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Air embolism in the brain a 42-year-old man with leukemia and fungal pneumonia (panel A) with was in a respirator after acute respiratory failure. Suddenly he coughed up blood and went into cardiac arrest. He was resuscitated, but CT-scan (panel B) showed a large amount of air in the blood vessels of the brain (air embolism). Cardiac resuscitation and mechanical ventilation (perhaps combined with the lung infection) were the likely cause of the air embolism in this patient.


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Gold Ribbon Hero Shelby F “Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Shelby beat Pre-B Cell A.L.L, but know is battling PTSD, Avascular Necrousis in both legs and has four knee surgeries to try and help, a scarred down lung from having pneumonia and a fungal infection to many times, memory and focusing issues from chemo, severe panic attaks and night terrors from the PTSD caused by battling cancer, and also has a service dog to help with the above issue including the knees.