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14th Jun '17 5:34:01 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Defied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', where he tries to drunkenly perform one on Pam with a switchblade when she's going into anaphylactic shock. Even though she's dumb enough to gorge herself on soy-based fake seafood despite knowing she has a soy allergy, Pam ''is'' smart enough to know an unnecessary tracheotomy will just make things worse, so she fights off Archer's UnwantedAssistance long enough to grunt out the word "Epi-Pen," which is what she actually needed.

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* Defied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', where he tries to drunkenly perform one on Pam with a switchblade when she's going into anaphylactic shock. Even though she's dumb enough to gorge herself on soy-based fake seafood despite knowing she has a soy allergy, she's violently allergic to soy, Pam ''is'' smart enough to know an unnecessary tracheotomy will just make things worse, so she fights off Archer's UnwantedAssistance long enough to grunt out the word "Epi-Pen," which is what she actually needed.
14th Jun '17 5:33:27 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Defied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', where he tries to drunkenly perform one on Pam with a switchblade when she's going into anaphylactic shock. Even though she's dumb enough to knowingly gorge herself on soy-based fake seafood with a soy allergy, Pam ''is'' smart enough to know an unnecessary tracheotomy will just make things worse, so she fights off Archer's UnwantedAssistance long enough to grunt out the word "Epi-Pen," which is what she actually needed.

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* Defied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', where he tries to drunkenly perform one on Pam with a switchblade when she's going into anaphylactic shock. Even though she's dumb enough to knowingly gorge herself on soy-based fake seafood with despite knowing she has a soy allergy, Pam ''is'' smart enough to know an unnecessary tracheotomy will just make things worse, so she fights off Archer's UnwantedAssistance long enough to grunt out the word "Epi-Pen," which is what she actually needed.
14th Jun '17 5:25:43 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Defied in ''WesternAnimation/Archer'', where he tries to drunkenly perform one on Pam with a switchblade when she's going into anaphylactic shock. Even though she's dumb enough to knowingly gorge herself on soy-based fake seafood with a soy allergy, Pam ''is'' smart enough to know an unnecessary tracheotomy will just make things worse, so she fights off Archer's UnwantedAssistance long enough to choke out the word "Epi-Pen," which is what she actually needed.

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* Defied in ''WesternAnimation/Archer'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', where he tries to drunkenly perform one on Pam with a switchblade when she's going into anaphylactic shock. Even though she's dumb enough to knowingly gorge herself on soy-based fake seafood with a soy allergy, Pam ''is'' smart enough to know an unnecessary tracheotomy will just make things worse, so she fights off Archer's UnwantedAssistance long enough to choke grunt out the word "Epi-Pen," which is what she actually needed.
14th Jun '17 5:23:26 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Defied in ''WesternAnimation/Archer'', where he tries to drunkenly perform one on Pam with a switchblade when she's going into anaphylactic shock. Even though she's dumb enough to knowingly gorge herself on soy-based fake seafood with a soy allergy, Pam ''is'' smart enough to know an unnecessary tracheotomy will just make things worse, so she fights off Archer's UnwantedAssistance long enough to choke out the word "Epi-Pen," which is what she actually needed.
22nd Mar '17 2:31:06 AM Amon_Ra
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* [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20385693 This medical paper]] warns people [[DontTryThisAtHome not to attempt this at home]] with just any ball-point pen: Only few of them actually work.

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* [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20385693 This medical paper]] warns people [[DontTryThisAtHome not to attempt this at home]] with just any ball-point pen: Only only few of them actually work.
18th Jan '17 5:04:29 PM bwburke94
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* In ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', [[spoiler:Tattletale]] performs one [[SelfSurgery on herself]] in [[http://parahumans.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/interlude-23/ Interlude 23]] after [[spoiler:Perdition crushes her windpipe]].
* In ''Literature/{{Twig}}'', Sylvester gets an amateur one from Candida after he has his throat crushed by the Baron Richmond, and is, bizarrely, able to speak in a whisper afterwards-he explains that he's regularly on the receiving end of an ImpromptuTracheotomy from any number of sources (guard dogs, knives, burrower worms...) and therefore his doctors surgically altered his throat so he could continue to try to talk his way out of it with a slit throat.



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* In ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', [[spoiler:Tattletale]] performs one [[SelfSurgery on herself]] in [[http://parahumans.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/interlude-23/ Interlude 23]] after [[spoiler:Perdition crushes her windpipe]].
* In ''Literature/{{Twig}}'', Sylvester gets an amateur one from Candida after he has his throat crushed by the Baron Richmond, and is, bizarrely, able to speak in a whisper afterwards-he explains that he's regularly on the receiving end of an ImpromptuTracheotomy from any number of sources (guard dogs, knives, burrower worms...) and therefore his doctors surgically altered his throat so he could continue to try to talk his way out of it with a slit throat.
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6th Jan '17 7:02:27 AM SeptimusHeap
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There seems to be a trend in Hollywood. If a scene is falling flat, add someone choking. But the Heimlich maneuver is boring and over played (and honestly just looks ridiculous). Wait, I know! He's not really choking, he's suffocating! And that means, instead of the boring, [[FreudWasRight vaguely erotic]] reach-around of the Heimlich, our heroes get to slice someone open.

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There seems to be a trend in Hollywood. If a scene is falling flat, add someone choking. But the Heimlich maneuver is boring and over played (and honestly just looks ridiculous). Wait, I know! He's not really choking, he's suffocating! And that means, instead of the boring, [[FreudWasRight vaguely erotic]] erotic reach-around of the Heimlich, our heroes get to slice someone open.
30th Oct '16 4:23:56 PM foxley
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* Thor actually does this during Dan Jurgens' run, when he's masquerading as Jake Olson, showing that he retains the medical knowledge of Doctor Donald Blake.
* In ComicBook/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Slyssk needs to have one after being force chocked. It's mentioned that since he's a Trandoshan, his natural toughness and [[HealingFactor regenerative abilities]] will keep him alive when it would most likely still be fatal for other species.

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* ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'': Thor actually does this during Dan Jurgens' run, when he's masquerading as Jake Olson, showing that he retains the medical knowledge of Doctor Donald Blake.
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7th Oct '16 5:26:33 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* In ''Film/NancyDrew'', Nancy, much to the horror of others, performs this on a classmate who has a severe allergic reaction at a party (the classmate was "insanely" allergic to peanuts and had made out with a boy who had eaten a peanut butter cookie), and Nancy [[DontTryThisAtHome warns her guests beforehand to not try anything she's about to do unless they've had advanced medical training]] (which Nancy has presumably has had). The movie plays with the idea that Nancy is always CrazyPrepared for emergencies--and thankfully, she does manage to save her classmate.

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* In ''Film/NancyDrew'', Nancy, much to the horror of others, titular character performs this on a classmate who has a severe had allergic reaction at a party (the classmate classmate, according to a friend, was "insanely" allergic to peanuts and had made out with a boy who had eaten a peanut butter cookie), and much to the horror of the other partygoers--[[DontTryThisAtHome Nancy [[DontTryThisAtHome also warns her guests beforehand to not try anything she's she was about to do on their own unless they've had advanced emergency medical training]] (which Nancy has presumably has had).training]]. The movie plays with the idea that Nancy is always CrazyPrepared for emergencies--and thankfully, she does manage to save her classmate.
23rd Aug '16 5:38:12 AM tmustard
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* TruthInTelevision: One of the reasons UsefulNotes/FormulaOne fans remember the 1995 Australian Grand Prix is what happened during practice: Mika Hakkinen crashed very badly, and the medics had to perform a tracheotomy ''on the side of the track'' just to keep him alive.

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* TruthInTelevision: One of the reasons UsefulNotes/FormulaOne fans remember the 1995 Australian Grand Prix is what happened during practice: Mika Hakkinen crashed very badly, and the medics had to perform a tracheotomy cricothyrotomy ''on the side of the track'' just to keep him alive.



*** Conspiracy theories suggest FIA ordered paramedics to do it so he could be artifically "kept alive" so they could resume the race. In Italy, it's illegal to finish a race where a driver is killed.

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*** Conspiracy theories suggest FIA ordered paramedics to do it so he could be artifically artificially "kept alive" so they could resume the race. In Italy, it's illegal to finish a race where a driver is killed.
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