San Antonio, TX
We asked them to start treating him with Ivermectin, but they refused saying “We have our protocol.
The hospital said Dad had lung damage and was on a ventilator starting July 2. Dialysis, since July 4th. He just kept declining with everything they tried.
“Their “Protocol” is Remdesivir, a failed Ebola drug that causes organ failure in 1/2 of the patients it’s meant to save.”
In June of 2021, our whole family got Covid. Both sides. My husband’s dad, my parents, and I were all hospitalized with Covid pneumonia. I was home in 4 days, my FIL in a week, my mom in 2 weeks, and my dad in 23 days. Everyone got it except my 16-year-old son. The hospital said Dad had lung damage and was on a ventilator starting July 2. Dialysis, since July 4th. He just kept declining with everything they tried. Their “Protocol” is Remdesivir, a failed Ebola drug that causes organ failure in 1/2 of the patients it’s meant to save. This led to organ failure, specifically in his kidneys. We were made aware by a Covid nurse friend that intubated Covid patients were very often given temporary dialysis. We pleaded with Dad’s doctor to start dialysis. The doctor balked and told us no matter what they did, Dad’s chance of survival was zero, according to statistics for his age. We explained that since Dad had zero other comorbidities, we wanted dialysis started on him ASAP. The doctor hung up on my mother, and EIGHTEEN HOURS LATER, they started dialysis. His doctors stopped calling us with updates after this. The hospital (downtown Baptist in San Antonio, Texas) denied us visitation for 2 weeks, even though he wasn’t contagious anymore, and even though Resolute Hospital in New Braunfels, Texas, also owned by Baptist Health Systems, allows Covid patients visitors. We finally reached out to corporate, and the CEO called us, apologized, and allowed us to visit. But by this time Dad was intubated and sedated. Everything that they did made him worse.
Fighting For Court Order
We asked them to start treating him with Ivermectin, but they refused saying “We have our protocol”. We were getting a court order to give him Ivermectin, and they cut off visitation again. The next morning, they called us and said he coded, and they started CPR, and to come to the hospital ASAP. He was gone when we got there. This whole thing has been horrific. Everyone else recovered like it was a bad cold. I’m doing better, I just tire out easily. Mom is home and doing well physically. This has been hard on her though. My brothers and I have been taking turns staying with her.
We were prophylaxing with Ivermectin and vitamins, but our doctor said we were under-dosing because the protocol changed from every 2 weeks to every week, and also not taking enough for our weights since Ivermectin dosage is weight-based. People keep asking if we had a “variant”. No one tests for variants. I have no idea where variant testing is done. We were just told we were positive. All I know is we were positive, and pneumonia developed very rapidly.
Also, Christus Creekside ER in New Braunfels, Tx, where I initially went because I thought I had a stomach bug (My only symptoms were diarrhea and night chills, and occasionally low-grade fever.), diagnosed me with Covid pneumonia, and sent me home with zero steroids, zero azithromycin, and zero oxygen. They said I was too healthy, and my O2 was too high, but to take TYLENOL ONLY for symptoms and to come back if I can’t breathe. 5 days later, I was in Resolute ER in New Braunfels with low O2 and shortness of breath. When I told this to the intake nurse. He said, “That’s disturbing. That’s how people die.”
“ He then received appropriate treatment from our family physician in the form of Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, Azithromycin, and Budesonide.”
Last month, my 82-year-old uncle was in the VA hospital in San Antonio for an infection. He was about to be released to go home and await surgery. The hospital decided to test him for Covid, and of course, it was positive. He was NOT RELEASED, and he was subsequently quickly ushered to the Covid ward- even though he had no severe symptoms. We were not allowed to visit anymore, but he knew about the deadly effects of Remdesivir and refused it. At night, the hospital again tried to add two bags of Remdesivir to his IV, and he woke up, saw, and refused it again (probably with colorful language, knowing him). The hospital, seeing he was on to their game, released him the NEXT DAY. He then received appropriate treatment from our family physician in the form of Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, Azithromycin, and Budesonide. This is his text to us:
“Halfway through Dr. ———- 's regimen, sense of smell & taste are back 100%, nasal burning, gone, throat raspiness, gone. No coughing, no fever…feeling normal.”
My uncle receives full medical benefits as a veteran. My parents have/had Medicare. They got Remdesivir and my dad went into renal failure and died. My mom got worse before she got better. At this same time, I was also hospitalized with Covid pneumonia at Resolute Hospital in New Braunfels, TX. I have private pay insurance, and at this hospital, was given convalescent plasma, steroids, antibiotics, oxygen, and vitamins. I took my prescriptions of Ivermectin and HCQ with me and finished them in the hospital on my own. No Remdesivir, which I’m so thankful for because I wasn’t in the condition to advocate for myself. I was initially much sicker than my parents, but I went home in 4 days.
There is no incentive to save our parents and loved ones who have government insurance. There is every incentive to do quite the opposite. This draconian practice seems too sinister to be happening, but it is. It happened to my family twice, and it’s happening to other families all over the US.