ï»¿The clock test also helped explain another aspect of my illness that had largely been ignored: the numbness on the left side of my body that had since become a long-lost nonissue. The parietal lobe is also involved in sensation, and malfunction there could result in a feeling of numbness. 25Another surgical ICU nurse: The flashlight episode is described by Lori Budo in her book,Katrina Through Our Eyes:Stories from Inside Baptist Hospital (Lexington, KY: CreateSpace, 2010). Budo wrote in an introduction (p. 9) that her book was a“fictionalized account of the ICU staff and their families, based on their experiences after Hurricane Katrina […] I wrote about the people I know and love; these are our stories.” The names in the book, except for Budo’s and Cathy Green’s (in a concluding essay, “The Baptist”) are fictionalized, however the details track well with other sources and interviews, and some material is therefore used here, as described in these Notes. The author made several requests to interview Ms. Budo throughout the process of researching these events, and contacted her prior to the publication of this book to confirm the stories and other details about her; however through her attorney, Edward J. Castaing Jr., she declined to talk. “the fat streams…”: Magnus-Levy 1907:164. “small component…”: Benedict 1915. Nutritionists insisted: Cahill and Owen 1968; Newsholme and Start 1973: 212–13. “fragmentary information…”: Castelli et al. 1977. See also Hulley et al. 1972.