Tuesday, February 10, 2015
FEBRUARY 10 #1
The Mayor’s robot-tele spokesperson interrupted my lunch Monday, to warn me that it was too dangerous to be out on the icy streets and walks. Good advice especially if it did not involve Council.
Any comments I make about the February meeting will have to be based on third hand accounts. The Mayor and his chief of staff could do the public a service if they would post on the city site the city’s local TV cable station’s schedule; especially the time of the showing the Council meetings. I have repeatedly made that suggestion and there must be someone responsible to provide the info
Meantime Dawg and I caught up on needed sleep.
In my last blog I had made a cynical request for information about a so called “vessel sprain” an unlikely injury to a non-solid structure such as a ligament. I have received only one response to that question.
FYI, I had thought that what was meant was a small tear or contusion to a vein with clot formation. A tear to an artery would have been apparent immediately after the injury with increasing evidence of blood escaping into the soft tissues of the neck.
Of all the media only the NY Post remarked;” Multiple doctors unconnected to Lundqvist’s treatment told the Daily News the injury Lundqvist is describing more likely would be classified as a partial tear or leak of a blood vessel, since one does not “sprain” a blood vessel the way one sprains a joint.:”