“It’s Hard to Watch:” Hospital ERs Across The Nation Are Completely Overwhelmed With Non-Covid Patients “Sicker Than They Have Ever Seen”
After more than a year of allowed testing on people with highly contagious, experimental vaccines, whistleblowers from all kinds of different backgrounds are already blowing the whistle.
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The number of deaths hasn’t increased significantly.
However, the number of contagious diseases, deaths due to regular flu, an increased rate of heart failures and tumorous tissues, has been noticed across the world. And the States too. But – nobody is allowed reporting against the obvious contrary Democrats narrative!
Throughout the country, even in places that are not considered ‘Covid hotspots,’ emergency rooms are absolutely overrun with seriously ill patients, forcing hospital staff – in many cases – to provide care in the hallway because every bed is already occupied.
ER’s are overflown with a wave of patients coming with abdominal pain, respiratory problems, blood clots, and HEART CONDITIONS.
Suicide attempt- rates are n the rise too!
“Months of treatment delays have exacerbated chronic conditions and worsened symptoms. Doctors and nurses say the severity of illness ranges widely and includes abdominal pain, respiratory problems, blood clots, heart conditions, and suicide attempts, among other conditions,” KHN reported.
the network was able to interview some of the staff at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, MI.
“I always feel very, very bad when I walk down the hallway and see that people are in pain, or needing to sleep, or needing quiet. But they have to be in the hallway with, as you can see, 10 or 15 people walking by every minute.”
A separate wing of the hospital was even turned into a special ER unit – and still, no significant long-term difference and release were made!
“Even patients who arrive by ambulance are not guaranteed a bed or a room when they arrive. The staff nurse in charge of tirage screens incoming patients to determine which ones absolutely need a bed and which ones can be placed in a hallway chair.
Recently, staff members have even been forced to pull sick patients out of their rooms to give the bed to others who are in more critical condition.”
According to Dusang:
“I hate that we even have to make that determination. Lately, staff members have been pulling out some patients already in ER rooms when others arrive who are more critically ill.
No one likes to take someone out of the privacy of their room and say ‘we’re going to put you in a hallway because we need to get care to someone else.”
“We are hearing from members in every part of the country. The midwest, the South, the Northeast, the West – they are seeing the exact same phenomenon.”
Every single day, Dusang checks her Sparrow Health email hoping that she doesn’t receive another resignation letter from one of her nurses, but for many days that is just wishful thinking. Her staff is leaving too fast to find replacements.
“I cannot tell you how many of them tell me they went home crying [after their shift].