Hospital protocols seem to be killing patients.

Most people die “from Covid” in the hospital. Could it really be the hospital treatments that are killing them? CDC Mortality Overview: Place of Death

What the hospitals have done wrong, according to many doctors:

  • They’ve denied oxygen
  • They’ve used ventilators and at the wrong settings
  • They’ve denied treatments that work
  • They’ve used Remdesivir

The Flu sends hundreds of thousands of Americans of all ages to the hospital every year, but only about 5 to 10% end up passing away. Source (CDC) The NIH has protocols to manage the flu, and early treatment for flu is recommended by the CDC. In fact, there is a CDC brochure about early treatment for flu. Conversely, the NIH recommendations for early treatment for COVID-19 are extremely sparse and mostly include a list of medications to not use even if they’ve been shown to improve a patient’s condition. The NIH guidelines do not even include the obvious therapies like Zinc and Vitamin D3, well supported by medical literature to decrease COVID symptoms. Even when the patient is hospitalized with COVID, few medications are used, according to the NIH guidelines. Then there’s the ventilator, which has been used too liberally and at the wrong settings. No wonder Some COVID patients around the world are refusing ventilators. That makes sense, because 80% of patients in NYC who were put on a ventilator ended up dying. So this begs the question, is it truly the disease that is killing these patients to the grave, or the NIH, CDC and ultimately, hospital protocols?