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Old 04-28-2011, 12:56 PM
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Michigan Patient Emits Posion Gas

A Michigan hospital said a patient believed to have ingested rodent poison was found to be emitting potentially harmful gasses and has been isolated.

Lauren Jones, a spokeswoman for St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, said the man has been isolated in his room and is being monitored by Washtenaw County Hazardous Material Team workers, the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.

"The hospital is open and the situation is isolated," she said.

"Hazmat teams ... here are monitoring the levels of gas in the room; the levels are not at explosive or flammable levels," Jones said. "The air has been tested and confirmed for low levels. Hazmat teams are continuing to monitor the levels to ensure maintaining a safe environment; the level of gas in the room is only expected to improve."

Jones said she was unable to give any further details on the man's condition due to patient privacy laws.

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Old 04-29-2011, 03:34 AM
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Re: Michigan Patient Emits Posion Gas

are we talking about killer farts here?

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Re: Michigan Patient Emits Posion Gas

i emit my own poison gas sometimes.....ate a can of beans ansd sausages the other day, i couldn't even handle it myself

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Re: Michigan Patient Emits Posion Gas

So is the rodent posion releasing gas thru his pores?

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Re: Michigan Patient Emits Posion Gas

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So is the rodent posion releasing gas thru his pores?

That's what they are suspecting. If there is ever an update, I'll post it.

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That's what they are suspecting. If there is ever an update, I'll post it.
Their has to be more to this. He may be infected with a new strand of bacteria. This is like in the movies where a person gets infected and they have to isolate them, but it spreads anyways.

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Re: Michigan Patient Emits Posion Gas

No big deal, my hubby emits gas like that on a daily (sometimes hourly!!) basis

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Re: Michigan Patient Emits Posion Gas

I had a Polish friend and I had to put him in isolation after drinking a ton of beer and Kielbasa!

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Patient Emits Potentially Harmful Gas; Hazmat Called to Ann Arbor Hospital

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http://www.freep.com/article/2011042...Arbor-hospital

A patient who apparently ingested rodent poison and is emitting potentially harmful gasses has created a hazardous material situation at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor.

The man is isolated in his room in the medical intensive care unit on the hospital’s sixth floor, 5301 McAuley at East Huron River Drive, hospital spokeswoman Lauren Jones said this afternoon.

“The hospital is open and the situation is isolated,” she said, adding that she was unable to discuss the man’s condition or other specifics due to patient privacy laws. Traffic in that area is restricted to staff involved in direct patient care and Washtenaw County Hazardous Material Team workers, according to the hospital.

Joyce Williams, public affairs manager for Huron Valley Ambulance, said rescuers transported the man to the hospital either late Saturday night or early Sunday. But the hazmat team was called between 10:30 and 11 a.m. today when the man’s body began creating suspicious emissions, she said.

“They were doing air purity testing,” she said, adding that no further information was available.

The hospital issued a statement at about 2:30 p.m. today, dispelling rumors that the gas was potentially flammable.

“Hazmat teams … here are monitoring the levels of gas in the room; the levels are not at explosive or flammable levels,” Jones sent out in an e-mail. “The air has been tested and confirmed for low levels. Hazmat teams are continuing to monitor the levels to ensure maintaining a safe environment; the level of gas in the room is only expected to improve.”

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