June 25, 2007 4:13 pm

ER experience

Filed under: Medical,Personal — ramsblog @ 4:13 pm

I happened to rush to the ER 3 days ago. We managed to go over to the Swedish ER nearby.  There was a reason why we “rush”ed to the ER. However, by the time I got to the ER front desk, i was fairly ok and was able to transact with the people over there. One thing I liked (unlike what i had heard) was there were 2 people came out from inside and asked who the patient was, I indeed said “it’s me” and went in. They asked me to lay down on the bed and asked several questions. I was like why did I come here – anyways, after the questionnaire, I was given a big doze of tablets and some water. Vitals were checked, etc etc

I was there for over an hour and a half. In the meantime, a doctor walked in – checked the vital signs again, enquired few things, i was feeling cold by then and much tired. Another Nurse came in and gave me 2 more pills and after few minutes – another person came in and said – we are sending you home. I was like – Wow! I am all cured now.

 however, my wife drove me home and all I remember the next morning was, I stepped in, climbed the stairs – the next i remember is I woke up at around 9am the next morning… not sure how I got on my bed, and how long I slept. It was well rested sleep at least 🙂



  1. What happened anyway ? finally what was told was the problem ?

    Comment by bachodi — July 1, 2007 8:02 am @ 8:02 am | Reply

  2. hmmm… ended up with house rest (pretty much bed rest) for almost a week.

    Comment by ramsblog — July 2, 2007 8:31 pm @ 8:31 pm | Reply

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