Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Nurse Sounds Alarm On Heinous Medical Malpractice: Immediate Intubation, Remdesivir Killed Covid Patients


“I have been a nurse for almost 25 years. Most of my career has been in ICU. I have never seen anything like this in my whole career,” Smith confessed. “They are not allowing doctors to do what they want to do to help the patients. Everything is being regulated by higher-ups in the hospitals.” 
The veteran nurse described in detail a litany of unorthodox, unhygienic and dangerous practices that were implemented within medical facilities at the start of the bio war and worsened month after month. 
Prior to the administering of experimental mRNA vaccines, during the first several months of the coronavirus outbreak, patients were not actually dying from the virus, but from medical malpractice, Smith explained. 
“They were dying because doctors were immediately intubating patients and providing them with remdesivir, an expensive drug that does nothing to treat covid or respiratory illness, but shuts down the organs,” the nurse, who worked at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital exclusively during Covid, recollected. 
During the first wave of Covid, doctors abruptly abandoned protocol typically administered to patients suffering from severe respiratory illness and were instructed to comply with regulations that in retrospect amount to the administration of mass murder. 
“At the beginning, they weren’t even allowing them oxygen; they were just intubating them right away. At the time, they said they didn’t want to spread the Covid so they wouldn’t do high flow, or BIPAP or any other therapeutics, they just automatically got intubated, intubated with a breathing tube, a ventilator,” Smith continued. 
Adhering to the American Medical Association, Center For Disease Control and Food and Drug Administration directives, doctors began withholding hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, medications that were effectively treating Covid patients, and began exclusively administering remdesivir, a drug that ineffectively treats the virus and has lethal side effects. 
“A major part of why people were dying from Covid is because they were putting people on remdesivir and intubating them. The only drug they were giving people is remdesivir – and we still are. Remdesivir costs $5,000 a bag and it doesn’t do anything, It can shut your organs down. A lot of the covid patients treated with remdesivir end up on dialysis,” she continued. 
“Intubating patients is basically a death sentence, especially with the Delta variant, we save very few. 
“At one point we had a doctor giving patients ivermectin because he was having such success in his outpatient clinic and they came through and the management of the Cleveland Clinic, the higher-ups, threatened to fire him if he continued to do so. He’s not confrontational, he just kind of goes along to get along. I will say, in his defense, that he will give it to the nurses if we get it.” 
Helping patients remain calm when they cannot breathe can mean life or death for those admitted to a hospital with Covid. “We even plead with patients to stay calm – because they can’t breathe, and they freak out and they end up on the ventilator. We beg them, ‘You don’t want to go on the ventilator. We are not having good success.’ We even tell the patients that. 
Conspicuously, as thousands of Americans got their first and second doses of mRNA gene therapy, the first human trial of the drug that was previously only tested on animals, the “Delta variant” of the coronavirus virus spawned. 
Suddenly, the intensive care unit faced an influx of patients who were severely ill from Delta and astonishingly, nearly all of them received at least one dose of a Covid vaccine. Those on the frontline were left in shock and bereavement as rendered futile in saving one patient after another from dying from the mutated virus. 
Even the young and healthy began passing away at an unprecedented rate while being withheld life-saving medications, Smith recounted. “This is what’s weird. After the vaccines came out so did the Delta variant,” she said. 
“I have never in my career have seen anything like it. We were losing five to six patients a day.

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