PATIENT’S OXYGEN LEVEL AT 95% BUT FAMILY TOLD IT WOULD BE EASIER FOR THE HOSPITAL TO CARE FOR HIM ON A VENTILATOR - PART 1
Daughter Says Her Dad Served This Country in the Air Force and to See the Hospital Dismiss Him Once He Denied the Ventilator and Remdesivir is Disgusting
I want to get my story out there, so people know what the hospitals are doing. I want to tell you about Gary Phillips, my beloved DAD, who was killed by the death camp protocol in hospitals in the USA. My stepdad, Gary, was very cautious because of pre-existing conditions that may make him susceptible to getting Covid. We followed the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) protocols to keep him healthy so he would not get Covid (having him on supplements and Ivermectin as a prophylactic once per week). Around Thanksgiving, he was diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection, but it got better with the medicines his primary care doctor gave him. Right before Christmas, he was not feeling well again. On Thursday, December 23, 2021, he was sick with something but was told to rest and drink fluids. Christmas day came, and he could not get out of bed; he felt horrible. Monday, the 27th of December, he had an appointment with the Veterans Administration (VA), and they told him they did not have any Covid or Flu tests, so they had him go to an urgent care to get a test, and that is when he tested positive for Covid. They and the VA hospital called around to see if he could get monoclonal antibodies and they finally found some, but it would be Thursday, December 30, before they could get him in, so he was sent home to rest (NO MEDS given) and wait the three days until he could get the infusion.
By Thursday, December 30, he could hardly stand on his own. My mother drove him to the appointment and had to get a wheelchair to get him in for the infusion. After two hours, she was told to come to pick him up and she did. In the meantime, I was looking for an oxygen (O2) concentrator and finally found one that I could pick up on December 31 by making a tele-med appointment, and since my dad had Covid, it was approved, and I walked out of there with an O2 concentrator, but it was a day late and a dollar short. My dad got home that afternoon after the infusion, and his O2 dropped into the 70s/80s, so my mom had to take him to the Emergency Room (ER) for O2. When she pulled in, he was unable to walk on his own. Again, she had to get a wheelchair to get him wheeled into the ER. They started oxygen immediately and were told he was in line for a room on the Covid Floor. We were also told that we could not see him, we were not allowed to go to the ER, and once they did get him a room on the Covid floor around 3:00 AM on December 31, it was a “no visitors policy.”
The doctor called my mom the next day after she left a message with the nurses’ station, January 1, to let her know what was going on, and mom was told they would give him REMDESIVIR. Once my mother told me this, I explained to her that it was the drug they get a bonus by Medicare to give and would cause Gary’s organs to shut down. I told my mom I was on my way; I was going from Canton to Commerce to be there for her but call the doctor back and tell them to STOP Remdesivir (I found out later they had already given it to him the day before).
On January 1, once I got to Commerce where my parents live, we printed out a Covid treatment plan and directive from our attorney that we hoped they would follow. When the doctor called to let us know he was on oxygen but needed something more substantial than just the 5 liters they were giving him, he said that he was being moved to the Intensive Care Unit for a pressurized O2 up to 10 liters.
We asked about supplements. The doctor laughed and asked if I was a physician because vitamins don’t help Covid. I explained that I have researched Covid and know high dose Vitamin C, D, Zinc, etc. are helpful, but she told me, “NO, we will not give him those.” I asked about Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, etc. and she told me they could not do that. It was not an approved treatment and only certain drugs were allowed for the protocol. Fast forward three days, we got a call saying he was deficient in Magnesium and Vitamin D, so they gave him those but only at low doses.
We explained that we were headed up to the hospital and wanted to give them a written directive for his care. We hung up with the doctor and drove to the hospital. The doctor we were going to meet was Dr. Amtul Shafi. Once we got there, they made us wait for the doctor to come down, and that is when we handed her the written directive and told her about Gary not having his hearing aids in. She explained that he was the only one to make decisions about his care since he responded to them. We explained that without his hearing aids, if he were asked a question, often, he would nod yes even if he had not heard correctly what was being asked. She told us that we could not make decisions unless we had a Power of Attorney. We handed her a signed directive and the FLCCC protocol; she refused to accept it, so we laid it on her hands in the lobby.
We explained to the doctor that if Gary said yes to Remdesivir, he was not aware of the adverse effects that would happen as a result of this drug. They told him he would DIE without it. The doctor told us that Gary had allowed it once they told him he would die without it (we have the texts from him saying they said he would die without it). We knew it would surely kill him since he had active kidney stones and had triple bypass heart surgery in 2020. My doctor had told me that it kills 51% of the patients it is given to. Keep in mind that the nurse, RAY, kept asking to intubate him when he was in the ER. His O2 was at 95% with oxygen, but they told us it would be easier for them to care for him on a ventilator. That is indeed a death sentence, but they were short-staffed, and I think they did this to as many as possible since it is less work for them. He was DNI/do not intubate from the minute he was admitted. We knew they would try that, so he told us not to let them put him on a ventilator. She argued with us and told us that he said yes to Remdesivir, and they had already given it to him.
On January 1, when we took the attorney’s written directive to the hospital, the doctor laughed when I said that they get paid a bonus for giving Remdesivir and even more for intubating and told us (I have this recorded) that it was not valid. She rolled her eyes at me! She said that she does not go off the National Institutes of Health, FLCCC, or anything other than the New England Medical Journal. She argued with us and told us that he said yes to Remdesivir, and they had already given it to him on December 31. We explained that he did not have his hearing aids and that the VA certified him as 80% deaf (in December 2021, the VA certified he was ruled 100% deaf). She said Gary told her it was okay to give Remdesivir. AFTER we told them not to give any more, she said they gave him the rest of the unused dose! He was given the Remdesivir on December 31, not January 1, when they notified him he would be getting it. So, we found out AFTER that he got it, then they gave him more.
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