I personally told the doctor on several occasions that the Remdesivir was not ideal for my dad who already had kidney issues.
It was too late, his kidneys couldn’t recover.
The Protocol That Kills
“My dad started showing more signs of kidney failure.”
My dad was admitted into Norton County Hospital in Norton Kansas on January 5. He was given oxygen and put on Remdesivir even though he had a history of kidney stones/issues.
By Friday January 7, he had started deteriorating and his oxygen was increased. By Saturday he was becoming incoherent, unable to talk to family, respond to messages etc….I personally told the doctor on several occasions that the Remdesivir was not ideal for my dad who already had kidney issues, to which I was brushed off. By Sunday evening my dad was vented and fighting harder for his life. Monday we received a call that he was able to be transferred to a larger hospital St Catherine’s in Garden City Kansas via fixed wing plane. Upon arrival at the new hospital I contacted them to give them myself and my mom's contact info as the previous hospital had failed to send it along. The Dr at St Catherine’s contacted me Tuesday morning and after discussing my dad being on Remdesivir discontinued the medication, however the damage was already done. My dad started showing more signs of kidney failure! The Nephrologist was unavailable so my dad was transferred yet again to St Francis hospital in Colorado Springs and started on dialysis. It was too late, his kidneys couldn’t recover and on January 17th 2022, we received the call at 3am (5 hours away) to come say our goodbyes. On January 17th, 2022 my world stopped, my dad, the grandfather to my kids, the husband to my mom was gone. The glue that kept us together, the guy who would drop anything and everything for his grandsons was no longer with us.