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While the news cycle is incessantly reporting on unsafe and unwanted vaccination of small children, our senior citizens continue to be the real victims of SARS-CoV-2 infection, and sadly many are still hospitalized after failing one of the vaccines and being denied early treatment.
To make matters worse, once hospitalized, the broad array of therapies used at home are not offered in the hospital, including vitamins and nutraceuticals, monoclonal antibodies, hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, doxycycline, azithromycin, budesonide, prednisone, colchicine, adult dose aspirin, and therapeutic anticoagulation. This base of treatment is comprehensive and could have additions such as remdesivir, tocilizumab, baricitinib, and more broad-spectrum antibiotics if needed.
The hospital should not be a “step down” in care and we are starting to hear reports that hospitalists are finally getting the message and bridging the important ambulatory to hospital transition of care with appropriate management.
On October 12, 2021, the CDC reported to America that 31,895 spontaneously reported vaccine failure cases had been hospitalized with COVID-19, and sadly, 23% of that composite were fatalities. Eighty-five and 67% of those cases were in those over age 65 years. The Project Salus CMS data through the first week of August concordantly show that 60% of Americans hospitalized with COVID-19 over age 65 have been failed by one of the vaccines.
Finally, the 42nd UK COVID Vaccine Surveillance report data on COVID-19 has shown that now the UK, following Israel as a heavily vaccinated country, has far more vaccinated than unvaccinated individuals in the hospital or ill with COVID-19. It cannot be any clearer—the COVID-19 vaccines are not stopping SARS-CoV-2 and are not preventing hospitalization or death.
Thus, we must redouble our efforts on prompt diagnosis and early medical therapy for COVID-19 to reduce the intensity and duration of symptoms, hospitalization, and death. In that process, each and everyone can help those who are ill in recognizing the sheer panic that sets in with the realization that this could be fatal for our seniors, and they know it.
Phone calls, support, and for those who are COVID-19 recovered, direct visits and help in the home or is not only compassionate but could be lifesaving. In a paper by Fillmore and colleagues from the Veterans Administration, 45% of those hospitalized for COVID-19 never had an oxygen saturation < 94%, meaning that many rushed to the hospital in a panic and could have been handled at home with good medical care, support, and in some cases home oxygen concentrators.
So, if you are COVID-19 recovered, trust your natural immunity, get active indirectly helping others with acute COVID-19 in their homes or apartments—it can spare hospitalizations and may save lives.
This week, we have a wonderful show with a guest appearance by DrLee4America, Dr. Lee Vliet, who will introduce the Truth for Health Foundation. On the backside, we finish with seasoned clinician Dr. Michael Uphues, who reviews the formulary of medicines he uses for acute COVID-19 and explains how these drugs work to keep his patients out of the hospital and delivered to the other side of natural immunity.
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