Are New York hospitals killing patients? Three different reports coming out of New York hospitals say that hospital staff are improperly treating patients and possibly causing deaths of COVID-19 (coronavirus) patients.
Watch the video testimonies below… (Note: I posted the videos on YouTube and also backed up on Bitchute as a mirror, in case they get deleted.)
I REMOVED THIS VIDEO. I WAS ASKED TO TAKE IT DOWN BY THE PERSON [NAME] WHO POSTED IT. SHE SAID SHE WAS RECEIVING THREATS.
“It's not Covid-19 causing the deaths!” [NAME] says she has friends who are nurses working in New York who are reporting willful medical malpractice in the hospitals: “Patients left to rot and die”
Breana Janel Testimony
Breana Janel reports on Facebook live video:
- The hospitals are putting patients who in no way need to be on ventilators on them, thus causing them to die
- They're not giving patients medications known to help
- They're leaving dead bodies in the room with patients for many hours
- They're forcing nurses to sign NDAs
NY ICU Doctor, Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell
In two videos below, Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell speaks out about what is happening at one NY hospital, Maimonides in Brooklyn, New York.
Dr. John Whyte, MD, MPH, interviewed Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell, a physician trained in emergency medicine and critical care, on April 6, 2020.
Dr. Kyle-Sidell does not claim to be a whistleblower because he says he believes his colleagues have “good faith” and “pure intentions”. However, he does question how the patients are being treated.
In this second video below, Dr. Kyle-Sidell says it is not the doctors' fault, but he states that they are not running the ventilators correctly.
He writes: “Patients need OXYGEN NOT PRESSURE!!! The ventilators may be causing lung damage because of PRESSURE. Needs to be immediately investigated. 100,000 – 250,000 Americans at risk of lung injury. Change can happen. The time is NOW!!”
NY Issues Do-Not-Resuscitate Guideline for Cardiac Patients Amid Coronavirus
The New York Post reported a few days ago that NY issued a do-not-resuscitate guideline for cardiac patients amid coronavirus.
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