doglover: Ouch. How do you deal with a kidney stone IN BED?Hang in there, brother. I hope you don't need surgery.
BronyMedic: BronyMedic has been dealing with a kidney stone for the last 12 hours, and is heavily medicated at the moment (WEEEEEEE! Better living through pharmacology). This is the first time I've been out of bed today.
Shadow Blasko: paging BronyMedic
Shadowknight: This is, unfortunately, a risk that happens. It's also why the good class II narcotics are usually locked in a tough to crack box in it's own locked cabinet. Sure, they can still get to them, but it's going to take them a bit.
Shadowknight: Are you talking between calls, or while on scene during the call? If you're talking between calls, then the medics you are running with are kind of stupid. The newer style turbo diesel vehicles really only require a moment or two to fire up, and just sitting there wasting fuel is just bad economics. I'll make some allowances for if you are positioned out in the middle of nowhere and need to keep warm, but if you work in a moderate sized city where you could just as easily park at a Denny's and go in for an up of coffee between calls, do that.
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