Remember, at COVID height, government-led medical establishment declared that the COVID-19 standard of care was to 1) hospitalize 2) intubate, and 3) connect critically ill patients to ventilator
by Paul Alexander
What you did not know was that in Canada and the US and UK etc., the ventilator killed most on the ventilator; people were not trained to use it and it blew holes in the lungs, killed most!
Cuomo asked once why were so many on ventilators in NY dying. He was on to something, he just did not know and he was trying to take down Trump so he was in the dark place then with Fauci and Birx and CDC and NIH etc. conspiring on Trump, so deranged, he did not think it through. But he was right, the ventilator killed you.
Trump again, deceived and misled, ordered ventilators out your ass and it was only killing people. Same with remdesivir, failed Ebola drug in search of a virus, it is liver and kidney toxic as the standard of care re Fauci and NIH, but it kills people. Never ever allow them to put your family on remdesivir, they will die! Launch an emergency intervention kidnap of your loved one out of the hospital…
Every single COVID policy failed, killed people, killed children. We must start investigating Fauci, Birx, Bancel, Bourla and the lead is Francis Collins, the beast of them all. He is the grand daddy beast.
“New York City emergency-medicine physician Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell sparked controversy when, two weeks ago, he posted a YouTube video claiming that ventilators may be harming COVID-19 patients more than they’re helping.
“We are operating under a medical paradigm that is untrue,” Kyle-Sidell warned. “I believe we are treating the wrong disease, and I fear that this misguided treatment will lead to a tremendous amount of harm to a great number of people in a very short time.”
Weeks later, claims from Kyle-Sidell and like-minded doctors continue to spark impassioned debate within the medical community, with some doctors moving away from the use of ventilators and others defending the current standard of care. What’s clear, though, is COVID-19 patients on ventilators aren’t doing as well as doctors would hope—and health care experts are scrambling to fix it.
Mechanical ventilation always comes with risks: a tube must be placed into a patient’s airway to deliver oxygen to their body when their lungs no longer can. It’s an invasive form of support, and most doctors view it as a last resort. Under the best of circumstances, up to half of patients sick enough to require this type of ventilation won’t make it.
But for COVID-19, the numbers are even worse. Only a small portion of COVID-19 patients get sick enough to require ventilation—but for the unlucky few who do, data out of China and New York City suggest upward of 80% do not recover. A U.K. report put the number only slightly lower, at 66%.”