will do. Took 8-10 yrs off climbing, otherwise was primary focus of my life. Just trying to introduce it to my kid and have fun. No longer obsessed.
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