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Washington St. Grand ForksPrice: $30 cash check or creditAvailable online at WDAYcom Click on "WDAY Deals"*Online price is $35 with shipping and handlingThe Federal High Court Abuja on Monday adjourned until Aug 30 the suit challenging the Presidential Executive Order No 6 of 2018 on the preservation of assets connected with corruption and other related offences NAN reports The vacation judge Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu fixed the date to allow the plaintiffs exhibit the order which was the matter in contention as well as ensure that all other processes were regularised Counsel to the plaintiffs Mr Obed Agu told the court that he had not attach the order to the processes he filed earlier because it was in the custody of the defendants Ojukwu however asked him to apply for the said order and make it available to the court “If you want the court to determine the legality or otherwise of this order you have to present it to the court “It is an originating summons and so any document you want the court to determine must be made available to the court” Mr TA Gazali counsel to the defendants said that they were not hiding the order and that if the plaintiffs wanted a copy it would be made available to them The defendants in the suit are: the President and the attorney-general of the federation The plaintiffs Mr Ikenga Ugochinyere and Kenneth Udeze are in court to seek the court’s interpretation and determination of the Executive Order No 6 The plaintiffs are asking for an order of court setting aside and/or nullifying the provisions of the Executive Order No 6 for being unlawful unconstitutional illegal null and void They also want an order of injunction restraining the defendants from enforcing or giving any further effect to the order The Iron River woman had no reason to suspect it would happen to herAnd then it didThree times on May 26 of last year as her colleagues at St Luke’s hospital in Duluth labored furiously to save her life the unconscious Miller saw herself in darkness being drawn toward a warm comforting lightIt has changed her perspective Miller said on her work on her family on life and on life after death"I feel like I’m here to tell people that when you die it’s going to be OK and people who died before them they’re OK" said Miller 39 during an interview in the day surgery area at St Luke’s where she works "That transition was so awesome"’Gonna die’Miller’s journey to the edge of death began innocuouslyLast May 12 she underwent a hysterectomy It went well she said; she was coaching a T-ball team four days later But she started feeling short of breath with exertion Her mother a retired nurse suggested she get it checked outMiller didn’t With three young children to care for she had responsibilities she explained Besides she’s like other people in medicine she said who downplay their own symptoms"We tend to pooh-pooh things" Miller said "So unless you’re dying you’re not going in"She told her mother she was fine It was probably just low hemoglobin following the surgery and she just needed to take more ironOn the night of May 25 she suddenly knew it was much more serious than that"I’d bathed my kids and got them into bed and went down and sat down in a chair in the living room and I got this sudden chest pressure chest pain like: ‘Gonna die’" she recalled "Like impending doom that people talk about"She had no doubt about what it was After 16 years in nursing including work in the emergency room she knew that gynecological surgery puts people at higher risk for blood clots she saidThat can lead to a blockage in the pulmonary arteries to the lungs with symptoms including shortage of breath coughing chest pains — and in cases Miller had witnessed a feeling of impending doomShe knew Miller said that she had a pulmonary embolism which she often abbreviates as PE and that she was in grave danger Although there is a higher risk of PE following gynecological surgery it’s "very rare" for it to actually happen said Dr Melissa Miller an OB-GYN specialist at St Luke’s who is not related to Heather Miller and did not perform the hysterectomy on herNonetheless precautions are always taken to reduce the risk still further Melissa Miller said In the case of a low-risk patient such as Heather that would mean applying compression stockings to massage the calves and help prevent blood clots from forming in the veins of the patient’s legsFor whatever reason the very rare had happened in Heather’s case’I know I’m dying’The Millers live near the Delta Diner five miles outside of Iron River It takes her an hour to drive to work she said Volunteer emergency responders would have to get to their base in town before speeding to the Millers’ homeShe opened a door craving oxygen but the air was humid and it didn’t help She sat again and then feeling she was going to pass out lay on the couchIt helped a little"I’m sure my blood pressure stabilized but I was still going to die" she recalled "I knew I needed oxygen I knew I lived in Iron River Wisconsin and I knew at this point it was a PE"She hadn’t yet said anything to her husband Glen Now she did"At this point I know I’m dying and I was yelling at him to call 911 and trying not to freak out and trying to keep my composure" she said "I was just trying to stay alive which was very difficult"Glen Miller an insurance agent with a dry sense of humor tried to keep the mood light even as he seemed to be losing his wife he said Having recently completed a CPR class he said "Let me get my manual"The children came from their rooms alarmed One of the boys was crying Heather was careful not to mention "dying" in front of them she said but she thinks they heard her say that when they were still in their roomsIron River Ambulance arrived in 12 minutes an "awesome" response time given the circumstances Heather said An oxygen mask was applied but she still felt like she couldn’t breathe Along the way to Duluth she was transferred to Gold Cross AmbulanceGlen dropped off the kids at his parents’ and drove on to St Luke’sIn the ERThe attending physician in the emergency room was Dr Jonathan Shultz"It was immediately evident she was very ill" Shultz recalled in a phone interviewLike Heather he knew the symptoms and her recent surgery pointed toward a pulmonary embolism Shultz said He ordered a CT angiogram of her chest in which a dye is injected that will show blood clots But even before that took place he put her on heparin a drug designed to prevent blood from clottingThe image showed Heather had a sub-massive pulmonary embolism the second most critical kind he said Immediately he called the hospital’s interventional radiology department In existence at St Luke’s for only about six years the technology involves a quarter-inch incision in the patient’s leg said Dr Morgan Althoen the interventional radiologist who treated Heather Catheters are inserted and snaked to the heart and then to the pulmonary arteries They’re used to deliver "clot buster" medicines and a vacuum device is attached "to suck out clot as we fragment it" he saidBefore that was tried Heather was placed in intensive care overnight her condition being monitored Interventional radiology is a high-risk aggressive procedure Shultz said new enough that not everything is known about its effects Although it wasn’t his call Shultz said placing Heather in ICU to see if her body would start absorbing the clots was a wise decisionIn retrospect Shultz said it’s clear Heather wouldn’t have survived just with medicine She also wouldn’t have survived transfer to another facility That wasn’t necessary anyway he said because St Luke’s had interventional radiology availableA ‘last-ditch’ effortBy morning Heather’s condition was deteriorating She was wheeled into the operating theater met by a team that included Althoen and Dr Norman Boucher an anesthesiologist Both had worked alongside HeatherIn separate interviews both Althoen and Boucher said they had to put the thought that they were operating on a colleague out of their minds"Oh it hits you later" Althoen said "I mean we worked together for a number of years here Trying to go to sleep that night after the procedure you think ‘Wow I knew that person’ Thankfully I’ll still get to work with her"The fact that interventional radiology was called upon indicated how critical Heather’s condition was Althoen said"When I get involved in these cases at that point it’s either my specialty or nothing" he said "It’s kind of the last-ditch effort to try to save the patient’s life"His job was to remove enough blood clot to allow Heather’s heart to function Althoen explained The vacuum device on a catheter has been available only about a year and a half he said Without it in Heather’s case the job likely would have been impossible Just a decade ago he said there would have been no hope of saving Heather’s life regardless of where she was treated The technology simply didn’t existAs it was Heather was "very unstable" in the early going Althoen said Three times his patient "coded" meaning that "her blood pressure falls acutely to the point that it’s not compatible with surviving"When that happens "I have to stop working and let the anesthesiologist pound on her chest" he saidBoucher was applying all his skill to keep Heather alive"At the moment that Heather comes in you think there doesn’t seem to be a lot of hope here" Boucher recalled "But the initial response for me is . you’re going to try your damndest to do it but there’s a part of me that says ‘I don’t want to go through a failure I don’t want to go through another loss’ "Those failures haven’t happened often Boucher said but when they happen "they stick with you throughout your career"The short-term prognosis was grim"I have dealt with pulmonary emboli in patients before all of whom have died" Boucher said "This is the first time that I’ve seen a massive PE like this survive"’The best thing ever’Heather has no way of knowing she said but it makes sense to her that those three encounters with light corresponded with the three times she codedThe experience she said was exactly as many others have described but still hard to put into wordsShe was in blackness moving toward light at the end of a tunnel "But the thing about it was I knew it meant death and I really didn’t want to go into the light" Heather said "Even though it was awesome It was like the best thing ever . There was no pain there was no worry There was nothing It was so comforting But for some reason I didn’t want to go in"She felt she was given a choice Heather said and each time she pushed herself away from the light"Well the third time I got very close to going in because I wanted to" she said "Because it was super awesome And I was like ‘You know what Let’s go in’ But then right before I got in I was like ‘No I cannot And then nothing’ "’My poor kids’The surgery took hours Althoen said It didn’t remove all of the clots nor was it intended to It stabilized her to the point where her body helped by medication could do the rest of the workShe was unconscious in a ventilator and intubated — a tube into her trachea — for the next five daysHeather described the entire experience with calm enthusiasm becoming emotional only when it came to her children now ages 9 7 and 3 She teared up when talking about the days she was in the hospital away from them"My poor kids" she said "It was the end of school for them It was their last day of school I missed their field trip . And that was very hard for me as a mom"Glen Miller stayed by his wife the entire time the couple’s parents caring for their children and his parents filling in at his insurance office When Heather awoke he spent hours giving her drops of water through a tiny sponge She told him she had seen light at the end of a tunnel three times Glen recalled; he told her she had coded three times"I’ve never been skeptical about my wife what happened to her" Glen said "When she told me the story and I told her ‘You coded three times’ — it was kind of a weird coincidence"’It’s so real’The doctors interviewed for this story all have known of other instances of patients near death later reporting they had seen light at the end of a tunnel they said What it means is another question"Some people ascribe a religious significance" Althoen said "Less-religious people describe it as what it looks like when your brain is shutting down"Shultz has heard people’s near-death stories a number of times he said now as an ER doctor and earlier as a paramedic He is struck by how similar the stories are"Given the wide variability of human physiology or the way in which people die I find it hard to believe that there is a physical explanation for everybody having a similar experience" he saidThere’s no doubt in Heather Miller’s mind"I’m a Christian so I never once thought that it didn’t happen when people would tell me" she said "But now that I’ve been there it’s like omigosh it’s so real"Heather’s road since her near-death experience hasn’t been smooth She has been hospitalized several times racked with coughing so extensive that at one point she cracked a rib She has been to the Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota and the latter diagnosed her with vagus nerve damage for which she is being treatedHow that might have stemmed from Heather’s pulmonary embolism and her treatment for it is "anybody’s guess" Althoen said According to the literature on the subject "people come out of this with a variety of symptoms that we hadn’t really known before because most of these patients died before" he saidTo Heather the complications barely matter"Cool I’m alive" she said "If this is what I have to deal with OK it’s something I have to deal with"The experience has changed her attitude about work Heather said even though it already was a job she loved"I just have a different side of it now" she said "I feel like I’m more understanding"She also has found herself telling her story to people who needed to hear it: a nurse who started crying and then explained that her husband had died two weeks earlier; a patient whose grandmother had just diedGetting the story out is so important to her that in addition to her full-time job her two-hour daily round-trip and her family responsibilities Heather is working on a book about her experience she saidThe experience also has led her to an even greater appreciation of her family"Your job is important but your family is more" Heather said "My kids were almost without a mother We all know that happens And how sad I just can’t stress enough how important life is"Seeing their mother being taken away during the night in an ambulance and next seeing her in the hospital was understandably traumatic for the children Maddie the youngest often asks her mother if her belly hurts Heather said and doesn’t want her to go to work fearing she won’t come back from the hospitalThe oldest child 9-year-old Caden asked his mother if she had died because he heard that she had Heather said"And I did say ‘You know I did see heaven’ " she related "And it was awesome But I’m back"" More than 250 people have been tested.
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