A suitcase or suitcases accompanying an elderly or special needs person to the Emergency Department or other hospital waiting room. A sure sign that someone has abandoned the poor individual to the care of healthcare professionals and Society. Named after the world's largest luggage manufacturer producing hardshell luggage honoring the Biblical strongman "Samson."

People presenting with Samsonite's Sign require a great deal of care and are often abandoned by overly tired caregivers. Presently, there is no cure for Samsonite's Sign but many community groups are developing respite care programs for caregviers.
Example: On average, 2 out of 5 patients arrived with Samsonite's sign.

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