Hi.. a couple of days ago, my young niece (18 mths old) was admitted to hospital due to becoming very limp, having a fever (38 degree celcius) and projectile vomiting (she couldnt eat or drink). The day before she had diarhearrea.
They couldnt find a vein (thou they tried a lot and left her all bruised by their trying) to give her intraveinous antibiotics.
The strange thing which was noted during getting her blood tests (my sister hasnt got any results back) was that her blood was all bubbling (frothy/bubbly) in the serringe as it was drawn (my sister never saw the blood in the test tube, just as it was being drawn). Two nurses commented to my sister that she'd never seen blood like this before (my sister had thought it was strange too). So my sister and i are wondering why someones blood would go frothy?
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