I was out of the state when I received a call from my nephew telling me my sister would be life flighted to St. Al’s in Boise, from Weiser. She had been diagnosed with Covid several days earlier and was on a small amount of oxygen at home. Fearing my sister would die in St. Al’s, I told my nephew I would be on the next plane home. I told him to call the hospital and tell them under no circumstances was she to be intubated or given Remdesivir. Hospitals are heavily incentivized to receive 20% bonuses via the Cares Act for putting patients on a ventilator and giving Remdesivir as well as numerous other bonuses to follow all guidelines set up by federal agencies. https://aapsonline.org/bidens-bounty-on-your-life-hospitals-incentive-payments-for-covid-19/ Remdesivir is well known to cause permanent kidney and liver damage. St. Al’s had required her to sign a DNR and an order that allowed them to put her on a ventilator, before they would send life flight to Weiser to pick her up. The call from my nephew to the hospital was met with irritation and disdain. Once placed on a ventilator my sister would have been paralyzed by the medications and the family feared we would not have been able to rescue her. We believed her chances of survival would be greatly diminished, due to her lack of oxygen and lack of a Medical Advocate.
Once I was off the plane I connected with hospice to make sure we had everything ready to go. I had already arranged for a power of attorney and a notary to meet me at the hospital so my sister was covered with an advocate who had power of attorney. Her son met us there and we had to be covered from head to toe with PPE including 2 masks in order to get into her room. Masks have been pushed for two years by misinformation campaigns to dehumanize and help fuel division despite the science from studies and from OSHA.
When I finally got in to see my sister, I wanted to assure her we were going to get her out of the hospital and she would be ok. I got down right next to her face so she could hear me and told her she was going to be fine. She had been told at the hospital that she would never make it home. I promised her she would. While everyone else was scaring her to death I told her I loved her and had faith she would get well. She did not need to worry. Our new socialized industrial medical complex is sorely lacking compassion or anything resembling bedside manner. The power of love, prayer and positivity are keys to recovery. Fear is a killer.
I left the hospital so I could meet her at home. On my way home I received a call from a doctor at St. Al’s. She wanted to know who I was. I told her I was her sister. She warned me that my sister would die before the ambulance got her home. She also said it would take more time to complete the paperwork in order to release her from the hospital. I replied that all you have to do is sign release papers, hospice will take care of the treatment plan and the ambulance will be there at 7:30 to pick her up. You just have to make sure she is ready to go.” I wasn’t taking no for an answer, and definitely not from a doctor who had no hope for my sister either in or out of the hospital. She was leaving that night. Hospital protocols from the NIH are not meant to save lives but is instead a one size fits all. The doctor commended me for wanting to take care of my sister, but told me that I would get covid once again trying to instill fear for my actions. She went on to say that I had better get into the hospital and get antibodies as soon as I suspected I was sick because obviously the meds provided to my sister from frontline doctors didn’t work. I explained to her they didn’t work, because when my sister went to the hospital and was diagnosed with covid, she was sent home and told to come back when she couldn’t breathe. My sister had also been vomiting, was dehydrated and unable to keep anything down. Instead of giving her something for the nausea that would have helped her she was “sent home.” How effective is any treatment if the patient cannot keep food and medicine down?
A few hours later we had my sister tucked into bed, safe and sound with all the oxygen she needed, and at half the volume the hospital had her on. She was comfortable and getting enough oxygen. We started her on personalized meds that would assist her healing. I slept right outside her room for the next ten days. My sister had four different nebulizer treatments, one every two hours for her lungs something St. Al’s would not provide. Despite the fact that inexpensive vitamins C & D3 are given to post surgery patients, the hospital was denying them for covid patients. She had all the medicines hospital protocols say don’t work but in the end they were proven wrong she was recovering. She needed fluids so we purchased custom vitamin IV’s and Hydrogen Peroxide IV’s. As the nurse set up the IV’s, at hospice she asked what was in them. I told her and she was surprised about the Hydrogen Peroxide. She explained that putting in IV’s is her specialty, she worked in emergency during the height of covid in another state and had to ask the doctor why they weren’t using Hydrogen Peroxide IV’s because they were used in pneumonia patients regularly. The doctor said they didn’t work on covid patients. I had to laugh and say “Sure, like HCQ or Ivermectin or Vitamin C or D3 or zinc don’t work either, right?” More flat earth medical narrative.
My sister slept well, she said she felt safe. The first morning, she had eggs and drank hot tea for breakfast. Her oxygen level would drop as she ate but she recovered quickly. Covid patients need as much as 4000 calories a day to combat the virus. She was kept well hydrated and given good healthy food every 2 to 3 hours. I moved her often so she would sleep on her side, which kept her oxygen from dropping. Two days out of the hospital and she was eating well, keeping hydrated and her oxygen level continued to stabilize. Her daughter called and she took her bi-pap off to talk, while her oxygen level dropped to 87 her spirits were raised considerably. Listening to her enjoy a real conversation with her daughter was more heartwarming than you can imagine. Her son got her out of bed to stand, she was weak but by day 4 she was using a walker to move around. Over a ten day span she continued to improve daily, she went outside to sit in the sun, I washed her hair as she stood over the sink, just little things but huge strides. She took the bi-pap off permanently with only a cannula and dropped down to 4 liters of oxygen by day 10. We also had a secret weapon, a machine manufactured by Percussionaire in Sandpoint called the Impulsator. I would call it the king of nebulizers, a little machine that provides improved clearance of secretions, lung recruitment, and gas exchange while protecting fragile lungs. Amazing technology that was actually invented in the 80’s. I asked the question as to why the Impulsator wasn’t being used in the hospitals and the answer was, “It is not deemed medically necessary.” Once again, the ugly head of socialized medicine shows its ignorance of science. Who in Idaho is defining MEDICALLY NECESSARY? What outside entities are influencing the Covid19 narrative and emergency response? What has become of our healthcare system? There is so much that can be done to heal the lungs but since the beginning of the Fauci/China Covid scourge was foisted on the world, saving lives has not been the priority.
Covid doesn’t affect some people the way it does others regardless of comorbidities or age but the fear and propaganda put out by the local and national news full of misinformation. Fear and isolation have been as destructive to our families and lives as any disease could ever have been. Many of these protocols were meant to destroy lives and America’s economy. All hope thrown in the trash. The health districts did nothing to promote healthy minds and bodies, only fear. It is also important to note that the policy followed by Health Districts comes from the state Health and Welfare director appointed by governor Little. While the county commissioners and an appointed doctor are the governing body the health directors by state rule approved by the legislature are accountable to the directors of Health & Welfare and DEQ. It was frustrating to hear legislators such as Jason Monk that health districts were responsible for hated covid policy not the governor’s office.
A DARPA (DOD) document was recently uncovered by Project Veritas. It is from a former Commandant of the Marine Corps Fellow in DARPA to the DOD Inspector General regarding “SARS-CoV-2 Origins Investigation with US Government program undisclosed document analysis”. It speaks to curative treatments, yet these treatments are still being denied. The document states on page 3, “Many of the early treatment protocols ignored by the authorities work because they inhibit viral replication or modulate the immune response to the spike proteins, which makes sense within the context of what EcoHealth was creating. Some of those treatment protocols also inhibit the action of the engineered spike protein. For instance, Ivermectin (identified as curative in April 2020) works throughout all phases of illness because it both inhibits viral replication and modulates the immune response. Of note chloroquine phosphate (Hydroxychloroquine, identified April 2020 as curative) is identified in the proposal as a SARSr-CoV inhibitor, as is interferon (identified May 2020 as curative).” The Marine also noted, “…The main points being that SARS-CoV-2 matches the SARS vaccine variants the NIH-Eco Health program was making in Wuhan; that the DOD rejected the program proposal because vaccines would be ineffective and because the spike proteins being inserted into the variants were deemed too dangerous (gain-of-function)…”
My sister continues to get better day by day and is blessed to have been in the hospital such a short time, other friends of mine were not so lucky. I thank God for my family and some amazing friends and all the wonderful doctors saving lives while medical boards appointed by governors attack them and threaten to take their licenses. My sisters life is precious as is all life and she was not going to allow her to be a causality. All lives are precious, no one is expendable.
The denial of proven medicines has cost many lives and is unforgivable but no one seems to want accountability.
6 replies on “Are NIH Hospital Protocols more important than Life Itself?”
Great article Vicki. In another article I explore the connection between the clinical protocols and the Clinical Standards of Care and the “temporary order”. I believe but cannot confirm that the allegiance to the protocols by hospital employed physicians is coerced—-the antithesis of centuries old standards of medical ethics and contrary to the spirit of Nuremberg and Helsinki. “It is the duty of the physician to promote and safeguard the health, well-being, and rights of patients. The physician’s knowledge and conscience are dedicated to the fulfilment of this duty.” Having “experts” on health boards and bureaucrats in government agencies making clinical decisions has destroyed the doctor patient relationship. Welcome to socialized medicine. jml
You are absolutely correct Dr. Livingston. As Dr. Cole has stated- we will look back on this from the future and clearly see that we could have saved hundreds of thousands of lives with early treatment. I whole heartedly believe, based on known facts, that this was a planned and strategic attack not only on the United States, but the world! Perpetrated by those who planned, and are now implementing, the Great Reset.
In 2014 health district directors served on Governor Otters Ship committee. This committee was only meant to plan a new socialized industrial medical complex. A wonderful doctor who passed away with covid in St. Als last summer explained socializing medicine was a goal of Mr. Pate. Lukes and Al’s have now monopolized the market, buying out clinics and long term nursing care facilities. Did Governor Otter and Governor Little think this was good for the citizens of Idaho?
Identical treatment in Las Vegas. It’s got to orchestrated.
This post is right on. I lost a loved one exactly how you described it at Al’s.
I was woking in the ICU in Caldwell, and just like you said, I saw this very same thing. I would ask frequently why we weren’t treating patients with treatments that were shown to work. I got told these treatments don’t work and was shunned by the Doctors and Nurses. Believe me, don’t go to the hospital. Contact Frontline Doctors, or find resources outside of the main stream, because if you are admitted into the hospital, you’re probably not coming back out! It’s heartbreaking and infuriating. I don’t work there anymore.