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This Week In COVID: Hospitals, Please Stop Killing Our Loved Ones!
In This Edition
- The 5 major failures going on in our hospitals. A true story.
- Safety Data Update – Myocarditis increases by 250 cases in children in 1 month. This number should always be ZERO each month for children. At least 6,558 Americans have died within 48 hours post-inoculation, but according to Fauci and friends, these are all because of car accidents.
- Recovery Data Update – 53.7% of all COVID deaths were at or beyond normal life expectancy. 75.8% were beyond 65 years of age. 95% had at least 4.0 comorbidities.
- Risk vs Benefit Analysis Update – Children have a 13.0 times greater risk of injury than potential benefit from the experimental inoculations.
HOSPITALS, PLEASE STOP KILLING OUR LOVED ONES
For the past week, I’ve been working with medical professionals at Kaiser Permanente to help save the life of a family member.
It is with a heavy heart that I must report to you that I failed in my goal.
Today, I received word that my family member died and the range of emotions I’m feeling is devastating.
Did I fight hard enough? Was I too nice in the face of obvious incompetence? Should I have challenged them earlier than I did?
These questions are haunting.
I knew what was going on in our hospitals was horrific, but I didn’t know it was THIS bad.
My heart goes out to every person who has lost a loved one whether due to COVID or due to gross medical malpractice being called COVID, as is the case for my family member.
Sadly, it is in failure that we learn the most, and today I want to share with you what I’ve learned in the worst of possible ways.
I knew that doctors working in hospitals have refused to honor their oaths of service by refusing to offer early treatments aimed at preventing hospitalization and reducing symptom severity.
It still blows my mind that these doctors have been so obedient to malpractice and unethical approaches to patient care.
It’s a battle we’ve been fighting for 2 years now, but it hasn’t gotten any better in hospitals for reasons you’ll understand shortly.
I knew that doctors working in hospitals have refused to honor their oaths of service by refusing to recommend Vitamin D, C, A, Zinc, and Quercetin as evidence-based preventative and adjunct treatment strategies for their patients.
Think about this, we have over 209 studies for Vitamin D alone and 198 of the studies overwhelmingly support its use during every stage from prevention of infection to the prevention of hospitalization to the prevention of death.
In fact, the 11 studies that don’t support the use of Vitamin D were either designed to fail or funded by the NIH, GAVI, or some other vaccine interest and designed to fail as well.
With study after study after study proving the efficacy of Vitamin D, hospitals are still not testing patients for Vitamin D levels to ensure that patients below 50 ng/ml are administered Vitamin D3.
I knew that doctors working in hospitals have refused to honor their oaths of service by refusing to prescribe inexpensive and effective evidence-based treatments such as Ivermectin (93 peer-reviewed studies) and Hydroxychloroquine (276 peer-reviewed studies), in favor of prescribing the very expensive and ineffective Remdesivir (27 Studies, Negative 36% Recovery Rate In Hospitalized Patients).
What they either don’t know or won’t tell family advocates is that the prescribing of Remdesivir for Medicare/Medicaid patients is heavily incentivized for hospitals.
That’s right, similar to hospitals receiving a greater reimbursement when they ventilate a Medicare/Medicaid COVID patient, when hospitals prescribe Remdesivir they also receive a much greater reimbursement from Medicare/Medicaid according to the Health Care Compliance Association.
“Hospitals will receive an additional payment when treatment includes Veklury (remdesivir) or COVID-19 convalescent plasma to treat patients diagnosed with COVID-19.”
“The amount of the NCTAP payment will be the lesser of: (1) 65% of the outlier threshold for the claim or (2) 65% of the amount “by which the costs of the case exceed the standard DRG payment,” including the 20% Medicare bonus for inpatients with COVID-19.”
Normally, hospitals eat the first $30,000 in costs, but with this new rule from the Health and Human Services (HHS) department, hospitals prescribing Remdesivir get 65% of that $30,000 per patient.
Wonder why hospitals are so reluctant to prescribe Ivermectin or Hydroxychloroquine, but race to Remdesivir? Each time a hospital prescribes Remdesivir, they get an additional $19,500 bonus. Multiply that incentive a couple of thousand times and now you get to the uncomfortable truths that plague our country.
I was called in to help my family member knowing all of this and here’s what else I learned about why people are dying in hospital settings.
1 Patients never have the same doctor or nurse 2 days in a row. Hospitals rotate a new doctor and nurse every day. Continuity of care is completely ignored. Over the course of 10 days, I spoke with a new doctor each day. There is absolutely no way to improve patient outcomes without continuity of care.
2 Family advocates STILL aren’t allowed to be bedside. There is REAL medicine in having a loved one bedside to hold a patient’s hand. There is a REAL advantage to having a loved one bedside as crucial medical decisions hang in the balance. Without family advocates’ bedside, medical teams are making these decisions and often WITHOUT the consent of the family advocate. It’s absurd to think a person who is ill and sedated can make these crucial decisions without family advocates present at all times. This is a recipe for disaster.
3 The ‘Science’ isn’t being followed, but the ‘Money’ is being chased after. 198 studies affirming Vitamin D, but Vitamin D isn’t being tested for upon hospital admission. 100% recovery in severe, high-risk COVID cases using Intravenous Vitamin C, but it’s not even considered as a therapeutic option even though it costs about $24.00 per application. Massive amounts of peer-reviewed studies prove the effectiveness of Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, but hospitals are going for the money and prescribing Remdesivir.
4 Doctors aren’t THINKING, they are OBEYING. We know that when D-dimer levels elevate, blood clots are (or have been) present, and systemic inflammation can be clinically assumed. This is a phenomenon that occurs on or around day 8 in severely symptomatic hospitalized patients according to Dr. Chetty from South Africa, who claims to have treated more than 7,000 patients with a 100% success rate. If doctors would simply order EUA approved viral load and antibody tests, as we have done for decades for other infections, then they could stop flying blind and stop making fatal assumptions that the clinical picture is COVID and not something else.
IF, for example, the viral load is very low to non-existent AND there are IgG antibodies present, THEN the patient has recovered from the infection and any symptoms still present are not due to an active infection.
At that point, treatment should shift to focus on any clotting and/or inflammatory issues like cytokine storms, still plaguing the patient post-COVID recovery.
To miss this crucial shift in clinical presentation and continue treating the patient for an infection, when symptoms are no longer due to the infection is a recipe for disaster and the very definition of medical malpractice leading to death.
5 One-size-fits-all does NOT work for high-risk patients or any patients. Over 50 and obese with pre-existing conditions is the exact definition for high-risk that even the CDC knew of as early as March 9, 2020. Yet, there is a one-size-fits-all, federal guideline, CDC, FDA, HHS approach that rotating medical teams in hospitals REFUSE to deviate from.
One-size-fits-all has never worked because people are unique in every possible way…for the Love of God, please stop killing our loved ones and personalize your approach to the person and shifting clinical presentation. As the clinical presentation shifts, proven by shifts in symptoms AND confirmed by laboratory investigation, SHIFT YOUR CLINICAL APPROACH!
The clinical goal is the recovery of the patient…
not stroking your ego…
not putting your feelings above the patient…
and certainly not the hospital’s bottom line!
Our priorities in medicine are so out of whack.
Advocating for my dearly departed, I had to ask doctors to run a Vitamin D test. The results came back 6 days later, which is 6 days of treatment missed. My loved one was far below the 50 ng/ml goal and rather than pumping her full of Vitamin D3, they gave a single, ineffective dose of 600 IUs when she needed 50,000 IUs for 7 days. To add insult to injury the doctor of the day attempted to convince me that there was no empirical evidence to support the use of Vitamin D. Really?
This is why evidence-based nutrition should be taught in all medical schools. Every doctor should receive over 1,000 hours of clinical nutrition education, but the average doctor only gets 19.6 hours (what amounts to a weekend workshop) over the course of 6 years of medical education according to the National Academy of Sciences.
White coats are not qualified to discuss nutrition, but routinely act like they are.
Advocating for my dearly departed, I had to ask doctors to run viral load and antibody tests. The doctors told me they weren’t allowed to run these tests because tests like those are only performed in teaching hospitals, and they would need to get permission to stop flying blind.
Number 1, that’s a lie. Number 2, are you kidding me?
The antibody tests came back proving that my loved one had indeed recovered from COVID, but that didn’t matter to the new doctor of the day, they would continue to treat this as an infection because they don’t personalize care based upon clinical presentation or laboratory evidence.
Advocating for my dearly departed, I had to teach doctors that her symptoms could be due to secondary infections because they weren’t addressing her blood sugars which were at emergency elevations. My family member was high-risk, did have diabetes, and these omnipotent and infallible buffoons couldn’t see how severely elevated blood sugars could lead to additional infection.
I convinced doctors to run blood cultures, which they ultimately did. Thankfully, they came back negative, but they only tested for a handful of possible secondary infections. To each doctor, this was still COVID, regardless of the proof of recovery and proof of blood clots and inflammation.
The day before my family member died, I got into a very loud argument with the doctor of the day. They had put my loved one on a ventilator without the family’s permission. They sedated her, without the family’s permission.
They kept her on Remdesivir as her condition continued to degrade despite the evidence of recovery.
I demanded that they shift treatment focus to at least consider that the symptom picture could be due to a cytokine storm, blood clots, or other inflammatory events. I demanded that they include strong corticosteroids, like Budesonide, in an effort to open the respiratory pathways and at least explore the possibility that it could help my loved one breathe.
The doctor of the day got offended and refused, saying that he had treated hundreds of patients and knew what he was doing. He was guilty of obeying rather than thinking. He is guilty of medical malpractice in my opinion.
I asked if he had used Budesonide on any patients for COVID. He said no, they were not allowed to.
Not allowed to do what…think for themselves…be open to new research…be compassionate…respect patient and family advocate requests?
Less than 24 hours later, the hospitals get their money, the CDC gets to add another death miscategorized as COVID, and another family gets to mourn the passing of a loved one.
Hospitals and the mindless minions of doctors who refuse to do anything but obey are killing our loved ones and all I’m asking them to do is stop.
You know what makes it even worse?
My family member had loving children…and they never got to say goodbye to her.
My loved one died alone.
If you agree this is wrong, help us fight for what’s right.
Expose the fraud and willful misconduct.
Myocarditis In Children Increases By 250 New Cases From Dec 3, 2021, to Jan 7, 2022.
53.7% Of All COVID Deaths Were At Or Beyond Normal Life Expectancy.
Children Recover From COVID Even Better Than They Recover From The Flu.
Visualization Of Recovery Data
Children Age 5 to 17 Are 13.0 Times More Likely To Be Injured By Experimental Shots Than Gain Any Benefit.
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