Nurses who left the healthcare system to focus on early treatment describe ‘brutal’ COVID-19 treatment protocols

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Nurses who have witnessed the “brutal” treatment protocols of COVID-19 hospitals killing patients paint a grim picture of what is happening in state and federally funded healthcare systems.

“They’re horrible and they’re all phased,” Staci Kay, a nurse practitioner with Physicians for Freedom in North Carolina who left the hospital system to start her own private early treatment practice, told The Epoch Times. “They will not consider protocols outside of what is given to them by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and NIH (National Institute of Health). And no one asks why.

Fueled by cognitive dissonance amid a series of red flags, Kay said hospital staff are ignoring blatantly problematic treatments that have worked poorly in clinical trials, such as remdesivir, and protocols such as isolating the patient, just to adhere to the federal canon.

“I’ve seen people die with their families watching via iPad on Facetime,” Kay said. “It was rough.”

As a former intensive care nurse, Kay said she’s seen her share of tragedy, but the way she saw COVID patients being treated “made me wake up in the middle of the night in a sweat. cold with pain in the chest”.

“I hated my job,” Kay said. “I hated going to work. I was stressed in a way that I had never been before in my entire life.

Keeping families in isolation was especially difficult, she said, because people couldn’t come and say goodbye to their loved ones.

“We can do better”

Kay was looking for other options when she found an inpatient protocol designed by Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance founding member Dr. Paul Marik that claimed to have a 94% success rate.

However, after Kay introduced him to the chief of pulmonary intensive care, she was fired and the doctor bragged that the hospital had a 66% survival rate at the time.

“I told him, ‘I feel like we can do better,’ but I was shut down very quickly,” Kay said. “I got very angry because I watched people die and I knew we could have done better.”

It was as if previously smart people had been brainwashed, “and then just plain dumb,” Kay said, lacking the mental means to discern right from wrong.

This led Kay to start treating patients on an outpatient basis to prevent their admission into the hospital system, which is now her full-time job after she was fired for failing to comply with what she described as demands. illogical test for those who were not vaccinated.

In her telemedicine business, Kay said she’s seen multiple cases of people with injuries from the COVID-19 vaccine.

“I also saw things on the side of the hospitalized patients, which I suspected were vaccine injuries that were not recognized by our doctors,” Kay said. “I’ve seen brain bleeds, seizures out of nowhere, cancer that has spread like wildfire, ischemic strokes, and I’ve seen a person die horribly of myocarditis.”

On the outpatient side, she said she has seen conditions resulting from the COVID-19 vaccine such as brain fog, cognitive decline, joint pain, gastrointestinal dysfunction, and neuropathy, which is numbness and tingling in the hands, feet and extremities.

“The old school becomes the new school”

Kay’s business, Sophelina Counseling, provides telemedicine, mobile emergency care and mobile IV therapies. It is independent of corporate, federal and state control, which she says is a solution to a healthcare system crippled by oppressive demands.

“As long as there is corporate control over medicine, whether it is Medicare or private insurance companies, you will always have providers who will be forced, pressured and coerced into doing things they wouldn’t normally do,” she said. “Doctors no longer have the treatment they had before.”

Because of this corporate control, Kay said listing the boxes they need to check takes time from the patient themselves.

“Getting away from this corporate structure is going to be a game-changer,” she said.

Kay advocated going back to the “old school,” which is the direct primary care model, in which the patient pays a monthly or annual fee to gain access to the provider without the interference of a traditional insurance company that requires “too many hoops to jump through, headaches and boxes to tick.

Kay mentions a healthcare model called GoldCare, designed by Dr. Simone Gold, founder of America’s Frontline Doctors.

Gold, who was sentenced to two months in prison for her alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 capitol breach, created GoldCare as a private association (PMA).

Because much of what insurance companies do revolves around potential lawsuits, to be a member of the PMA one must sign a clause, agreeing that they will not sue.

“What this does for us is that we don’t have to order unnecessary tests or consultations just to cover our back-end, because that’s most of what corporate medicine does,” she said.

As a result, Kay said, both patient and doctor are happier because the treatment process hasn’t been burdened with inflated insurance requirements.

For Kay, this model — an evocation of a simpler time in medical care when doctors were more connected with their patients — is essential.

“The old school is going to have to become the new school,” Kay said.

The NIH and CDC did not respond to The Epoch Times’ request for comment on COVID-19 treatment protocols.

Boycott the system

After taking salmon, eggs and honey for a fee, a Washington state nurse who wished to remain anonymous shares Kay’s more traditional vision for the future of health care.

She told The Epoch Times that people “need to boycott their health insurance.”

“I think people who don’t need life-saving surgery shouldn’t go to hospital,” the nurse said. “I think people need to find private doctors who pay and only pay for what they need to do.”

The federal government must be removed from the health care equation, she added.

“I especially don’t think any child should go to these practitioners who accept state funding or Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements,” the nurse said.

The nurse requested anonymity because, in addition to being unvaccinated, in Washington and Oregon she said the government has allowed the public to file anonymous complaints, “devoid of evidence”, against health care workers who promote treatments that deviate from official protocols.

After the nurse was fired for failing to meet the vaccine mandate, she started her own private care business which offers monoclonal antibodies, L-lysine and vitamin C infusions, infrared red light therapy and nebulizers as treatments as needed and when indicated.

“General deletion of data”

With her newly launched business, she performed the first procedures she said hospitals should do, “but refuse to because they say there’s no evidence for it.”

The nurse works with a growing network of doctors and providers who operate like a “total parallel society” existing in the shadows alongside the “twisted” healthcare system, she said.

In the aftermath of the public vaccination campaign in her community, the nurse said she saw an increase in strokes and embolization procedures as doctors engaged in ‘widespread data suppression’, for example by not not reporting to the vaccine adverse event reporting system what it considered vaccine injuries and deaths and recording non-COVID related deaths that will be caused by COVID.

Even before the CDC changed its definition of unvaccinated, the hospital system was reclassifying patients who had only received one vaccine as unvaccinated, she said.

“The worst thing was when the pulmonologists decided that the unvaccinated patients would spend seven days on ventilators and then they would tell the families that nothing more could be done,” she said. “They would then extubate those terminally ill patients even when more could have been done.”

The nurse witnessed this personally, she said, with a 33-year-old mother of two.

“She had taken ivermectin at home and was considered an anti-vax conspiracy theorist,” the nurse said.

Before the mother was terminally ill extubated and her status changed to ‘comfort care’, the nurse said she argued with hospital administrators for 12 hours.

She had asked the pulmonologist to consider doing more tests, she said.

“It had been over a week since the last D-dimer, and that would have indicated whether the fibrin in the blood was rising or falling,” explained the nurse. “The usual process with a known pulmonary embolism was to check every three days. There were more anticoagulant drugs and routes of administration that could have been used. Intravenous heparin is reversible. If they were willing to take life support off, why weren’t they willing to try something that could eliminate circulatory impairment? »

In the end, the hospital won, she said.

“The mother died out of breath while my hand was on her back,” she said. ” I could not believe it. I went to my manager and requested that an audit be performed on our clotting times and pulmonary embolism treatment protocols. It got me kicked out of ICU until I was fired.

The nurse said she observed administrators repeatedly promoting the safety of the vaccine, although these claims did not reflect what they were seeing with the increasing cases of vaccine injuries.

Although some staff members saw the truth but ignored it to keep their jobs, there were many she observed – just as Kay reported – that exhibited “astounding cognitive dissonance.”

“They got the vaccines themselves, and if they ever had to face the possibility that they willfully become the hands of a truly evil agenda, I don’t think they could live with themselves,” he said. said the nurse. “I used to think of my colleagues as people I trusted my life with, but after they got that second dose of vaccine, it was like they had a hive mind of hate . It’s very strange to say that out loud.

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