My husband died 14 years ago due to mismedication. He was started on a new heart med. It made his heart stronger than it had been for years. However, they should have discontinued one of his other meds. It caused complications for months. He had 6 blood transfusions although no one knew where he was losing blood. His knees swelled up and he could no longer walk or stand. He finally went to the ER where the doctor there discovered that his potassium was so high his heart stopped beating on it's own and only his defribrillator which had some pacemaking capabilities was keeping him alive. The ER doc also figured out the drug incompatibility. He was admitted to the naval hospital. Three days later, with a potassium level that was still too high, they sent him home. Since everything tasted like ammonia he refused to eat or drink and died the next day. The whole time I was saying there was something wrong with that new medication but his heart was working so well that no one looked into it.
We are stardust, we are golden, and we got to get ourselves back to the garden.
Yes, I am crazy about feathered creatures. I have a dozen chickens, 3 ducks, 5 geese, and 2 parakeets.
Revise that number. Just got 14 new chicks and 5 turkeys.