Tens of thousands of Americans died after being placed on mechanical ventilators in spring 2020. It’s long past time we got real answers as to how many were killed this way.
We intubate you to protect us, and we get bonus reimbursement—a win-win!! Another sad mass fear-mongering fallout from the plandemic. Appreciate your work to expose the scam these past few years.
It seems like ventilation was basically drawn-out euthanasia. And we also need to remember that family and visitors were disallowed, so there was no one acting on behalf of the (isolated and terrified) patient and saying, "wait a minute... what evidence do you have that this will help? can't we try something else?"
This is truly a tragic and horrifying tale on so many levels. I fear that if people in healthcare can’t admit they acted out of panic/ignorance (or whatever benign motivations many may have had), and thus made huge mistakes, there will be MORE of the same at the next go round. And make no mistake, there will be a next go round, should the malign forces that profited so much off COVID and the ensuing manufactured hysteria not be stopped.
Curious to as why we followed the protocols of China in dealing with this at all. How did they suddenly become the gold standard of healthcare? These are the same people shown in the ridiculous videos of people dropping down dead in hazmat suits, who also welded people into their living spaces. These were the standard bearers? Makes no sense, unless at some upper level of those in authority, deliberate harm was intended. As well as forcing a paradigm shift in how governments act and the people respond.
Another thought occurred to me after publishing my last comment: It is the responsibility of health care workers to consider needs of the individual. If vents were used to reduce the aerosolization of the disease (to protect workers), this policy put the collective ahead of the individual, essentially breaking the unwritten contract to put individuals’ needs first.
This happened to my family! My sweet Dad was isolated, given Remdesivir, ventilation and left to die alone.
Now we have a group of families fighting in MN! 💪🏻
Please read my story here:
Some doctors stayed calm and cool and were able to think clearly, but sadly they seem to have been in a minority. Paul Marik and Pierre Kory come to mind, both ICU doctors, along with GPs like DR. Fareed and Tyson in California and Chetty in South Africa. They actually had the brains to go back to first principles and work out effective treatment protocols. They are the real heroes of Covid, not the thousands of doctors who just blindly followed the 'narrative'. Interestingly, nurses seemed to be able to work out something was badly wrong in hospitals - but of course were not listened to.
"Secondary bacterial infection of the lung (pneumonia) was extremely common in patients with COVID-19, affecting almost half the patients who required support from mechanical ventilation. By applying machine learning to medical record data, scientists at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine have found that secondary bacterial pneumonia that does not resolve was a key driver of death in patients with COVID-19, results published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Bacterial infections may even exceed death rates from the viral infection itself, according to the findings. The scientists also found evidence that COVID-19 does not cause a “cytokine storm,” so often believed to cause death."
Related published study in the Journal of Clinical Investigation: https://www.jci.org/articles/view/170682
I am a RN in Minnesota and my dad was murdered by hospital protocols, he died 1-30-22, after being isolated for 24 days. We knew we did not want him to go into the hospital because of what they were doing but he threw blood clots in his lungs and I could not treat that with what I had available to me at the time at home. They did NOT have consent, they refused to listen to my requests as his daughter and POA. My dad was given enough sedatives to euthanize an elephant, the vent just topped it all off so they could get their bonus $. It was the combination of all of the sedatives, narcotics, opioids, isolation, withholding treatments, etc. etc. etc. My dad had just turned 69 years old. He did not deserve this.
I will be forever broken and traumatized as i fought for his life 24/7 for over a month, i have severe PTSD. I can not believe what I witnessed, every single one of my dad's human rights were violated. My family will be forever broken. 💔
The question now is not whether there was malicious collusion, but how much malicious collusion exists - and who is implicated. It seems the globalists are marching in lockstep with the CCP ...
By the grace of God, at the age of 49, I survived 5 weeks on a ventilator for covid. I now have permanent lung damage and still require supplemental oxygen with exertion over a year later. But praise God, I’m still here with my husband and kids.
In Spring 2020 Italian health officials introduced unprecedented health protocols specifically for Covid.
These new protocols, including early intubation and accompanying sedation, were deemed necessary to protect doctors and nurses at a time when the viral load of the alleged "lethal pathogen" was purportedly lower.
Mechanical ventilators, that push oxygen into patients whose lungs are failing, quickly became the accepted go-to practice throughout the Italian hospital system. Doctors made extravagant claims that ventilators had “become like gold.”
Employing ventilators involves sedating the patient and placing a tube into the throat. Drugs such as midazolam, morphine sulfate and propofol are used in accompaniment with this procedure; drugs that come with contra-indications and warnings of side effects including respiratory depression and respiratory arrest. Midazolam and propofol are two drugs that are regularly used for assisted suicide and to put down death row inmates.
During the initial wave of hysteria in March 2020 the Italian government requested and received an emergency procurement of midazolam from Germany as their hospitals “suddenly needed 3-4 times the normal amount of this drug.”
The Italian Civil Protection undertook a fast-track public procurement to secure 3800 additional respiratory ventilators.
As early as April 2020 the reliance on mechanical ventilation came under fire from Italian experts. Luciano Gattinoni, a world-renowned Italian intensive care specialist suggested that “mechanical ventilation was being misused and overused.”
Marco Garrone, an emergency doctor at the Mauriziano Hospital in Turin, Italy remarked, “We started with a one-size-fits-all attitude, which didn’t pay off,” Garrone said of the practice of putting patients on ventilators right away, only to see their conditions deteriorate. “Now we try to delay intubation as much as possible.”
Even as some health officials pushed to get more ventilators to treat coronavirus patients, some doctors were moving away from using them.
Questions surrounding actual causes of “Covid deaths” of the frail and elderly placed on ventilators began to surface for the simple reason that doctors were noticing unusually high death rates for coronavirus patients on ventilators.
It was public health despotism and not a "novel pathogen" that was igniting this tinderbox in the Italian hospitals and creating a feedback loop of public panic.
What spread through the Italian hospitals in Spring 2020 was an epidemic of iatrogenesis?
The Spring 2020 mortality event in Northern Italy was not an epidemiological or biological aberration but was the result of an unprecedented set of administrative mandates by the Italian government and public health officials.
NYC followed suit.
Ventilator-induced barotrauma (VIB) occurs when the pressure of the air delivered by a mechanical ventilator exceeds the ability of the lungs to handle it. This can cause damage to the lung tissue, leading to a variety of complications.
During mechanical ventilation, air is delivered into the lungs through a tube that is inserted into the patient's airway.
The pressure of the air delivered by the ventilator can be adjusted to help the lungs expand and contract properly. However, if the pressure is set too high, it can cause damage to the delicate tissues of the lungs.
The lungs are made up of tiny air sacs- -the alveoli, which are surrounded by blood vessels. When the pressure of the ventilator air delivered to the lungs is too high, it can cause the alveoli to overinflate and eventually rupture.
This can lead to the air leaking out of the lungs and into surrounding tissues, such as the chest cavity or the tissues under the skin.
In addition to damaging the lungs, VIB can also cause other complications, such as pneumothorax (air in the chest cavity), subcutaneous emphysema (air in the tissues under the skin), and respiratory distress.
Several factors can increase the risk of VIB, including pre-existing lung disease, high levels of positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP), and prolonged mechanical ventilation.
To prevent VIB, careful monitoring of the patient's lung function and adjustment of ventilator settings is necessary. ( which was obviously not the case in hospitals).
If VIB has already occurred, treatment may involve the insertion of a chest tube to drain air from the chest cavity or surgery to repair any lung damage.
It’s saddening that we’ve lost scores of patients/ our loved ones to VIB...
Great article! Thanks for sharing.
I spoke with junior Dr in Borneo who described intubating a mid 30 y/o asymptomatic for training purposes. He died, they said of covid.
An excellent article! I appreciate you keeping up on this issue because it's clear they hope we "forget" all about the ventilator hysteria that happened in March 2020.
Ventilators were all over the news for about a three week period in March 2020 and then never mentioned again. That signaled to me that something was amiss.
Your deep dives are exactly what is missing in mainstream media today. Thank you.
Being Canadian, I do wonder whether hospitals in Canada adopted the same iatrogenetic practices seeing as with Health Canada, it is often “monkey-see-monkey-do” with regards to the States. Were there, as well, the same monetary incentives to use ventilators?
So many questions...