WE, THE UNVAXED, ARE HUMAN BEINGS, TOO
Patient Describes Hospital Section as the “Covid Dungeon” due to Plastic Barricade and Caution Tape
I started having symptoms of a cough and fatigue on October 8, 2021. On October 15 my husband called an ambulance because my oxygen level was low. I was taken to Mountain View Hospital. While in the Emergency Room, a person said, “We need to give you Remdesivir.” I said, “No, why can’t I get monoclonal antibodies?” He said, “They don’t do that here.” And I started crying.
At this time my husband was told by my niece to go to Southern Hills Hospital for monoclonal antibodies. EVERYONE SHOULD’VE HAVE BEEN GIVEN THAT, HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE OR IVERMECTIN. I then went to a private room where the doctor came in and said, “So you refused Remdesivir?” I told him, “If I was at home like everyone else quarantined, they wouldn’t be getting it.” He got very short with me and frightened me into it. I got 5 days plus a drug for 15 days called Baricitinib. None of them were explained well to me. I am one to trust the doctor. Well, not anymore. They never told me about the risks and adverse effects.
On October 20 at 10:00 PM, I was transferred to PAM Health Rehabilitation Hospital with a barricade of plastic to go through with caution tape everywhere. I called it the Covid Dungeon, frightening to say the least. It was dark, cold and dirty. I was put in a room with another patient, which I thought you couldn’t be. Why couldn’t I be with my mother? It doesn’t make sense.
I was continually asked if I had a directive and if I wanted to be intubated. I said, “No, resuscitate, do not intubate” as I’m crying scared and alone and thinking of my mom all alone. It’s so wrong on all levels.
I had never seen so many doctors and nurses come in and out of the room for the other patient and not ONE doctor or nurse came for me. I asked the other patient if she was vaccinated and she said yes . . . there’s my answer. They do not care about the unvaccinated . . . so wrong. We are human beings, whether vaxxed or not. We didn’t ask for this and to be treated like this . . . INHUMANE!!!!
I was put on 60 liters of oxygen and it was killing my head and nose; I had nose bleeds. The Certified Nurse Assistant came in on October 20 to do a Covid swab and my nose was so sore, crusty and bloody. She stuck it up there and it hurt so bad I was crying. I was negative and in a couple of hours was put into a regular room.
I told respiratory I want off this 60-liter oxygen and he put me to 15 liters. I fought so hard to get down to 3 liters to go home. The doctor stood 6 feet away and never checked my lungs. The lung doctor came in with his stethoscope wrapped in a glove to listen to my lungs . . . OMG. I told the doctor that I needed physical therapy. I had to ask for things to be done to me. I saw so many wrong things done to people. We didn’t ask for this and no one deserves inhumane treatment.
I gave the Chief Executive Officer a piece of my mind. I was discharged on November 11. On December 30 my husband took me to Mesa View Hospital per Dr. Rose in Logandale. They did an MRI and diagnosed me with necrotizing pancreatitis due to Covid and I was rushed to Mountain View hospital. They swabbed me and put me in the chair in the hallway for two days and then to a room where I received only pain medication and scans. The doctor’s interns did nothing for me, no answers, nothing. They put a nutrition IV in and I was given insulin because of what was in the bag (nightmare). I asked the nurse if I was positive or negative and she said they swabbed me for the flu, WHAT? I said, wow, you make up the rules as you go, unbelievable.
I was discharged on January 20 with no instructions about blood sugar or insulin. They said it will go back to normal, well . . . I am diabetic now and taking 500 mg of Metformin in the AM and PM. I was a healthy female until now. I lost 35 pounds and my hair; I am not the same person as before. I am still struggling to this day. I feel Remdesivir has caused everything. My three sisters recovered at home and are fine, but one still cannot taste or smell.
My mother (Relda Grady) and brother (David Grady) died at two different hospitals and were both given Remdesivir. My mother was isolated and sedated, which lowers your oxygen. My brother knelt to pray and the staff didn’t come for him in time (remind you, bells and whistles go off once the oxygen leaves your nose).
I wish we all had never gone to the hospital, then my mom and brother would be here today. I personally will never step foot into a Las Vegas or Nevada hospital again. The care for human life is no more. The medical system has failed the patients. I feel reimbursement money for Medicare patients was their goal. Thank God I had medical knowledge that saved my life and I was only 64 years old.
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