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MAN GIVES CREDIT TO GOD FOR SURVIVING AFTER HORRIFIC HOSPITAL TREATMENT
He Suffered Delusions from Heavy Medications and a Severe Bed Sore due to Neglect
Stan worked in heavy construction for New York. On Thursday, September 23, 2021, he started to not feel well. The next day he woke up and had a fever. Stan called in sick, which was unusual. Pam was in the process of losing her job for not taking the jab. She worked in the medical field. They went to Pam’s place of employment to get tested for Covid.
Both Stan and Pam tested positive for Covid on September 24. By the 27th of September, they both went to the hospital to get checked out. They were sent home and told to come back if their lungs got bad enough. Stan asked if he could get a Z-pak, and they gave him five days’ worth.
After a few days, his oxygen was low and he went back to the ER. He was admitted and pressured into Remdesivir. Stan did not want Remdesivir and he did not want the ventilator. Pam was also admitted and told that Stan would not take the Remdesivir until she did. So, she told them fine, give it to me.
Pam was not allowed to be with Stan. She went home after about six days. Stan received five days of Remdesivir. After seven days, he developed blood clots and needed to have surgery. When Stan had the surgery, they put him on a ventilator. They told Pam they would try to get him off the ventilator quickly. Stan was on the ventilator for 46 days!
Stan had terrible delusions due to the heavy medications they were pumping into him. He would ask to talk to his dad who had passed away five years prior. He would wake up after thinking he had escaped and realized he had not escaped. Stan recalls it feeling like he was head first into a barrel.
He felt they were going to kill him. They did not take good care of Stan in terms of medical or personal hygiene. In fact, he had a large bed sore down to his bone. At one point, a nurse left his oxygen off for hours. One of the only good nurses he had left for three days. Upon her return, she was surprised at how much his care had declined while she was away.
To this day Stan does not know how he survived but God. A week after coming off the ventilator, he went to rehab. At that time, he was a double assist. He was in rehab for a month and went to physical therapy. At first, he couldn’t walk and then he could slowly start making steps.
When they realized that his insurance had run out, they rushed to discharge him (28 days) that day. Stan always felt the response to Covid was a hoax - not Covid itself but the response to it.
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