Very sick patients crowding ERs: Most do NOT have COVID

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very-sick-patients(NaturalHealth365)  In spring 2020, hundreds of hospital systems across the country faced an unexpected consequence of the burgeoning pandemic: no patients.  Emergency room after emergency room remained empty as people stayed home.  Hospital floors were empty because surgeons canceled elective procedures to preserve ventilators and personal protective equipment (PPE).

But by this point in the pandemic, we now seem to be witnessing the pendulum swing in the opposite direction, and it’s not all due to COVID-19.

Pandemic mitigation measures derailed basic health care for folks – now emergency room docs and hospitals are seeing the harsh effects

In places like Sweden, Australia, and right here in the United States, hospitals today are becoming packed with “seriously ill patients,” and many of them don’t have COVID-19.

In an October 26th interview with NPR, the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) president, Dr. Lisa Moreno, says, “We are hearing from members in every part of the country.  The Midwest, the South, the Northeast, the West … they are seeing this exact same phenomenon.”

Interestingly, while the average number of emergency room visits in the U.S. is now back to pre-pandemic levels, the number of people being admitted to hospitals from the ER is nearly 20% higher – suggesting that the people who are now seeking emergency care are much sicker than they were before the pandemic.

Global officials claim they don’t know why this stark increase in hospitalizations is occurring.  Many point to the fact that the pandemic lockdowns and other mitigation strategies led to severe delays in care, which exacerbated chronic conditions and made underlying symptoms and disease states even worse.

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But could something more troubling – such as widespread adverse COVID shot reactions – be contributing to the mess?

Officials claim “no evidence” of widespread COVID shot reactions or ADE leading to increased hospitalization rates

One thing officials aren’t touching with a ten-foot pole is the possibility that many sick patients are coming in with adverse reactions to the COVID-19 shot.  Mainstream messaging also states that there is no evidence the COVID-19 shot is causing antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE).

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) defines ADE as a phenomenon in which “antibodies generated during an immune response recognize and bind to a pathogen, but they are unable to prevent infection.  Instead, these antibodies act as a ‘Trojan horse,’ allowing the pathogen to get into cells and exacerbate the immune response.”

It seems that at this point in the pandemic, more data needs to be collected and properly analyzed regarding shots and possible adverse events.  The problem is, it’s been historically observed that providers overwhelmingly underreport vaccine adverse events to the CDC.

As a reminder, providers are legally required by law to report the following adverse events following the COVID-19 shot:

  • Vaccine administration errors, whether or not associated with an adverse event (AE)
  • Serious AEs regardless of causality, including death, life-threatening AE, inpatient hospitalization or prolongation of existing hospitalization, a persistent or significant incapacity or substantial disruption of the ability to conduct normal life functions, congenital anomaly/birth defect, an important medical event that based on appropriate medical judgment may jeopardize the individual and may require medical or surgical intervention to prevent one of the outcomes listed above
  • Cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome
  • Cases of COVID-19 that result in hospitalization or death

“Healthcare providers are encouraged to report to VAERS any additional clinically significant AEs following vaccination,” the CDC adds, “even if they are not sure if vaccination caused the event” (emphasis ours).

The question is, how many healthcare providers and emergency room doctors are currently being pressured to dismiss the possible link between vax status and severe illness?  Even if, as the CDC says, “they are not sure if vaccination caused the event,” are providers doing the right thing anyway and reporting these cases, so due diligence can be done?

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