I think this is the first time I’ve ever seen PIE in without trauma. The patient has bad colitis and I caught the pneumomediastinum on the inferior slices of the chest. Went back and scanned the chest and no visible esophageal perf, but lots of air.
I was not familiar with the term:
The Macklin effect: pulmonary interstitial emphysema and pneumomediastinum
I’m only used to seeing PIE in infants, but this is a rock solid demonstration of it.
THIS DEV UNIT IS RUNNING AS ROOT. DON’T DO THIS FOR YOUR REAL DEPLOYMENT. IT’S BAD SECURITY PRACTICE.
(I’m just too lazy to type sudo every time).
This is an update to the list of aliases included in the main post. I have set up a dev server on RPi and my instructions did were not previously complete.
alias config='nano ~/.homeassistant/configuration.yaml'
alias checkconfig='venv && hass --script check_config && cd ~'
alias venv='cd ~/homeassistant && source bin/activate'
alias hasslog='nano ~/.homeassistant/home-assistant.log'
alias customize='nano ~/.homeassistant/customize.yaml'
alias restart='sudo systemctl restart home-assistant@root'
alias status='sudo systemctl status home-assistant@root'
alias stop='sudo systemctl stop home-assistant@root'
alias start='sudo systemctl start home-assistant@root'
alias secrets='nano ~/.homeassistant/secrets.yaml'
alias ms='mosquitto_sub -h "127.0.0.1" -t "#" -v'
from oauth2client.service_account import ServiceAccountCredentials
scope = ['https://spreadsheets.google.com/feeds']
credentials = ServiceAccountCredentials.from_json_keyfile_name('creds.json', scope)
gc = gspread.authorize(credentials)
## Critical to share spreadsheet with service account
## If you don't you'll just end up with a not found error.
# Open a worksheet from spreadsheet with one shot
wks = gc.open_by_key("<<>>").sheet1
# Generate list with alphabet
alphabet = map(chr, range(65, 91)) ## Gives capital letters A-Z
print(alphabet) ## Just printing to make sure it's okay
for letter in alphabet:
for x in range(1,10):
wks.update_acell((letter + str(x)), ("Cell ") + letter +str(x))