Valley - Hiccup (lyrics)
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Valley - Hiccup (lyrics)
processing.... Drugs & Diseases > Emergency Medicine Hiccups Updated: Dec 29, 2017 Author: Garry Wilkes, MBBS, FACEM; Chief Editor: Steven C Dronen, MD, FAAEM more...
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No medical training is required to recognize hiccups. However, persistent and intractable hiccups frequently are associated with an underlying pathologic process, and efforts must be made to identify causes and effects. The history should address the following:
The term hiccup derives from the sound of the event; the alternative spelling hiccough erroneously implies an association with respiratory reflexes. Brief episodes of hiccups, which often induce annoyance in patients and merriment in observers, are a common part of life. Prolonged attacks, however, are a more serious phenomenon and often pose a diagnostic dilemma. These attacks have been associated with significant morbidity and even death.
A hiccup bout is any episode lasting more than a few minutes. Hiccups lasting longer than 48 hours are considered persistent or protracted. [2, 3] Hiccups lasting longer than 1 month are termed intractable. The longest recorded attack of hiccups lasted for 6 decades.
Hiccups occur 4-60 times per minute until a certain number has been delivered. Typically, this is fewer than four or more than 30. The frequency is relatively constant for a given individual and varies inversely with arterial carbon dioxide tension (PaCO2). The loudness and rapidity of hiccups are unrelated. Hiccups are more common in the evening and may continue for a few waking hours. They occur most frequently during the first half of the menstrual cycle, especially in the few days before menstruation, and become markedly less frequent during pregnancy.
Despite centuries of contemplation, the exact pathogenesis of hiccups remains a mystery. Hippocrates and Celsus associated hiccups with liver inflammation and other conditions. Galen believed that hiccups were due to violent emotions arousing the stomach. In 1833, Shortt first recognized an association between hiccups and phrenic nerve irritation.
Persistent or intractable episodes are more likely to result from serious pathophysiologic processes affecting a component of the hiccup reflex mechanism. More than 100 causes have been described; however, in many cases, the cause remains idiopathic. [2, 3]
Hiccups can occur at any age. They may even be observed in utero; preterm infants spend up to 2.5% of their time hiccupping. Although hiccups occur less frequently with advancing age, intractable hiccups are more common in adult life. Females develop hiccups more frequently during early adulthood than males of the same age do.
A review of the literature (1990-2013) comprising 318 studies found a male predominance in hiccup patients, particularly when the causes were not related to the central nervous system or were unknown. 
Protracted hiccups often are associated with underlying organic disease and often induce social and emotional distress. Therapy must address causative and complicating factors of protracted hiccups. Complications of hiccups may include the following:
Sweet Evelinatraditional, adapted & arranged by Joel MabusWay down in the valley where the lily first growsAnd the wind from the mountain never ruffles the roseLives dear Evelina, my sweet turtle doveThe pride of the valley, the girl that I love
Williams arrived at the Andrew Johnson Hotel in Knoxville, Tennessee, where Carr checked in at 7:08 p.m. and ordered two steaks in the lobby to be delivered to their rooms from the hotel's restaurant. Carr also requested a doctor for Williams, as he was feeling the combination of the chloral hydrate and alcohol he had drunk on the way from Montgomery to Knoxville. Dr. P.H. Cardwell injected Williams with two shots of vitamin B12 that also contained a quarter-grain (16.2 mg) of morphine. Carr and Williams checked out of the hotel at around 10:45 p.m. Hotel porters had to carry Williams from the hotel to his vehicle, an Olympic Blue 1952 Cadillac Series 62 convertible, as he was coughing and hiccupping. Carr and Williams headed out of Knoxville from the Andrew Johnson Hotel via Gay Street to Magnolia Ave to 11w. At around midnight on New Year's Day, Thursday, January 1, 1953, they crossed the Tennessee state line and arrived in Bristol, Virginia.
In this context, then, the harrowing, anthemic "Five to One," sung by an obviously drunk Morrison (his voice cracks, he hiccups in the middle of a line, and he doesn't keep time with the band for much of the song) was particularly disturbing. As one fan later described his first experience with the song:
Beautiful weather, long trek. Amazing views of Popo. Stayed at Altzomoni hut (very nice - must get keys at Paseo de Cortes). Ayoloco hut still around. Republica de Chile hut does not exist. If climbing normal route, only option is Albuge de los Cien which is a tin covered structure which is overcrowded and dirty. Many camp but the entire area is a mess. don't expect to sleep inside the hut. better options are camping before the hut or up at the feet. You must bring all your water with you making the first part of the climb a bit tough. I was planning on a 2 day tour (1st day from Altzomoni to Albuge de los Cien and then summit next day) and carried up 9 litres of water plus other food and gear. Ended up summitting in one day but was glad for the water anyway. I found some trustworthy locals to watch my big pack while I hit the summit. Otherwise, leaving behind gear can mean trouble especially on a weekend.Compliments to a local climber, the original "pecho" summit is down off the first summit (with larger cross and other markings) across another glacier valley and the closest you can get to the "head". There is a smaller, cross here which may be snow covered. It is only about 10 - 15 minutes more but well worth it. From here you can see the ice wall route from the "head". Both "pecho" summits are after the Pico de la luna and Pico del Sol. Locals report that climbing the "head" is suspect due to robberies, etc. starting the climb from San Rafael as that area of the national forest is not guarded.See trip report for more details.
Beautiful day... slept a grand total of 0 hours the night before... with 75 camped in and around the hut we were woefully unprepared and paid for it dearly. The next morning while fighting exhaustion, diarrhea and stomach cramps we left at 4:30 and I somehow made it up to the rodillas in an hour and a half and from there on was relatively smooth sailing... a beautiful day, beautiful mountain and a marvelous sunrise... even Popo gave a little hiccup. The snow was very firm, styrofoamy and was easy to work up and down in... though you could tell I was one of the few who felt that way... one of the advantages to living in a wintery haven for most of my life I suppose... I truly love this mountain it offers so much to the eye and for an alpine experience... Orizaba is more one dimensional... simply up and up and up.. Izta has it all!
It's surprising to see a boarding title that manages to impress at the same show as Tony Hawk 3. Airblade has its own look and feel to make it different, though -- its texture work is actually a fair bit more detailed than Hawk's, although Airblade's framerate hiccups more often. The final version should of course not have so many such problems, and it'll include five characters and seven levels when it ships to Europe in the fall. Like all of SCEE's stuff, it's not confirmed in any way for the States, but common sense means it should come here some time or another. 041b061a72