A shocking article published by The Wall Street Journal in December 2020 has resurfaced. In it, American physicians admitted to putting patients on ventilators who did not need it as a step in their protocol. It was done not as a treatment likely to benefit the patient, but rather as a fruitless and callous way of attempting to stop the spread of COVID-19.
But what it did, was kill tens of thousands of people, all of whom were likely to survive the cold symptoms just to boost the numbers and make it look like a “pandemic.”
Doctors are treating a new flood of critically ill coronavirus patients with treatments from before the pandemic, to keep more patients alive and send them home sooner.
Before the pandemic, between about 30% to more than 40% of ventilator patients died, according to research … As the pandemic grew, hospitals in the US reported death rates in some cases of about 50% for ventilated covid-19 patients. –The Wall Street Journal
Add to the fact that up to 50 percent of covid-19 “cases” were just “PCR positive” false positives. In fact, much has come out about this scam and it’s looking more and more like the average person was duped into believing there was a pandemic when there wasn’t anything out of the ordinary going on.
Last spring, with less known about the disease, doctors often pre-emptively put patients on ventilators or gave powerful sedatives largely abandoned in recent years. The aim was to save the seriously ill and protect hospital staff from Covid-19.
Now hospital treatment for the most critically ill looks more like it did before the pandemic. Doctors hold off longer before placing patients on ventilators. Patients get less powerful sedatives, with doctors checking more frequently to see if they can halt the drugs entirely and dialling back how much air ventilators push into patients’ lungs with each breath.
“We were intubating sick patients very early. Not for the patient’s benefit, but to control the epidemic and to save other patients,” Dr. Iwashyna said “That felt awful.” –The Wall Street Journal