Just finished reading Every Patient Tells a Story which illustrates how all too often we as physicians rely on test results rather than actually listening to and examining our patients. This morning I was called to see an elderly woman who was transferred in by helicopter from an outlying hospital where she had been admitted after a fall. She had injured her shoulder and was scheduled for surgery later today, but the computer-generated interpretation of a routine pre-operative ECG incorrectly stated that she was having a heart attack, or STEMI, prompting the emergent (and unnecessary) transfer.
Swam at Nitro with Tom and Eric, next to Steve, David, Lynne, Greg, Ron, and Kirk. Clint coached.
400 swim, 200 kick, 400 swim
3 x 400 @ 4:00 "easy", averaged 3:50
500 kick, no fins
5 x 200 @ 2:30, made 4 of them