After hearing all the stories at the North Carolina Medical Freedom Summit 18 months ago, and also reports from fellow members of North Carolina Physicians for Freedom, I can attest to the fact that many of the allegations in the below video are absolutely true; and that they happened here in North Carolina and specifically in the Piedmont Triad. I am not aware, however, of nurses deliberately killing patients with narcotics here in North Carolina in the context of treating Covid.
It must be noted that narcotics can suppress the drive to breathe when an attempt is made to wean a patient off a ventilator. Recent reports have suggested that treating Covid patients with ventilators caused death due to pneumonia. Pneumonia is a well-known complication of being on a ventilator:
2 thoughts on “Hospital Protocols to Treat Covid”
I have had two hospital stays over the last couple of years . During one of them I was given too much morphine causing horrid hallucinations. I felt lucky getting out of the hospital alive.
The incentive scheme that Renz describes seems bizarre . I don’t know if it is criminal but certainly unethical.
Here is something to think about.
Just plain medical malpractice could feasibly be the third-leading cause of death in the country. At least 250,000 Americans die each year due to some sort of medical error. But, depending on what is considered a medical mistake, that number could be as high as 440,000.
Fred, during the Covid pandemic, medical error was made systematic. It was triggered by governmental error; and unethical, corrupt, greedy hospital system executives made medical errors mandatory for inpatients with Covid 19.
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