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I am sorry but I don't understand your question. But I will say what you don't know CAN kill you. With a little knowledge, I have gotten people to the hospital in time because I recognized signs. The slurring my Dad had when he had a stroke. The nauseousness and arm pain my Grandmother had when she had her heart attack. The trouble with us older folks is that we get so use to little aches and pains we figure when something significant comes along it's just another passing thing. I actually drove with my friends father for 7 hours while he was having a heart attack. He kept saying. His "old football arm hurt" To get people to DO something about the signs is the problem. ER's are filled with people with splinters and other very minor injury's and the people who desperately need to be there :don't want to bother anyone' This is especially true when people live alone and don't have someone to recognize and 'force' them to get medical help. Good luck *Edit* Just heard recently that many inurjies are from tripping over pets. Who knew?