I want these hospitals, doctors, and nurses to be held accountable.
We lost Dennis on 1/29/22.
“They assured us that labs would be watched closely and any kidney issues arising could be reversed.”
My husband Dennis was hospitalized on December 26th for hypoxia and diagnosed with pneumonia-related to Covid. We had known the dangers of hospital protocol and declined
the use of Remdesivir. We were told he was not eligible for monoclonal antibodies and no Ivermectin. As he sat in ER for 33 hrs til admitted we learned Remdesivir was already ordered to give to him before even being admitted. As we explained our concerns (increase in fatality by 50% and kidney failure) and asked for alternative treatment they assured us that labs would be watched closely and any kidney issues arising could be reversed. Remdesivir was given for 5 days and also Barcitinib was given. I noticed in the lab results that his kidneys started to decline on Jan 10th. A blood clot was found in his left leg.
On January 13 he had a major GI bleed and needed endoscopy to find and repair the bleed. He needed a blood transfusion and due to being intubated for scope procedure was also put on a ventilator then transferred to another hospital due to kidney failure and shock. Palliative care kept telling us he is dying and almost encouraged us to let him go.. we chose to do continuous dialysis..things were up and down..so many more details, but we lost Dennis on 1/29/22. I want to be a voice to help others and want these hospitals, doctors, and nurses to be held accountable.