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Even though SARS-CoV-2 was painted as the Black Plague, we know that this virus’ infection fatality ratio is 1% for most people under 65 years of age. There were many factors influencing the high mortality rates we saw in 2020. Besides lockdowns and the restriction of treatment, there were official treatment protocols that killed thousands. One protocol is putting COVID-19 patients on ventilators.

When the pandemic hit, we got instructed to do nothing if we felt ill – Just “stay home” and isolate was the message. As to be expected, when people got extremely sick, they went to the hospital. The treatment protocol for many unfortunate patients was to be intubated and put on a mechanical ventilator. No wonder the death rate of hospitalized COVID-positive patients skyrocketed.

How Safe Are Ventilators for COVID-19 Patients?

Intuitive doctors observed early on that even though Covid-19 patients had low blood oxygen levels, they didn’t gasp for air, their hearts didn’t race, and their brains didn’t show signs of blinking off from lack of oxygen. This suggests that they necessarily didn’t need to be intubated and would benefit from noninvasive respiratory support, such as breathing masks used for sleep apnea.

Ventilators should be the last resort since the longer people are on mechanical ventilation, the more likely they are to suffer complications. We had New York City hospitals exhibiting terrifying results. From 5,700 patients hospitalized at Northwell Health from March to April 2020, nearly 9 in 10 of those ventilated patients died, and 320 patients developed adverse outcomes after ventilation.

Studies of Covid-positive patients show that early invasive mechanical ventilation is associated with a 43% increased mortality risk at day 60. Additionally, those under invasive mechanical ventilation have 48% higher rates of ICU-acquired pneumonia, bacteremia, and length of stay at the intensive care unit. 

The National Library of Medicine reviewed 69 studies and more than 57,000 patients and reported similar results. They concluded that the fatality rate of COVID-19 patients receiving invasive mechanical ventilation was 45%, and this rate increased to 84% in older patients

Putting COVID-19 patients on ventilators is far from safe. It’s like playing Russian Roulette with a patient’s life. Despite the fact that about half of the patients diagnosed with COVID-19 die after being put on ventilators, this official COVID-19 protocol hasn’t stopped in hospitals.

Why Are COVID-19 Patients Put On Ventilators?

Thousands of COVID-19 patients have died after being put on ventilators. This has been such a widespread problem that the Truth for Health Foundation put up a press conference.

Attorney Thomas Renz and family members of patients spoke on the subject. They highlighted data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). CMS data from Texas hospitals shows that 84.9% of patients put on a mechanical ventilator died.

Tom Renz reported that in March 2020 legislation passed incentivizing certain treatment protocols. The CARES Act “provides hospitals with bonus incentive payments for all things related to COVID-19.” COVID-19 testing and diagnosing, hospital admissions due to COVID, reporting COVID-19 deaths, and the use of remdesivir and ventilators, as well as COVID-19 vaccinations, are part of it.

CMS even endowed blanket waivers for health care providers related to patient rights or lack thereof. Hospitals were given cart blanch to violate patients’ rights with regard to treatment, medical record access, visitations, isolation, and informed consent. 

Hospital incentives/payments include:

“A free required PCR test in the Emergency Room or upon admission for every patient, with a fee to the hospital by the federal government.

Added bonus payment for each positive COVID-19 diagnosis.

Another bonus for a COVID-19 admission to the hospital.

A 20 percent “boost” bonus payment from Medicare on the entire hospital bill for the use of remdesivir instead of other medicines, such as Ivermectin.

Another and larger bonus payment to the hospital if a COVID-19 patient is mechanically ventilated.

More money to the hospital if the cause of death is listed as COVID-19, even if the patient did not die directly of COVID-19. 

A COVID-19 diagnosis also provides extra payments to coroners.”

Hospitals receive $39,000 for every COVID-19 patient put on a ventilator. This clarifies the picture. Now it makes sense why OVID-19 patients are put on ventilators. Comes down to money and greed. But we shouldn’t be that surprised since financial entanglements between pharmaceutical companies, the CDC, FDA, NHI, Fauci, and the medical industry have become commonplace.

Whistleblowers estimate that hospital protocols are killing about 1000 patients a day. Medical ethics and the Hippocratic Oath went out the window after 2020. Hospitals, places that are meant to be sanctuaries for the ill, are committing horrible acts; patients are being seen as cash cows and treated accordingly. In fact, hospitals have made more money in the past couple of years than pre-Covid while the health of Americans and life expectancy has declined. It’s terrible to know that monetary inducements are driving treatment protocols in the post-COVID era.

To a Fitter Healthier You,

Adriana Albritton

The Fitness Wellness Mentor

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