What happens to a person with corona before he takes his...

Over the past 18 months, we have known a lot about the deadly “Corona”, with the exception of a “very terrifying” thing that happens to the injured in the days prior to the moment when he breaths his last in an intensive care unit in a hospital in general. Psychologically and physically painful days for the patient, and may terrify even those who listen in a video presented by “Al Arabiya.net” in which a description of its minute details was written by Dr. Scott Miscovich, who resides on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, and is active in it with the Premier Medical Group for medical research.

On Monday night, Dr. Miskovic appeared on ABC’s Hawaiian affiliate KITV4 and said, “In the worst case, you’ll die alone, with tubes in your stomach.” If you are lucky, you will come out alive and live with physical damage that changes your life forever, which is what we hear in the video transmitted below about the channel, which was liked by CNN TV to the point that it was also broadcast on its screen.

The announcer says in the video, quoting the doctor, that people go to the hospital when they have difficulty breathing, and if breathing treatment fails, the intensive care unit is the next alternative, where doctors liquefy the lung tissue, and then “intubate” the patient, that is, supplying his lungs with fluids You pass through the tubes “So he is put on his stomach to breathe with a tube, after he is anesthetized.. You are now anesthetized and paralyzed, and you lie on your stomach for 2 to 8 weeks, and in your bladder there are tubes stretched out, and you don’t see anyone in your family at all,” he said.

They see you die on video

The doctor continues his description of what is happening, stating that if the doctors feel that you will not recover, “they leave you to die alone (..) you will not be able to see your family, nor receive any visit, but they will make a phone call via FaceTime before disconnecting them from the life support respirator, For anyone to see you for the last time,” that is, as the participants in a conference or meeting see each other via video and the like.

But if you are lucky and survive, a disaster may await you, the summary of which is that you may become one of the 8% who recover and are unable to work, because you will return home with destroyed lung tissue, you always need oxygen therapy, because air may leak into your chest cavity during treatment due to the insertion of tubes .

In YouTube a large number of TV interviews with Dr. Meskowicz

Your kidneys also require washing from your medication intake. You may bud and form life-threatening blood clots because you lie in bed for weeks, “so the death rate (in this category of survivors) is 40% annually,” according to the research of the medical group with which the doctor is active, who advises you what is equal to life itself, which is to take the vaccine before To miss the train and be alone on the platform.

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