PATIENT PUT ON VENTILATOR BECAUSE HE WALKED TO THE BATHROOM AND PASSED OUT
Emergency Workers Make Man Go Outside and Take Off His Jacket in the Cold Before They Will Take His Vitals
My dad got sick on December 17, 2020. He was sick a couple of days when we contacted his primary physician. The physician told us to give him Mucinex and prescribed him Doxycycline and an inhaler. A few days later he was actually worse, not better, so we contacted that doctor again. We were not given any additional help.
My dad refused to go to the hospital but a couple of days later he was really struggling so he did ask me to call an ambulance. When the ambulance came, they made him come outside and take off his jacket for them to do vitals – he was freezing and weak.
They decided his oxygen was too low and took him to the hospital. I followed and when they got him into a room, I was allowed to see him through the glass. He seemed better as he was smiling and alert. He asked me to bring him his phone charger and some pajama pants. That was the last time I was allowed to see him at all until he died. They started administering Remdesivir right away and that evening about seven hours later, I received a phone call from the hospital saying that he was put on a ventilator because he tried to go to the restroom and passed out.
Around midnight, I received a call from the doctor in charge saying that he had a heart attack and was not doing well. Several hours later, his kidneys were failing, he got a blood clot and then a brain bleed. It just kept getting worse.
He passed alone, in a hospital. He was murdered!
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💔, I am so sorry. These murders are disgusting.🙏for you and your family for justice.
So sorry for your loss... may his death not be in vein 💔 🙏🏼