ER’s are Suddenly Filled with Seriously Ill

 But Not From COVID

Tiffani Dusang is the director of emergency and forensic nursing at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. As overworked nurses leave, she struggles to staff every shift and works hard to keep remaining nurses from burning out. (Lester Graham/Michigan Public Radio)

As I have been telling you all along, since day one, the covid19 is just the normal flu, relabeled as covid.  The deaths attributed to covid19 are few in number and just normal flu, influenza and attrition.  The serious incidence of serious illness and death started exactly in sync with the vaxx campaign in January, 2021.  The poisoning you get from the vaxx bears no resemblance to that associated with the fabricated covid19 disease symptoms, all resembling colds and flu.

The brand new covid-vaxx disease is altogether different in every way imaginable.  This is a blood clot disease that starts out with myocarditis, micro-clots in the heart, lungs and brain.  These micro-clots are just the first symptoms of a further evolving disease that can take up to two years to fully develop.  This blood clotting is from injection of graphene oxide into the bloodstream.  All of the eight available covid vaxx’s consist of a serum that is 99% graphene oxide.  There is no genius science going on here.

These so called vaxxines require about as much science as a drive to the local hardware store and purchasing a package of rat poison.  All of these fat-ass doctors sitting around congratulating themselves and patting each other’s backs are for window dressing.  Anyone could go to the store and buy rat poison.  It is not a scientific breakthrough.  The clever aspect of this ploy is that the graphene oxide poisoning is very slow acting, so they can distance the deaths from the injections and claim “it’s been too long since the injection, so this can’t be related to the vaxx.  It must be a new ‘variant’.

Wake up people, and look at what is happening all around you.  You have been lied to and you have swallowed the lie, hook, line and sinker.  How much longer are you going to suffer under your brain washing.  They are just now injecting 28 million children aged 5 -11 years in the US.  They also claim 80 million workers in the US are next to get injected.  Once injected, there is no antidote.  It is a one-way street to the morgue.  How fast are you going to reach the morgue?  It depends on how healthy you are when you receive the injection and the titer, the solution concentration, between your blood and the poison.  The more injection, the higher the titer, and the sooner you die.

At this point, the poisoning is advancing for many, closing in on one year (from January, 2021).  The vital organs of the bodies’ of the vaxx’d are becoming more and more contaminated with ever larger blood clots, as the poisoning progresses.  The weakest vital organ will fail first, and that’s it.

The Story from Sparrow Hospital follows, as an example:

An ambulance crew weaves a gurney through the halls of the emergency department at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. Overcrowding has forced staff members to triage patients, putting some in the waiting rooms, and treating others on stretchers and chairs in the halls. (Lester Graham/Michigan Public Radio)

Signs of medical apocalypse are surfacing in hospital ERs across the country. The system is being overwhelmed with seriously ill patients that do not have COVID. Blood clots, heart conditions, abdominal pain and respiratory problems are common. Medical Technocrats remain silent. 

Inside the emergency department at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan, staff members are struggling to care for patients showing up much sicker than they’ve ever seen.

Tiffani Dusang, the ER’s nursing director, practically vibrates with pent-up anxiety, looking at patients lying on a long line of stretchers pushed up against the beige walls of the hospital hallways. “It’s hard to watch,” she said in a warm Texas twang.

But there’s nothing she can do. The ER’s 72 rooms are already filled.

“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,” Dusang said.

The scene is a stark contrast to where this emergency department — and thousands of others — were at the start of the pandemic. Except for initial hot spots like New York City, in spring 2020 many ERs across the country were often eerily empty. Terrified of contracting covid-19, people who were sick with other things did their best to stay away from hospitals. Visits to emergency rooms dropped to half their typical levels, according to the Epic Health Research Network, and didn’t fully rebound until this summer.

But now, they’re too full. Even in parts of the country where covid isn’t overwhelming the health system, patients are showing up to the ER sicker than before the pandemic, their diseases more advanced and in need of more complicated care.

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.

But they can hardly be accommodated. Emergency departments, ideally, are meant to be brief ports in a storm, with patients staying just long enough to be sent home with instructions to follow up with primary care physicians, or sufficiently stabilized to be transferred “upstairs” to inpatient or intensive care units.

Except now those long-term care floors are full too, with a mix of covid and non-covid patients. People coming to the ER get warehoused for hours, even days, forcing ER staffers to perform long-term care roles they weren’t trained to do.

At Sparrow, space is a valuable commodity in the ER: A separate section of the hospital was turned into an overflow unit. Stretchers stack up in halls. A row of brown reclining chairs lines a wall, intended for patients who aren’t sick enough for a stretcher but are too sick to stay in the main waiting room.

Forget privacy, Alejos Perrientoz learned when he arrived. He came to the ER because his arm had been tingling and painful for over a week. He couldn’t hold a cup of coffee. A nurse gave him a full physical exam in a brown recliner, which made him self-conscious about having his shirt lifted in front of strangers. “I felt a little uncomfortable,” he whispered. “But I have no choice, you know? I’m in the hallway. There’s no rooms.

“We could have done the physical in the parking lot,” he added, managing a laugh.

Even patients who arrive by ambulance are not guaranteed a room: One nurse runs triage, screening those who absolutely need a bed, and those who can be put in the waiting area.

“I hate that we even have to make that determination,” Dusang said. Lately, staff members have been pulling out some patients already in the ER’s 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.’”

A medical student from the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University consults with a patient in the hallway of Sparrow Hospital’s emergency department in Lansing, Michigan. (Lester Graham/Michigan Public Radio)

ER Patients Have Grown Sicker

“We are hearing from members in every part of the country,” said Dr. Lisa Moreno, president of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. “The Midwest, the South, the Northeast, the West … they are seeing this exact same phenomenon.”

Although the number of ER visits returned to pre-covid levels this summer, admission rates, from the ER to the hospital’s inpatient floors, are still almost 20% higher. That’s according to the most recent analysis by the Epic Health Research Network, which pulls data from more than 120 million patients across the country.

“It’s an early indicator that what’s happening in the ED is that we’re seeing more acute cases than we were pre-pandemic,” said Caleb Cox, a data scientist at Epic.

Less acute cases, such as people with health issues like rashes or conjunctivitis, still aren’t going to the ER as much as they used to. Instead, they may be opting for an urgent care center or their primary care doctor, Cox explained. Meanwhile, there has been an increase in people coming to the ER with more serious conditions, like strokes and heart attacks.

So, even though the total number of patients coming to ERs is about the same as before the pandemic, “that’s absolutely going to feel like [if I’m an ER doctor or nurse] I’m seeing more patients and I’m seeing more acute patients,” Cox said.

Moreno, the AAEM president, works at an emergency department in New Orleans. She said the level of illness, and the inability to admit patients quickly and move them to beds upstairs, has created a level of chaos she described as “inhumane.”

Another Report Comes in on the Topic

Something Really Strange Is Happening At Hospitals All Over America

In a year that has been filled with so many mysteries already, I have another very odd one to share with you.  Emergency rooms are filled to overflowing all over America, and nobody can seem to explain why this is happening.  Right now, the number of new COVID cases in the United States each day is less than half of what it was just a couple of months ago.  That is really good news, and many believe that this is a sign that the pandemic is fading.  Let us hope that is true.  With less people catching the virus, you would think that would mean that our emergency rooms should be emptying out, but the opposite is actually happening.  All across the country, emergency rooms are absolutely packed, and in many cases we are seeing seriously ill patients being cared for in the hallways because all of the ER rooms are already full.

Let me give you an example of what I am talking about.  The following comes from an article entitled “ERs Are Swamped With Seriously Ill Patients, Although Many Don’t Have Covid”

Inside the emergency department at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan, staff members are struggling to care for patients showing up much sicker than they’ve ever seen.

Tiffani Dusang, the ER’s nursing director, practically vibrates with pent-up anxiety, looking at patients lying on a long line of stretchers pushed up against the beige walls of the hospital hallways. “It’s hard to watch,” she said in a warm Texas twang.

But there’s nothing she can do. The ER’s 72 rooms are already filled.

Can anyone explain why this is happening?

If the number of COVID cases was starting to spike again, it would make sense for emergency rooms to be overflowing.

But at this particular hospital in Michigan, we are being told that some of the main things that are being treated include “abdominal pain”, “respiratory problems”, “blood clots” and “heart conditions”

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.

That mention of “heart conditions” immediately got my attention, because I have been seeing this so much in the news recently.

For instance, a high school senior in Pennsylvania just dropped dead from “a sudden cardiac incident”

The high school soccer manager ‘greatly enjoyed’ his team’s championship victory Saturday. Later that evening, he was dead.

Now, late student Blake Barklage’s high school is mourning his untimely death. As 6ABC in Philly reports, the tragedy occurred at La Salle College High School in Montgomery County, Pa.

In a letter to parents, the school announced that the senior died after ‘a sudden cardiac incident’ Saturday night.

Elsewhere in the same state, an otherwise healthy 12-year-old boy just suddenly died because of an issue with his coronary artery…

As family and friends grieve, the cause of death is in for a 12-year-old taken way too soon while warming up for school basketball practice.

As TribLive in Pittsburgh reports, Jayson Kidd, 12, of Bridgeville, Pa., died of natural causes involving his coronary artery, according to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Heart problems kill elderly people all the time, but it is odd that so many healthy young people have been having these problems.

Over the weekend, Barcelona striker Sergio Aguero suddenly collapsed on the pitch during a match.

He was later diagnosed with “a cardiac arrhythmia”

Sergio “Kun” Aguero, a striker for the Barcelona soccer team, has been diagnosed with a cardiac arrhythmia after collapsing during Saturday’s match against Alaves.

The 33-year-old Argentinian was examined by medical staff at the stadium before being taken to a nearby hospital where he is still waiting to undergo further examination.

Just two days later, a match in Norway was brought to a screeching halt after a player experienced “cardiac arrest” right in the middle of a match…

A football match in Norway’s second division was halted on Monday after Icelandic midfielder Emil Pálsson suffered a cardiac arrest during play.

The 28-year-old Sogndal player suffered the attack as the game against Stjordals-Blink entered the 12th minute, his club said in a statement.

I have been seeing so many stories like this.

So why are so many young people suddenly having such serious problems with their hearts?

Can anyone out there explain this to me?

What to Do?

There is absolutely no reason to do anything, if you have escaped the injection so far.  There is no threat of illness for you.  The original fake covid19 is not a threat.  The existing threat is only from the vaxxine itself.  If you are not sure about what your next move should be, there is no reason to make the next move at this time.  If you wait this out another month or two, you are going to see the undeniable truth with your own eyes and probably see Fauci swinging from a noose around his neck.  Be patient, and things will become obvious for you.  Because they are so desperate to get you to accept the injection by their deadline, this should make you suspicious and very very worried.