Gross Negligence and Medical Malfeasance Killing Patients in Hospitals, Not Covid – Nicole Sirotek, RN “I didn’t see a single patient die OF Covid.”

Sirotek addressed the Senate concerning care of patients during the COVID pandemic. As a flight nurse that could manage a ventilator, she became valuable on the frontlines in New York City in May 2020. Sirotek states that “the pandemic and the hysteria that was created from poor public health measure and poor execution of appropriate early intervention strategies and the handicapping of medical professionals doing their job has led to where we are right now and into the crisis we are in.”

“I didn’t see a single patient die of COVID. I’ve seen a substantial number of patients die of negligence and medical malfeasance.”

– Nicole Sirotek, RN

She continues, “what we saw on the frontlines, we knew what was happening. When we would ask for ibuprofen, they said no. It was contrary to care.” When the nurses would ask why patients weren’t being given steroids, they were told the hospital was just following orders. She believes it is the ‘orders’ they are following that has led to the increased number of deaths in hospitals, not Covid.

“I didn’t see a single patient die of COVID. I’ve seen a substantial number of patients die of negligence and medical malfeasance.”

She points out that pharmaceutical companies have “practiced” on minorities, the disadvantaged, and marginalized populations because they have no advocacy. The agencies that would have helped them were closed, due to “sheltering in place.”

Nurses saw that Remdesivir was killing patients. Sirotek believes that once someone has received their second dose of the poison, they have less than a 25% chance of survival. Sadly, use of Remdesivir has been incentivized by adding a 20% bonus to hospitals on the entire patient bill.

She recently advocated for a 10-year-old that was obviously having a heart attack. The doctor did not want to treat it as such because of his age. At her insistence, he agreed to do an EKG. The child was, in fact, having a heart attack. He had been vaccinated the previous day.

Those with vaccine injuries are being shamed instead of being cared for. The hospital is more worried about avoiding vaccine injury reporting than a caring for vaccine injured patient.

Sirotek states that “US healthcare has deteriorated to substandard third world healthcare.” She reasons patients are not getting basic needs met such as food and water. Once ventilated, a patient is denied those elements, bathing privileges, and even being turned.

The statement, “This is not a hospital. This is a concentration camp!” was met with applause from an audience of healthcare workers. And she went on to say that even prisoners are not allowed to be isolated beyond a certain amount of time. It has been proven to be horrible for mental health and considered inhumane. COVID patients are forced to go days without family and often must say their final goodbyes on a screen.

Common sense initiatives and treatment must be implemented. At this point, just humane protocols would be an improvement.


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