no.how is it all these celebrities seem to make full recoveries after being in "ICU"?
us regular po folk just happen to all be in that 80%?
there’s one practice that drives me fucking nuts.It’s the idea that there is a “VIP” in the hospital. They get treated differently. And that’s a problem.
so you’ll put a celebrity in the ICU who really doesn’t belong there because you’re doing “more” for them. Once you deviate from a protocol, you’re doing harm. I got news for you. I treat everyone with the same loving care. I don’t give afuck if you’re the president of Nigeria; you get the same care from me. Mostly because think I treat folks the same no matterwhatwalk of life they come from. But mostly because I don’t really like people and everyone gets my shitty attitude. Also because the implication is that we are NOT treating the rest of the people well and only VIP’s are getting the “right” treatment. Bullshit.
the celebs are surviving because they aren’t sick to begin with. Thus they seem to survive an ICU stay whereas little people don’t.
I’d hate to be the douchebag taking care of Boris Johnson, for example.
shit man I don’t have 40 mins to waste but cytokine storm is basically what kills these folks. So if he explains it in a way you can understand then great....what do you think of that chink doctor's opinions...???...(Simon not tinhead )
He spends 38 minutes asking you to like and share his video and trying to be funny while throwing in random cuss words to the detriment of the point he's trying to make.shit man I don’t have 40 mins to waste but cytokine storm is basically what kills these folks. So if he explains it in a way you can understand then great.
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I talked at length with my brother about that yesterday Paul. Pretty compelling stuff. I'm curious what Simon's take is on it.Not sure if this is something or not Simon
In the last 3–5 days, a mountain of anecdotal evidence has come out of NYC, Italy, Spain, etc. about COVID-19 and characteristics of…web.archive.org
The past 48 hours or so have seen a huge revelation: COVID-19 causes prolonged and progressive hypoxia (starving your body of oxygen) by binding to the heme groups in hemoglobin in your red blood cells. People are simply desaturating (losing o2 in their blood), and that’s what eventually leads to organ failures that kill them, not any form of ARDS or pneumonia. All the damage to the lungs you see in CT scans are from the release of oxidative iron from the hemes, this overwhelms the natural defenses against pulmonary oxidative stress and causes that nice, always-bilateral ground glass opacity in the lungs. Patients returning for re-hospitalization days or weeks after recovery suffering from apparent delayed post-hypoxic leukoencephalopathy strengthen the notion COVID-19 patients are suffering from hypoxia despite no signs of respiratory ‘tire out’ or fatigue.
He says Morbid Obesity s #1 risk factor for death from CV. Why does this plastic surgeon bug me so much?
Dr. Duc Vuong, the World's #1 Weight Loss Surgeon and author, explains Cytokine Storm in an easy and understandable way. It is ultimately this immune response that allows coronavirus infection to progress to pneumonia, ARDS, sepsi, and eventually death.
I'm still waiting to talk with my uncle who works in a lab but, I have talked with my aunt, a surgeon, and she found it compelling.
I thought Simon commented on it the other day? He mentioned how patients were dying on respirators and no one could figure out why.
Certainly the case in Indiabut my fear is this economic damage may lead to serious food shortages and more people dying from that then they would have from the virus. I hope I’m wrong. But all along the argument has been we need to look at population health not individual people so if the goal is reducing the total number of deaths, it might’ve been better to let the disease run. We will know in a year.
you think too muchSimons tome, sums it up... The chances of catching it still 50 50 like with all...
I think Simons asymptomatic, I hope for his sake... I think I am too. I think it's been here longer than the first cases appeared.
I think it's deadly and shitty for about 10 to 30 percent.
I think we have to eventually cut loose... It will be back... Right after summer....
I refuse to wear a mask.... It lessens humanity.
I would however wear one if I was sick.
There it is folks... the first ray of sunshine in our healthcare industry. TRUTH.I know that sounds wacko and crazy but my fear is this economic damage may lead to serious food shortages and more people dying from that then they would have from the virus. I hope I’m wrong. But all along the argument has been we need to look at population health not individual people so if the goal is reducing the total number of deaths, it might’ve been better to let the disease run. We will know in a year.
Spoke with the Lab Tech yesterday.My Aunt read the paper on the hemoglobin hyjacking article mentioned earlier here, somewhere.
Says it makes sense that it is the issue, with some patients and covid19.
Haven't spoken with the Lab Tech yet as he just got home last night and needs a day to decompress but, it should be an interesting discussion.
I'll share it once it happens.