a reply to: ComebackLogic
First, I cannot tell you how much empathy I feel for your loss. it brings back memories for me that almost bring me to tears myself.
My wife was also admitted to the hospital, but with a major infection. (before covid existed). She had septic pneumonia of the MRSA nature. I will
spare the intimate details, but I will say that she crashed very hard. She was put on a ventilator with a slim chance of survival. ( especially
because she has an artificial heart valve which MRSA likes to attack).
Because of one special respiratory therapist, and the doctor willing to take a chance she survived, after 14 days in a coma. The difference between
what's happening with covid and what happened with my wife, was then I was allowed to be by her side 24/7. I also had above-average medical experience
from her to previous her surgeries. Just my presence I think she changed her treatment dramatically.
So would like to propose a thought to the board, it hasn't been brought forward to attention yet.
My wife went in for a nosebleed, they gave her what's called a rhino rocket. An inflatable balloon it goes up your nose to stop the bleeding.
A week later in the middle of the night she woke me up with 105 degree fever, she was septic and had pneumonia. They figure she acquired the MRSA
bacteria while in the ER with the nose procedure.
She was admitted for 21 days, five or six times a day I would go down and sit on a bench for a break. I'm going to say 85% of the people that I met
on that bench we're waiting for our loved ones who had been admitted with MRSA an bacterial infection. It is a true epidemic in any medical facility
that does invasive procedures. the staff in ICU when does far as the tell me that every one of them was colonised with MRSA bacteria.
During this time I was at home I cut my toe clipping my nails, and you guessed it I ended up with MRSA in my foot(they called it blood poisoning).
They caught it in time with oral antibiotics.
My thought is that people are/were being admitted with covid, at least in the beginning when the tests weren't completely accurate, is it possible
that they were acquiring institutional MRSA?
The only other respiratory infection I know of that can take people down so quickly, because organ damage so complete and so quickly would be
institutionally acquired MRSA.
I will list a couple I met.
Men's wife came in for a knee scope, came back with a red swollen knee, we can I see you with septic MRSA.
Man came in for stitches, came back later that week with MRSA, he too was in the ICU.
The nurse that gave the outpatient infusions antibiotics for my wife (same hospital), had some fillers put in her lips (cosmetic). She too contracted
MRSA, because it was obvious and on her face, she had a media treatment and did not go septic although the scarring is terrible and permanent.
The other thing that I would like to mention. When my wife was finally put on a ventilator they actually called a respiratory nurse who was at home to
come to the procedure. They told me that ventilating a patient was extremely delicate procedure, and if done by an inexperienced respiratory
therapist ling scarring or fatal tissue damage is a major concern.
The other thing I would like to add. This was a year before the covid epidemic. Since then my sisters family (3 kids two adults and my dad in the
house. Contracted covid after she was vaccinated. Everyone else in the house was also infected. My father has COPD and only 32% lung capacity. None of
them required hospitalization. My wife and I have also tested positive for covid antibodies.
My dad with 32% lung capacity, my wife would compromise lungs and an artificial heart valve, and myself with multiple back fractures and asthma. None
If MRSA is not the cause, covid-19 is extremely genetically targeted to a certain body physiology, or there two different viruses going around.
It is absolutely inexplicable how someone like my father with a compromised immune system and weak lung capacity could have a runny nose and a slight
cough, and it could take down his 28 year old nurse.
Nothing is making sense, vaccines are not what we're being told.
I understand your anger, and I only wish there was some way ease the pain for your daughters and yourself. I Only hope that whatever this is, wherever
it came from and whomever is responsible is literally nailed to the wall.
If you've taken the time to read this far thank you I'm grateful for your time. Perhaps this thread was not the place to post my thoughts, but reading
your post stirred up strong emotions and I felt the need to write.