Monday, August 3, 2009

H1N1 treatment to blame for patient's sudden death?

One thing that we have overlook is that there are more deaths caused by medical treatment than by H1N1.
On July 21 Malaysia has reported its first case of swine flu death after a student died of heart attack while seeking treatment at a clinic. The second victim died of pneumonia and respiratory failure on July 23 after being hospitalized for a week. On July 28, the third victim had died of severe pneumonia with multi-organ failure after receiving treatment for 10 days in a private hospital since July 18. The fourth victim had only sought treatment at the hospital on July 26, 11 days after contracting the disease. Her death on July 27 was blamed on delayed treatment. The 5th victim was ill since July 27 but she did not suffer from any breathing problems when she received outpatient treatment at a private clinic. On the night of July 28, the girl had complained of breathing difficulties and received treatment at a Bagan Serai health clinic the next day (July 29) and while receiving treatment, she was in stable condition and did not complain of breathing difficulties or cyanosis and was given outpatient treatment including antibiotics and cough medicine. However, on Friday morning at 3am, she complained of breathing difficulties, fever and cough before arriving at the Bagan Serai health clinic for treatment but while receiving treatment, she passed out and was pronounced dead at 5.30am while the post-mortem done at the Alor Star Hospital revealed that she died of severe pneumonic changes. The 6th victim was admitted into the hospital on July 29 with symptoms of fever. There were no symptoms of cough and other respiratory problems. While at the clinical treatment stage his condition worsened and he was admitted to the intensive care unit on July 30. Further checks revealed that he was suffering from inflammation of heart and lungs. He die on Aug 2.

H1N1 is caused by virus, but the victims die from pneumonia, a secondary infection, that modern medicine choose to believe, caused by influenza virus-induced pulmonary consolidation. Why not treat the patient with pneumonia vaccine, seem like most of H1N1 related deaths are caused by pneumonia? Pneumonia vaccination will only work for bacterial pneumonia, not this viral pneumonia. Viral pneumonia is the only pneumonia that a patient catch while undergoing medical treatment, it did not occur naturely like bacterial pneumonia. The most interesting fact is that you will catch viral pneumonia while being isolated in modern medical hospital. That is how SARS kill!

Why the victims develop lung infection and inflammation?
Mounting evidence shown that the virus only caused mild illness that last for three to four days with no complications. In advance countries, many GPs have been advising patients not to take the Tamiflu. So far many of those with confirmed cases of H1N1 have opted out of taking the drug and made a normal recovery.

Therefore it is very interesting to ask how can H1N1 lead to lung infection and inflammation? Because the virus suddenly decided to be violent and deadly? Common sense tell us that this is a clear case of medical malpractice, the lung infection and inflammation are caused by medical treatment not the virus itself. Like the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome or SARS which is also a typical case of medical mistreatment, modern doctors have lost their conscience and failed in their duty to tell us the truth about the failure of modern medicine, all they know is to make money over our dead bodies. What a sad world!

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