Huge blood-thinner increase for ICU-patients: 10-fold reduction in COVID-deaths
The hospital in my home town here in Belgium changed the COVID-treatment protocol after they experimented with a 3 times increase in blood thinners for ICU-patients. COVID-deaths in ICU reduced from around 40% to around 4%.
A link to the study:
Since I keep track of Chris’s Youtube videos for quite a while now and learned this knowledge weeks ago, I thought this already would have been standard treatment in most hospitals around the world by now. So I am wondering, what’s the standard COVID-treatment in US hospitals today?
yes, BLOOD THINNERS, HCQ can do this too.. but other at home stuff, asprin, garlic, lecithin, fish oil.. flax oil.
Standard treatment in the states is oxygen, thoughts and prayers as far as I can tell.
NordicJack any idea how much garlic should be taken daily, and would roast garlic do the trick or does it have to be raw?
If someone gets a DIC event (Disseminated intravascular Coagulation) the treatment is heparin. These events are autoimmune responses usually triggered by blood loss due to childbirth or trauma. The body responds by making millions of tiny clots which block the alveoli (air sacs) where the oxygen/CO2 exchange happen with the blood vessels. It may be part of the immune over kill of the virus or be part of its SOP. Not enough data.
Additional info that is pertinent : Israelis at Hebrew Univ. Jerusalem w Mt Sinai Hosp. NYC are using a cholesterol lowering drug from ’90s called fenofibrate to stop the lung damage of Covid as it blocks the fatty infiltration. Evidently somehow the virus harms by stopping normal fat metabolism. The vibrate drug blocks fatty acid synthesis. Helps explain why diabetes and obesity could be contributing factors. Beginning human trials.