Very good!! From a RN and a MG client! Thank You! :)
This is important information for all nurses to know. I am having my students listen to this as part of the curriculum for my course. Thanks very much.
I presented to ER with breathing symptoms and given zithromax and then crashed into an MG near crisis. After a week in hospital with no diagnosis went to a different ER and was immediately diagnosed with MG So this is incredibly important info for ER personnel to have.
Being an Respiratory Therapist & an MG patient, it is very important to get this info to ERs & First Responders as most don't know what MG is.Its hard to explain your problem , when you can't swallow or talk because your tongue won't work
As an a person w/ MG this is excellent information to pass on to friends, family and medical personnel! Thank you :)
I have MG and am a MG Support Group Facilitator in the Rio Grande Valley, TX.
MG awareness and education will prove that MG is NOT RARE, just not reported nor diagnosed. I have found the neither the general public and 99% of medical professionals in this area are totally clueless about MG!! I am presenting this to our support group and enlisting all to help get this video information to EMTs and all other medical professionals!!
I am an R.N. currently caring for a twenty something with newly diagnosed MG. Very applicable infor for my situation. Thank you.
Excellent. Currently undergoing investigation of MG. Very informative.