By Jon-Emile S. Kenny [@heart_lung] “The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it.” -Oscar Wilde The Case A 76 year old woman without known medical comorbidity is ambulating along 7th avenue, rounding the corner where St. Vincent’s Hospital once operated. It is an exceptionally humid August afternoon and she has not been eating well because of the recent death of her beloved dachshund, Archie. She calls out that she feels faint, reaches out for a nearby brick wall and is overcome by a feeling of warmth. She then stumbles to the ground, breaking her left humerus. A passerby rushes towards her and finds her transiently unresponsive; she regains consciousness quickly and emergency medical services are activated.