Placebo Effect and Field Hospitals. #Scamdemic #Plandemic “I shall be pleasing”. #THESLOG #UKCOLUMN @FINANCIALEYES @JOEBLOB20 #COVIDPURPOSE @CLARKEMICAH #CONQUESTOFDOUGH @WIKI_BALLOT

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Steele (1891, pp. 277–8): “To argue with a man, and especially with a woman, that there is little the matter with them might be thought injudicious, and to advise them to return at a more convenient occasion requires more time and resolution than writing out a prescription or administering a placebo.”

Placebo Effect
You dip your hands into my flesh
And say you won’t reveal a scar
I must have faith in this procedure
It’s a miracle-It’s a wonder
A thousand hidden needles
In a thousand covered nerves
Stick pins in my receptacles
Look to your Voodoo doll-your mojo
Staying alive at five
For you to cure my ailments
Another soul is saved
With your bogus medications
What colour shall we have today?
Depends on how you feel I say
Consult your research on the media
See blue will calm my hysteria
Staying alive at five
For you to cure my ailments
Another soul is saved
With your bogus medications
Staying alive at five
With your empty containers
Another corpse ornaments your waiting room
Will you ever regret-the placebo effect
Can you ever forget-the placebo effect

“PLACEBO EFFECT”

The placebo effect, mind over matter, usually used in relation to the medical field, is the basis for this story of a hypochondriac who comes into the hospital with a bleeding finger and a nervous twitch. An intriguing look into what the mind can truly accomplish, this episode is one that redeems the 42-episode long series.

Pepper (1945, p. 411): “There may be a time when during the carrying out of diagnostic tests it is undesirable to give potent medicine lest it interfere with the tests and yet the patient must be encouraged by treatment…. There is a certain amount of skill in the choice and administration of a placebo. In the first place, it must be nothing more than what the name implies a medicine without any pharmacologic action whatever. Even a mild sedative is not a true placebo. Secondly, its name must be unknown to even the most inveterate patient who knows most drugs by name and is always quick to read the prescription. If the medicines named are familiar, the type of patient who needs a placebo will promptly exclaim that this or that drug had been tried and ‘had not helped me’ or ‘had upset my stomach’. It is well if the drug have a Latin and polysyllabic name; it is wise if it be prescribed with some assurance and emphasis for psychotherapeutic effect. The older physicians each had his favorite placeboic prescriptions – one chose Tincture of Condurango, another the Fluidextract [sic] of Cimicifuga nigra. Certainly this latter by its Latin name might be expected to have more supratentorial action than if one merely wrote for the Black Cohosh, and Condurango would be more effectual than sugar of milk.” Pepper’s assertion that a placebo “must be nothing more than what the name implies” – namely that it must be “a medicine without any pharmacologic action whatever” – in order for it to be called a placebo, is most significant.

Cochrane[39] “It is important to distinguish the very respectable, conscious use of placebos. The effect of placebos has been shown by randomised controlled trials to be very large. Their use in the correct place is to be encouraged. What is inefficient is the use of relatively expensive drugs as placebos.”

We have welcomed newly appointed Chief Nurse Eamonn Sullivan to his role

Chief Nurse Eamonn Sullivan

Served in Iraq and Afghanistan in the Army Medical Services Reserves and is a Florence Nightingale Leadership Scholar

newsagents at University College Hospital. An auction for the … Wardle, NHS. Staff College chairman (far right) and members of 256 Field General Hospital … age,” says Eamonn Sullivan, deputy chief … Northern Iraq and at Camp.

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THE DISCONNECTED ELECTORAL THERMOSTAT. HOW A @WIKI_BALLOT PRIMARY CAN PLUG YOUR COMMUNITY BACK INTO THE LEVERS OF POWER.

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Back in the 1980s, I did one year of my professional experience, to qualify as a chartered surveyor, working for the Shell UK property division. Based at 9 Whitehall, Opposite the Whitehall Theatre & around the corner from Horseguards parade and the Sherlock Holmes pub, which was our local.

 

I will walk before Hashem in the Artzot HaChayim (the Land of the Living). [T.N. Note that I can do that because Moshiach was cut off from there in my place and for my sins—Isa 53:8]

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