PATIENT’S OXYGEN LEVEL AT 95% BUT FAMILY TOLD IT WOULD BE EASIER FOR THE HOSPITAL TO CARE FOR HIM ON A VENTILATOR - PART 2
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
The doctor was combative and denied us a compassionate visit. She asked me if I knew what a compassionate visit was, that it was only end of life. We asked her to give Gary the directive to sign, but they never did that. Gary (my dad) asked mom to help make the decisions, but they would not let us. I asked her not to roll her eyes, she said she closed her eyes and opened them and was not rolling her eyes, but she was and lied when she said they do not get paid extra to ventilate or give Remdesivir.
So, after we spoke to Gary about these drugs, he understood that these drugs were dangerous, so he declined further Remdesivir and Baricitinib. BOTH drugs cause organ failure. They made him sign a waiver and then refused to treat him with anything other than steroids and insulin injections he never had before (he took a pill a day, not injected insulin). Mind you, the steroids they were giving were 6 mg Dexamethasone a few times per day. That is not even a sufficient enough dose to treat anything. It is laughable how little they gave of the steroid that could have helped strengthen him when he needed it. But that is the protocol by the FDA, and they said they could not give him more or anything else that was not on the approved protocol. He has diabetes, and instead of giving him the pill he takes at home, they started insulin injections, and looking at his records now, his blood sugar was over 400. They also gave him banana pudding to a HIGH blood sugar patient! He texted us a picture of his meal and told us he told the hospital not to bring him any more of this sugary stuff. He was coherent, but after ten days he started going downhill.
Around this time, on the 9th or 10th of January, my mother got a call from the hospital social worker saying that they wanted to transport him to rehabilitation, which made us happy since they would allow visitors, and rehab sounded like he was improving. They were going to check to see if the rehab had an opening and let us know. At 2:00 AM on January 11, they called mom to let her know they put him on a BiPap machine and said he was not oxygenating well. The next day, they called us to ask us to come in to discuss moving him to hospice. We showed up at the hospital and had to go through the gatekeepers at the front. I was told I was not on the list of visitors and only my mother was allowed. I sat next to the entrance at the double doors and after about five minutes, was kicked out of the hospital in 40-degree weather because they said no visitors could sit in the facility. I explained that I was being called to the ICU. They said they did not care, to leave now. I did and went to my car only to turn around five minutes later as I was being called to ICU to see him with my mom already up there. They allowed us to see him through the glass and talk to him through a phone they had, anticipating that it might give him hope and get him motivated to breathe and fight. We tried to speak to him on the phone through the window, but he could not hear us, and we don’t think he was even in a condition to acknowledge we were there. They then pulled us into a conference room and told us that he was not improving anymore and he would need to go to hospice if he could be transported.
We were told to go to lunch while they called hospice to get a referral, and then 15 minutes later, we got a call to hurry back. When we walked into ICU, he was so far gone that he did not know we were even there. They let us know they would allow us in the room for a compassionate visit. We got back there and suited up with Personal Protective Equipment and masks and were able to sit with him and touch him and talk to him for about 10 minutes and then told that we needed to go. We left with the understanding that when hospice was accepted, they would get a verbal okay from mom and send him along, but he did not make it more than 30 minutes after that point. He was pronounced dead at 2:02 PM on January 11. They never proned him (until January10), even when he was starting to go downhill. He mentioned they put him on his stomach ONCE. He kept telling us that they were saying he was getting better, but even though I bought an O2 machine, he would not make it to the elevator, much less my jeep to be transported home or elsewhere.
They scared him into taking Remdesivir and frightened him into staying there on oxygen instead of going home against medical advice. I want to get my story out there, so people know what the hospitals are doing. The government requires the use of only two drugs or nothing at all. I asked for 3% saline, Viagra, Ivermectin, high dose vitamins, Hydroxychloroquine, and a few more treatments I had researched, and they rejected every treatment we asked for. Right to try would have been nice, but Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine have been approved as a drug for many years, so I was told Right to Try does not apply. It is CRAZY that they say NO to drugs that are FDA approved and require medicines that are NOT FDA approved for the protocol. These doctors and hospitals are being threatened with pulling funding from the government, and I, for one, don’t think that threat is worth breaking a Hippocratic oath FIRST to DO NO HARM. They are guilty of not standing up and doing the right thing for the patient. They all deserve prison time for what they are doing to families.
If I can help just one person escape this DEATH CAMP hell of the hospitals, I feel like Gary would be happy that I did. I am so tired of being silenced for defending my family and posting the truth. I am also tired of seeing thousands being killed due to these protocols. My father deserved better. He served this country in the Air Force, and to see them dismiss him once he denied the ventilator and Remdesivir is disgusting.
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