https://www.docdroid.net/paroK8H/uued-coivd-19mgmt-guide-for-publication-9-15-2020-pdf#page=4 This document is a tragic read. I spent 7 years in the ICU environment and we intubated a lot of people. Managed ventilated patients every single day. We were a 14 bed ICU, one of 9 ICU’s in the hospital I worked for. There are plenty of things in this that do not add up.
So does this document support that these were incorrect protocols introduced during Covid that lead to overcounting “Covid deaths” that should have been due to iantrogenic means?
OMG of course patients were intubated that did not need to be. Believe it or not, many providers intubated patients because they feared the virus would spread to their staff! I shit you not. Of course if you were intubated you had a 90% chance of never getting off the vent. It was stunning the level of incompetence that ran rampant during the beginning of the "pandemic". Many administrators and even physicians treated this like it was the Zombie Apocalypse and not a virus that you had a 99.997% chance of surviving. No accountability, of course ... and of course, the media just played this up like humanity was on the brink of extinction.
Dazzled to death.
Looks over my head, but they were definitely putting people onto vents they didn't need.