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SHE NEEDS JUSTICE FOR HER HUSBAND’S PASSING
Wife Given No Help but Cold Rags to Cool Down Her Husband in Hospital who has 106 Degree Temperature!
My husband came home on December 9 saying that he had been exposed to Covid. The next morning, he went to the ER, and they informed him that he had double pneumonia and Covid. They sent him home and told us to follow up in a few days with our doctor. He went to our doctor on the 17 of December and ended up being taken by ambulance to the hospital. He was up and down on his oxygen, but he seemed to be holding his own.
Fast forward to the 31st of December, his doctor called and said that they were needing to put him on a ventilator, but when they tried, he went into cardiac arrest for 10 minutes. That night was the first time I saw him since he had been in. The only reason I was able to see him was they didn’t think he would make it so my son, stepdaughter and I met there. I was hysterical to say the least.
My son and I walked into the room, and when he saw us, he started to fight with the ventilator. We told him that he needed to calm down and the nurse came in and sedated him. The doctor tried to get me to sign a Do Not Resuscitate but I refused. They ended up having to put him in a drug-induced coma after that. I kept telling my son several times that I didn’t like this doctor at all. I don’t know why but I just didn’t trust him.
The last day that I saw him was the day he passed. Andy, my stepdaughter, and I walked into the room together, and I had noticed that his temperature was 106! I asked why they weren’t trying to cool him down, but all they did was give me cold rags. I ended up trying to cool him down myself, and it was like none of the staff seemed to care.
I walked over to where his feet were, and ended up standing there trying to get him to wake up but he wouldn’t. The doctor said that we couldn’t stay in there anymore so we left. By the time we walked out to our cars, he had passed.
I need justice for my husband’s passing! He was put on Remdesivir while he was in there, which ended up shutting down his kidneys and lungs and who knows what other organs. Tony was treated for diabetes, a disease he was never known to have.
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