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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Need. The vaccine is good but they are only giving it to the health care workers not to the public. They occupied territories are also expecting to receive thirty seven thousand doses of the pfizer biontech vaccine through the world health organization's kovacs game in mid february in the us freshman new york congressman jamaal bowman called on israel to vaccinate all palestinians. He wrote quote as a black man living in america. I know the feeling of being neglected by my government and society a feeling like a second class citizen or not a citizen at all bowman said in other news from the region serbian turkey of condemned. Monday's establishment of diplomatic relations between israel and kosovo serbia objects to israel's recognition of kosovo's statehood is part of the deal while turkey says kosovo's plan to open an embassy in jerusalem is a violation of international law. Costa vos to be the third country after the us in guatemala and the first muslim majority one to open an embassy in jerusalem. Costa will also recognize his bala as a terrorist. group has part of the agreement. The normalization deal was announced by former president trump last september in mexico immigrant rights in mexico immigration agents are under investigation for their possible involvement in the massacre of nineteen people in the northern state of thomas eight thus the nineteen bodies were found shot and charged in town near the us mexico border in january relatives of asylum seekers from guatemala. Say they believe some of the dead could be their loved ones including teenagers who were trying to reach the. Us only four bodies have been identified to guatemalan to where mexican back in the united states. Bezos has announced. He's stepping down as ceo of amazon. The one point seven trillion dollar company with the founded in one thousand nine hundred ninety four basis romaine is executive chair and the company's biggest shareholder. Jeff bezos is now worth about one hundred eighty five billion dollars after personally making over seventy billion dollars since the start of the pandemic. Jeff bezos will be succeeded in july. By andy jesse who runs amazon's cloud computing division in a two thousand eighteen interview with pbs frontline. Jesse dismissed concerns about amazon's market monopoly and the antitrust push against the company. We have a relatively tiny share. The overall market segments in the categories in which we operate and. I think the other thing to remember is that consumers and customers have a choice on where they spend their money simply because amazon decides to pursue a market segment doesn't mean that customers spend their money. There jesse also defended amazon's decision to sell facial recognition software to police departments and foreign governments in the interview though amazon announced last summer it was banning police use of their facial recognition technology for one year. And it's the historic black lives matter and anti police brutality uprising in related news. I'm john will pay delivery drivers a settlement of sixty one point seven million dollars. After a federal trade commission probe founded stole tips from its amazon flex drivers over two and a half years amazon used the tips earned by flex drivers hourly workers who do not receive any benefits and make deliveries in their own vehicles to pay their wages in south florida to fbi agents were fatally shot and three others wounded tuesday morning and one of the deadly shootings in the agency's history. The officers were shot while executing a search warrant in a child abuse case the subject of the investigation was found dead apparently barricaded himself inside an complex in missouri. A thirty nine year old black father died in the parking lot of a hospital. After repeatedly being denied treatment david bell was turned away twice from the barnes jewish hospital days before his death despite reporting severe chest pain on january twelfth. He was denied proper treatment for third time and died minutes later s. His wife pushed him back to their car in a wheelchair. David bell was a father of three and worked as board director at the local fire and rescue center and here in new york. Anti-sex worker law commonly known as the walking while trans ban has been repealed marking a major victory for sex workers and transgender advocates who've been pressuring state officials for years the law which prohibited loitering for the purpose of sex work to the disproportionate criminalization police harassment and arrests of black and brown trans people. And those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I made me good. We begin today's show in where military seized power monday in a coup ousting the de facto leader aung sun chi earlier today burmese police charged the former nobel peace prize laureate as well as burma's destroys president when mint hundreds of lawmakers activists and human rights defenders have also been detained since monday's coup telecommunications have been cut in parts of burma which the military kohl's myanmar on tuesday night opponents of the ku protested by banging pots and pans outside their windows.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News. I'm any Han 50 million Covert vaccines have been distributed in the U. S. And only 29 million have been administered. But West Virginia has been a model of efficiency. Governor Jim Justice on ABC this week says That's because their plan is modular. We had to take the vaccines to the people rather than bring the people to the vaccine, and you know so There's just just felt a lot of work, but it's just it's just practical smarts. Meanwhile, 10 congressional Republicans are looking to negotiate President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan lower, proposing a $600 billion plan that would cut the $15 minimum wage but still keep $160 billion for covert vaccine development and distribution. And online broker Robin Hood's is starting Monday. New traders and Gamestop can only buy one share until further notice. Gamestop shares skyrocketed last week after a group of individual investors bought up the stock. This is ABC News. Black Americans have a mortality rate that's 24% higher than White Americans, according to the American Medical Association. And that's because doctors don't address the pain levels of black patients in Missouri, A woman says her husband died in the parking lot of a hospital that refused to admit him, Sadie L says she took her husband, David, to Barnes Jewish Hospital in ST Peter's twice the week of January 8th because he had chest pains, she says both times staff did not admit him and told him to take ibuprofen. What had trouble breathing at work. His fellow firefighters took him to the hospital. Sadie Bell says she arrived and found him outside in a wheelchair. Well, ma'am, he's already been here. Twice with same thing, and we already diagnosed him as they walked to the car. He collapsed and died or in Jewish hospital told kmov. They could not share details on the case because of privacy laws, but in a statement said their thoughts were with the family after this loss. Brian Clark ABC News, It's widely found that African American and Hispanic communities have been disproportionately hurt by Cove. It Unique, hon. ABC News. I'm Dr.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Afternoon. 6 30 K. H O W. Denver ABC News and Lionel Moyes. Snow has started falling in Chicago, a major winter storm expected to slam much of the country from the Midwest to the Northeast. At least eight people were hurt after a car slammed into a Houston grocery store. Police say the driver showed signs of intoxication. A case of the South African Corona virus variant has been reported in Maryland. The CDC now requiring negative code 19 tests for anyone traveling into the country from another country, even US citizens that could also soon apply to domestic flight. The CDC says. It is actively looking at that, too, and that worries much of the travel industry overnight, Some big trade group sent a letter to the White House saying, given the strong scientific evidence that the risk of covert 19 transmission on board an aircraft is very low. We believe that a testing requirement for domestic air travel is unwarranted. They also believe That the costs and consequences would outweigh any potential benefits. ABC News Transportation correspondent Joe Benitez. This is ABC News. Alarming stats from the American Medical Association shows Black Americans have a mortality rate 24% higher than White Americans, The group says. That's caused in part by doctors not addressing the pain levels of black patients. Missouri woman says her husband died in the parking lot of a hospital. They refused to admit him three times. ABC is Brian Clark. Katie Bell says she took her husband, David, to Barnes Jewish Hospital in ST Peter's twice the week of January 8th because he had chest pains. Jesus, both times staff did not admit him and told him to take ibuprofen. When he had trouble breathing at work. His fellow firefighters took him to the hospital. Sadie Bell says she arrived and found him outside in a wheelchair, ma'am, he's already been here. Twice with same thing, and we already diagnosed him and as they walked to the car, he collapsed and died. Barnes Jewish Hospital told KMOV. They could not share details on the case because of privacy laws, but in a statement said their thoughts were with the family after this loss. Brian Clark ABC NEWS I'm lying on Louise ABC News What's in store this weekend Staples printing you new signs for the Times. Get back to business with custom printed signs and sales materials. Staples has hundreds of designs to choose from or just upload your own. And now it's staples. Get 25% off custom fliers,.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on KOMO

"South Carolina Republicans issuing a formal censure a kind of official condemnation to Congressman Tom Rice to show disapproval over his vote in support of the second impeachment of President Trump. Rice was among the 10 Republican House members who joined Democrats over the attack on the capital. Another incident that leads to questions about whether hospital employees take seriously the higher mortality rate of black people in the U. S. This one in Missouri, Sadie Bell says she took her husband, David, to Barnes Jewish Hospital in ST Peter's twice the week of January 8th because he had chest pains, she says both Times staff did not admit him and told him to take ibuprofen. When he had trouble breathing. It work. His fellow firefighters took him to the hospital. Sadie Bell says she arrived and found him outside in a wheelchair, ma'am, he's already been here. Twice with same thing, and we already diagnosed him and as they walked to the car, he collapsed and died. Barnes Jewish Hospital told KMOV. They could not share details on the case because of privacy laws, but in a statement said their thoughts are with the family after this loss. Brian Clark, ABC NEWS United Nations chief, calling for global rules to regulate powerful social media companies like Twitter and Facebook. I do not think that we can live in a world where too much power is given. Were reduced number of companies. And, uh, I must say that I'm particularly worried with the power that they already have U. N chief Antonio Guterres. This is ABC News on this is common news 1000 FM 97 7. We have come a traffic every 10 minutes on the fours. Evan Smith joins us with the latest in the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Yes. In Seattle. There's a march on First Avenue and, yes, Lor Way blocking the North bound Elaine's. He's caution and seek alternative routes through the area. Meanwhile, eastbound 5 20 still closed between Montlake Boulevard in 84th Avenue northeast for road work until Monday morning, and that's causing just a bit of excess volume on South Bound five just after the 5 20 interchange. Our next couple. Traffic is up for 14 Abby. A Cockney.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Bigger. One of the most emotional ministry experiences I have ever had was that Barnes Jewish Hospital here in ST Louis. One of our members at Bethlehem Lutheran Church had just had a baby. Normally this would be a happy and joyous occasion. But in this case, it was a very worried someone. See that baby was born four months early. The prognosis was not good. And I was asked to come and baptize the baby and spend some time with her. As her future was unpredictable. Arrived at the hospital and made my way up to the nick. You Because I walked in and greeted the family. I walked up to the smallest child to date that I have ever seen in my life. Child who could barely fit in the palm of anyone's hands. I lightly stroke her head. And I used an eyedropper to baptize, sir, in the name of the father, the son and the Holy Spirit. And that day with many unknowns ahead. The very certain promise of God who was bestowed on that child. And as I left the hospital in tears. I realized that if God's purpose for me to become a pastor was simply to baptize that child And it was worth it. See the thing about life in Christ. Is that you see, often times What you experience. Is bigger than you. What you experience is actually God showing himself to his people. It wasn't about you. After all, it was it was about him and the work that he was doing through you and in you Daniel 6. 26 chose God doing something bigger. And Daniel being an alliance, then God takes that one experience that Daniel had. And God magnifies it. God moves. King Darius is hard to declare in every part of the kingdom that people fear and know the God of Daniel. God touches lives through Daniel God makes his family bigger. Through the faithfulness of Daniel. So instead of the rallying cry of, I wish I was bigger. We got to thank God. Helping us to realize. That he is bigger. And we can soak in his promises that fill us up. Until the pencil marks are needed. No more. And we go to enter our rest with him. In Jesus name..

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That the starfish one getting any bigger on its own. Instead, the starfish would soak up all the water into its pours, It would fill it up. And it would go to the size that I had seen with my eyes. It was never the starfish actually getting bigger. It was the water entering the starfish that gave it its size. See Daniel understood that though he was lowered into the lion's pit There stood another with him. That he liked us was just a miserable little dried up creature on the night stand, not not capable of anything not useful for anything that he would never get any bigger. But what Daniel knew was that God was with him If God poured out his spirit into Daniel than it would fill him up, and he would be able to stand in the lion spit because there was another who was subjected to be lowered into the pit. There was another who was made to face the Lions of death. There was another who Had a large rock rolled against it as it was to be a tomb. There was another who had the tomb sealed and shut. That was another who say they're all day. Friday? All day Saturday and all night Saturday night, But early Sunday morning rolls again And when that woman ran to the tomb when the woman ran and we're panicking, and they said, Where did they take Jesus, Just like when King Darius woke up after a sleepless night, and he screamed to Daniel Daniel, servant of God, whom you serve continually. God, has he Rescued you from the Lions. Daniel, just like Jesus lived because the living God is bigger than the lions bigger than sin bigger than death bigger than the devil. The living God who's able to part the Red Sea who's able to cause giants to fall who's able to cause cities to crumble and the mouth of lions to be shut that living God who is bigger, who is greater that is the god whom we call savior. And most of all. His plans are bigger. One of the most emotional ministry experiences I have ever had was at Barnes Jewish Hospital. Here in ST Louis. One of our members at Bethlehem Lutheran Church had just had a baby. Normally this would be a happy and joyous occasion. But in this case, it was a very worried someone. See that baby was born four months early. The prognosis was not good. I was asked to come and baptize the baby and spend some time with her. As her future was unpredictable. I arrived at the hospital and made my way up to the nick. You As I walked in and greeted the family. Walked up to the smallest child to date that I had ever seen in my life. A child who could barely fit in the palm of anyone's hands. Lightly stroked her head. I used an eyedropper to baptize, sir, in the name of the father, the son and the Holy Spirit. And that day with many unknowns ahead. The very certain promise of God was bestowed on that child. As I left the hospital in tears. I realized that if God's purpose for me to become a pastor was simply to baptize that child And it was worth it. See the thing about life in Christ. Is that you see, often times What you experience is bigger than you. What you experience is actually God showing himself to his people. It wasn't about you. After all, it was it was about him and the work that he was doing through you and in you Daniel 6. 26 chose God doing something bigger. And Daniel being an alliance, then God takes that one experience that Daniel had. And got magnifies it. God moves King Darius his heart to declare in every part of the kingdom that people fear and know the God of Daniel. God touches lives through Daniel God makes his family bigger. Through the faithfulness of Daniel. So instead of the rallying cry of, I wish I was bigger. We gotta thank God. Helping us to realize that he is bigger. And we can soak in his promises that fill us up. Until the pencil marks are needed. No more. And we go to enter our rest with him. In Jesus name..

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Short Wave

"Okay John so ventilators are machines that basically help a patient breathed when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going right right. Mattie I mean sometimes they just help a person breathe. Sometimes they pretty much take over all of the effort of breathing. I actually talked with Dr Tiffany Osborne. About how ventilators work. She's a critical care specialist at Washington University in St Louis. And she's been taking care of cove in nineteen patients at Barnes. Jewish hospital there. She told me that putting a patient on a breathing machine is a pretty extreme measure. We give sedation so that the person goes to sleep and then we provide a paralytic at stops there breathing next into bait you. That's where they insert this long plastic tube through the trachea and the vocal cords and that allows a machine to send these puffs of highly oxygenated air to your lungs. So it's not like an oxygen mask it's actually a tube in your throat directly delivering air to your lungs right and so. I have to imagine that can be like pretty tough on your body right. Yeah it can be. I mean here's what Osborne says. The ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on. How much pressure is required to help? Oxygen get processed by the lungs and she says Kobe nineteen patients often need these dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because the virus causes so much inflammation in their lungs. So how effective are these ventilators John? Unfortunately not as effective as we'd like Doctors in China and the UK the US. They're all reporting death. Rates that range from over fifty percent to more than eighty percent. And here's what Osborne says. We're not sure how much help layers are going to be. They may help. Keep somebody alive in the short term. We're not sure if it's going to help someone alive in the long term. It's very concerning to see how many patients who require ventilation do not make it out of the hospital. How many of them die? So this is all early research. But it's Kinda disturbing. Yeah Wow wow so why is that? Why do we think so? Many patients on ventilators die. Not a not one answer. Ventilators can work really well for patients who have these common forms of pneumonia but the corona virus often. It does a lot more lung damage than say the flu and in some patients the damage is so bad. That even ventilation doesn't seem to help you know and also the longer patients remain on a breathing machine. The more likely they are to die. Is that because people with the most severe cases tend to be unventilated the longest or that being on a ventilator messes up the lungs more. It's both of those also. There's this big risk from being on a ventilator which is that the tube carrying Erin oxygen to the lungs provides this pathway for dangerous germs so many ventilated patients get a new lung infection problem. That's called ventilator associated pneumonia right right because you normally the air you breathe gets filtered through your nose and there's physical barriers like hairs mucus and your music has a chance to grab some of those germs on the way in but in this case you're introducing air directly into your lungs exactly. Okay okay so let's talk about those who do survive and what their recovery looks like. Yeah well I talked to Dr Anne Bellinghausen at the University of California San Diego and she told me that some Kobe. Nineteen survivors will never recover completely. Unfortunately oftentimes when they're coming off the ventilator. It's not the same person as who went on the ventilator. They have this condition that's called post. Icu Syndrome. And it can produce. These long term disabilities Bellinghausen says most patients start out like so weak that they are nearly helpless that whole time in the ICU. They're losing muscle. Mass people lose twenty thirty forty pounds over a week or two ACU and she says on top of that you have a lot of patients who have organ damage. People can have injuries to their lungs or scarring in their lungs. Sometimes kidneys are impacted but really any organ can suffer injury in the ICU yet. Even the brain bellinghausen says one reason is the kind of drugs. They used to keep patients sedated while they're on a ventilator the other thing is that patients who have bad lung disease often have times when they're oxygen level is very low and that also causes damage to the brain and John. I mean after having trouble breathing and then being sedated with a tube down your throat I have to imagine. There's got to be an emotional impact to write like. I'm sure I would be really freaked out by this process. Yeah anybody would be absolutely. I mean you're talking about patients who already may be delirious from fever from sedatives. Then they find themselves. They're trapped in this scary noisy place and they're connected to machines that have taken control over pretty much all of their bodily functions and then if someone resists they may actually be forcibly restrained for their own protection and Bellinghausen says all of those things together can make someone kinda paranoid. They really think that all these efforts that we're doing in the ICU. To try to save their life maybe trying to harm them and so people come out of the ICU with pretty profound symptoms of PTSD sometimes post traumatic stress disorder. While John this is this is awful. I had no idea about this. Sounds really tough. Both for the patient and for like the medical professionals yet. Some doctors told me that it's it's for the patient. It can be like being in combat or being the victim of a violent assault but bellinghausen says there are some covert nineteen survivors. Who Make it through all of this and do recover over time? So remember David Williams. The Marine we heard from earlier told me he was I waking up and they were getting ready to take him off the ventilator he had almost no control of his arms or legs and he was really thirsty. All the time and being thirsty. That's a pretty common. You know symptom for patients that are on a ventilator right. Yeah it is. Your mouth gets really parts. You've got this tube in there and for David. He couldn't drink yet because he still had the tube down his throat so this nurse gave him this damp swabbed that he was supposed to suck on. It took me like five or six minutes. Just pick that thing up to get my fingers acting on it and my brain telling my hand to lift it up and you know to put it in my mouth. David is a lot better now. He can feed himself he can. Ap can do most things but he still having problems with his memory and with thinking. I mean he's struggling with things like remembering computer passwords and and sometimes even finishing sentences. It was hard for me to try and recall things or Laura because like right now it takes me a while to think about the words. I need to be able to say now but I'm slowly getting it back. Yeah so you know. As he's recovering. David is having to figure out ways to sort of work around his limitations that said he started the process of going back to his job as veterans service coordinator at the University of Central Arkansas. Wow this is. This is a lot John. I remember when I first heard your reporting on this. I think it kind of shook me because there's been so much. Focus on availability of these ventilators in. It just felt like if we could get enough of them to the right places people would be. Yeah okay yeah that Kinda was thinking and you know to be fair. Ventilators are really important. They can save lives. David Williams probably wouldn't be around anymore if he hadn't been on one but what I've learned is that they're not a panacea for some people. This virus is so profoundly damaging to the body that even the most advanced medical technology isn't enough and when it does save someone they may have to deal with long term damage not only from the virus but also from the technology that kept them alive. Okay John Thank you so much for sharing reporting with us. It is super difficult to hear but important now I appreciate.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Ventilator report from NPR intensive care units at Barnes Jewish hospital in St Louis are filling up with corona virus patients and doctor Tiffany Osborne has been caring for many of those have been placed on ventilators to keep them alive it's very concerning to see how many patients who require ventilation do not make it out of the hospital how many of them die I was born as a critical care specialist at Washington University School of medicine she says doctors in China and Europe and elsewhere in the U. S. are reporting death rates from about fifty percent to more than eighty percent we're not sure how much help generators are going to be they may help keep somebody alive in the short term we're not sure if it's going to help keep someone alive in a long term patients end up on a ventilator when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going because one says it's an extreme measure we get sedation so that the person goes to sleep and then we provide a paralytic it stops their breathing answered a long plastic tube through the trachea and vocal cords that allows the machine to deliver puffs of highly oxygenated air to the lungs the ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on how much pressure is required to help oxygen get processed by the launched an Osborne says coronavirus patients often need dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because their lungs have so much inflammation also ventilators create a path for a wide range of infections to reach the lungs Dr Meghan how deciding is a pulmonary critical care doctor at Hofstra Northwell school of medicine in New York she says ventilators work really well for patients with common forms of pneumonia we treat patients for several days and then we get the antibiotics into the body and the patient recovers unfortunately with this code associated pneumonia there are no treatments that we know work for sure so how do you Saturday who spoke to me from just outside of an intensive care unit says ventilators are of limited value wow for the amount of noise the M. five M. has been making about him this is a sentence very creepy yeah now we know a little more than we know a lot of people are put on ventilators very quickly with the mass not intubated with the mask in order to keep anything they might be exhaling out of the hospital air once you go to intimation it sounds like you're dead sounds like it to me too which is what trump was indicating trump isn't really pushing this drug and trying not to be too big he didn't bring up to eighty percent death rate listed just a little more follow up information is not much but it's part two here says ventilators are of limited value we have had several patients between the hospitals across the north will have systems that have come off of the breeding machine but the vast majority are unable to how does IT says one reason is that the coronavirus often does a lot more lung damage than say the flu there is fluid and other toxic chemicals cytokines we call them raging throughout the long tissue she says in some patients the damage is so bad that even ventilation won't help so they've tried an even more extreme measure called ECMO which delivers oxygen directly to a patient's bloodstream remember echo two is a life supporting treatment so it's a bridge while we are allowing the loan to heal itself from an ammonia if it can Dr Tiffany Osborne says that what doctors are learning about severe coronavirus infections should make it crystal clear what we all need to take steps to keep the virus from spreading I know that at times it gets frustrating but it's really important not just for yourself and your family but for the the other people that you care about to shelter in place until this is over one should know when she's not at the hospital she is living in a camper to avoid putting her family at risk this is rather concerning Anna and I'll add to that that the doctor guide watch all of his videos he said in another PC said that it looked like the he said he's never been to Mount Everest but he said he could imagine the way people look when they get put on the ventilator is that they need oxygen like to get dropped off at the twenty thousand feet on the summit somewhere and just don't have enough oxygen they like to go on blue in the face and then but he felt that the pressure was actually hurting their large this is concerning because this is new information it isn't official it's just kind of floating out there and win and now we have to find out about it and speculated that the idea this is you cannot trust the government and the media anymore it's not it's but it's really nothing now it's it's it's just insulting to watch especially after we had to go to this back and forth with trump and Cuomo about all we need thirty thousand forty thousand ventilators which is you would otherwise you're gonna just death sentence for like you know thirty or forty thousand people with no explanation all we hear is the word ventilator well ventilated says sounds like a good thing they had did not get out with it but you know semi comatose state and then to paralyze your lungs so you can't breathe and then shove this tube down your throat through your vocal cords and then push error in there but we're using pressure what could possibly go wrong it did what could possibly go over proper to M. yeah it was sold let's just continue with some of the complete lack of information so do we just back to data testing I'm starting to figure it out I've had we have as it turns out once again many producers who either work in labs have spouses who work in a lab to understand the I say the essays I'm learning all these terms the Eliza which is the test that we're currently working on which is the enzyme linked immunosorbent assay A. SS eight Y. essay so these are all studies and although they are now coming with the P. C. are in the Q. P. C. R. and the how what's the I forget the other name of the test to date they pretty much test for a corona virus not specifically the sars coronavirus dash to which means a lot of this testing could be a false positive for something that you have that may not be the actual coronavirus strain that today is apparently the killer so that leaves a lot of room for error in what we're doing especially since it's clearly the gates foundation driving the data driving the numbers in fact driving the narrative this needs to be looked at very closely and we can't count on the media to do it so we can deconstruct media other than okay they suck now is do so over own work and I got four clips here from Burke's Deborah Burke's two is also all in on the gates foundation so it's getting kind of disturbing when you see how many people are connected so testing which is your trying to use testing now to understand who has it if you're positive whatever that means it I guess now it's if you have a sniffle and you have maybe a cold which could be a corona virus not the one we're talking about certainly not the L. strain something else that is just not being tracked which strains are are people infected in with V. testing will also be used to find out who was had the corona virus and if you've built up antibodies and this is important to understand because this is how we're going to be released either the miracle game changer hydroxy core Quinn does the job it seems like there's a lot of pushback within tired with governors for beating an entire state to use it and trump just keeps hammering it over and over again this seems to be reluctance that could also be because there's commercial versions but I think it's black women or Alec when Packwood Packwood Lynn this is a height which is a hydroxy core Quinn by brand name I guess they don't have it who knows what's going on but the other part is the testing and testing is very inconsistent and is open to interpretation is not being made here's Burke's what we're trying to waiting right now and instead of working on are are not we're looking at testing and triangulated in testing test positive cases hospitalizations icy use on the whole and the course the recoveries because that's also very important to us I think it's very important that the American people know that there are equal number of states with less than five percent positive despite high levels of testing so there are states that are mitigating and making this work they're also the state that you know the eighteen states that have the larger outbreaks and we're watching them very carefully triangulated for them all of the information to ensure that clients who come to the hospital are cared for this leaves an interpretation open she says it's because of mitigation the states have a much lower a positive test rate I'm not so sure that's the only interpretation it's also possible that there's a completely different strain in the eighteen city she mentioned I didn't know this was a thing the eighteen cities the states oh St I'm sorry states I do I don't understand how she can say that's just because of mitigation I think it's possible we're dealing with port cities that may have been infected with something more severe different strain something different altogether we know for a fact there's a strange minimum yes eight this talk of forty but the main to the cheese yeah well they mutate mutate so that's that's to be expected it mutates but you know the main to the S. strain and the L. strain maybe that was distributed and that kind of fits the theory of carriers were sent out the from China into Europe in the United States could be I don't know what I do I'm not just gonna dismiss mitigate mitigation as the answer to that there's some good news which went entirely unreported but the bottom line is and I think going into this weekend it's really important for the American people tough to know this Spain and Italy are moving through this they are seeing their number of cases drop they're seeing the number of people in hospitals drop we are about on our models and on the actual data about twelve days behind them okay so that should be celebrated is pretty darn good news if there's a twelve day Lagan we're gonna be in the same place Italy's not talking about let's leave it lessening restrictions I would that's that's sounds like a really good news to me and no one really picked up on it I guess we can point the terror to continue the worse than that here's the yes in order to get this is there going to be a common theme this is this is also from the briefing there was this was the Steven Hahn he's the FTA things ahead of the FDA and he spells out very clearly that there's probably going to be a test before anybody can go back to work.

Barnes Jewish hospital St Louis Tiffany Osborne China Europe NPR Washington University School o
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"Thing. This is some creepy shit. He's doing here out of context without the video. It's like hey kids bad know better. The best with what Z? Pack as we call the KIDS WANNA Z pack hydroxy chloroquine. Try It if you'd like the other thing. If you have a heart condition I understand probably you stay away from the pack. But that's an antibiotic it can clean out the lungs. The lungs are a point of attack for this horrible virus but when you have a ventilator don't ask the answer because I hate it if you have it and it's working beautifully. I don't like the answer because it's not a very high percentage so I wanNA keep them out of ventilators. I WANNA keep them if we if this drug works it will be not a game changing because that's not a nice enough term. It will be wonderful. It'll be so beautiful. It'll be a gift from heaven and it works because when people go into those ventilators you know the answers. I know the answers and I'm glad you don't write about it Mike Klis Holy Crap. So that confirms that ventilators. A death sentence well. He's glad nobody writes about it but apparently that's not true with NPR clip one here about it a ventilator report from NPR. The intensive care units at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St Louis are filling up with corona virus patients and Dr Tiffany. Osborne has been caring for many of those who've been placed on ventilators to keep them alive. It's very concerning to see how many patients who require ventilation do not make it out of the hospital. How many of them die? Osborne is a critical care specialist at Washington University School of Medicine. She says doctors in China and Europe and elsewhere in the US are reporting death rates from about fifty percent to more than eighty percent. We're not sure how much help violators are GONNA be. They may help. Keep somebody alive in the short term. We're not sure if it's going to help someone alive. In the long term patients end up on a ventilator when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going. Osborne says it's an extreme measure. We give sedation so that the person goes to sleep and then we provide a paralytic at stops there. Breathing insert a long plastic tube through the trachea and vocal courts at allows a machine to deliver puffs of highly oxygenated air to the lungs. The ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on. How much pressure is required to help? Oxygen get processed by the launch. Osborne says corona virus patients often dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because their lungs have so much inflammation. Also ventilators create a path for a wide range of infections to reach the lungs. Dr Negative Haji. Day is a pulmonary critical. Care doctor at Hofstra School of Medicine in New York. She says Ben laters work really well for patients with common forms of pneumonia retreat patients for several days. And then we get the antibiotics into the body. The patient recovers unfortunately with this. Kobe associated. Pneumonia. There are no treatments that we know work for sure. So how'd you decide who spoke to me from just outside of an intensive care unit says ventilators are of limited value for the amount of noise? The M Five M has been making about him. This is a very creepy. Yeah now we know we know. A lot of people are put on ventilators. Very quickly with a mass. Not Intimated with a mask in order to keep anything they might be exhaling out of the hospital air but once you go to intimidation it. Sounds like you're dead. Sounds like to me to it. Which is what trump was indicating. Trump has been really pushing this drug and trying not to be too. He didn't bring up to eighty percent. Death rate. Mimets listened to a little more follow of information is not much part to hear says ventilators are of limited value. We have had several patients between the hospitals across the North System. That have come up the breathing machine but the vast majority are unable to huggies says one reason is that the corona virus often does a lot more lung damage than say the flu. There is fluid and other toxic chemicals. Cytokines we call them raging throughout the lung tissue. She says in some patients the damage is so bad. That even ventilation won't help so they've tried an even more extreme measure called ECM. Oh which delivers oxygen directly to a patients bloodstream. Remember ECM Motoo is a life supporting treatments. So it's a bridge while we are allowing the lung to heal itself from pneumonia if it can't Dr Tiffany. Osborne says that what doctors are learning about. Severe Corona virus. Infections should make it crystal clear why we all need to take steps to keep the virus from spreading. I know that at times it gets frustrating. But it's really important not just for yourself and your family but for the the other people that you care about to shelter in place Until this is over Osborne should know when she's not at the hospital. She's living in a camper to avoid quitting her family at risk. Well this is rather concerning and I'll add to that that the doctor denied watch all of his videos he said in another a PC said that it looked like the. He's never been to Mount Everest but he said he could imagine the way people look when they get put on the ventilator is that they need oxygen like they get dropped off. You know twenty thousand feet on a summit somewhere and just don't have enough oxygen and blue in the face and but he felt that the pressure was actually hurting their long. This is concerning. This is new information. That isn't official. It's just kind of floating out there and now we have to find out about it and speculate. Is that the idea this is. You cannot trust the government and the media anymore. It's noth- is really nothing. Now it's it's it's just insulting to watch well especially after we had to go through this back and forth with trump and cuomo about all we need thirty thousand forty thousand ventilators. Which is you know what you're gonNA death sentence for like thirty or forty thousand people with no explanation all we hear is the word ventilator well ventilated says a good thing. They had to knock you out with a push in a semi comatose state and paralyze your lungs. So you can't breathe and then shove this tube down your throat through your vocal cords and then push air in there but using pressure what could go wrong. It could possibly arise to 'em well so let's just continue with some of the complete lack of information so just back to data testing. I'm starting to figure it out. I've had we have as it turns out once again. Many producers who either work in labs have spouses who work in labs who understand the assay the essays. I'm learning all these terms the Eliza which is The tests that we're currently working on which the enzyme linked immunosorbent Assay A. S. S. A. Y. Say to these are all studies and although they are now coming with the PR and the what's the Forget the name of the test to date they pretty much test for a corona virus not specifically the SARS Corona Virus Dash to which means a lot of this testing. Could be a false positive for something that you have that may not be the actual corona virus strain. That is apparently the killer so that leaves a lot of room for error in what we're doing especially since it's clearly the gates foundation driving the data driving the numbers in fact driving the narrative This needs to be looked at very closely and we can't count on the media to do it so we can't deconstruct the media other than okay. They sucked house. Do some of our own work and I got four clips here from berks. Deborah burks to is also all in on the Gates Foundation. So it's getting kinda disturbing when you see.

Osborne Pneumonia Dr Tiffany NPR gates foundation chloroquine Trump Kobe Dr Negative Haji Mike Klis Washington University School o Europe lung damage Barnes Jewish Hospital Mount Everest paralytic ECM Motoo Ben laters Hofstra School of Medicine
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"Thing. This is some creepy shit. He's doing here out of context without the video. It's like hey kids bad know better. The best with what Z? Pack as we call the KIDS WANNA Z pack hydroxy chloroquine. Try It if you'd like the other thing. If you have a heart condition I understand probably you stay away from the pack. But that's an antibiotic it can clean out the lungs. The lungs are a point of attack for this horrible virus but when you have a ventilator don't ask the answer because I hate it if you have it and it's working beautifully. I don't like the answer because it's not a very high percentage so I wanNA keep them out of ventilators. I WANNA keep them if we if this drug works it will be not a game changing because that's not a nice enough term. It will be wonderful. It'll be so beautiful. It'll be a gift from heaven and it works because when people go into those ventilators you know the answers. I know the answers and I'm glad you don't write about it Mike Klis Holy Crap. So that confirms that ventilators. A death sentence well. He's glad nobody writes about it but apparently that's not true with NPR clip one here about it a ventilator report from NPR. The intensive care units at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St Louis are filling up with corona virus patients and Dr Tiffany. Osborne has been caring for many of those who've been placed on ventilators to keep them alive. It's very concerning to see how many patients who require ventilation do not make it out of the hospital. How many of them die? Osborne is a critical care specialist at Washington University School of Medicine. She says doctors in China and Europe and elsewhere in the US are reporting death rates from about fifty percent to more than eighty percent. We're not sure how much help violators are GONNA be. They may help. Keep somebody alive in the short term. We're not sure if it's going to help someone alive. In the long term patients end up on a ventilator when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going. Osborne says it's an extreme measure. We give sedation so that the person goes to sleep and then we provide a paralytic at stops there. Breathing insert a long plastic tube through the trachea and vocal courts at allows a machine to deliver puffs of highly oxygenated air to the lungs. The ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on. How much pressure is required to help? Oxygen get processed by the launch. Osborne says corona virus patients often dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because their lungs have so much inflammation. Also ventilators create a path for a wide range of infections to reach the lungs. Dr Negative Haji. Day is a pulmonary critical. Care doctor at Hofstra School of Medicine in New York. She says Ben leaders work really well for patients with common forms of pneumonia retreat patients for several days. And then we get the antibiotics into the body. The patient recovers unfortunately with this. Kobe associated. Pneumonia. There are no treatments that we know work for sure. So how'd you decide who spoke to me from just outside of an intensive care unit says ventilators are of limited value for the amount of noise? The M Five M has been making about him. This is a very creepy. Yeah now we know we know. A lot of people put on ventilators. Very quickly with a mass. Not Intimated with a mask in order to keep anything they might be exhaling out of the hospital air but once you go to intimidation it. Sounds like you're dead. Sounds like to me to it. Which is what trump was indicating. Trump has been really pushing this drug and trying not to be too. He didn't bring up to eighty percent. Death rate. Mimets listened to a little more follow of information is not much part to hear says ventilators are of limited value. We have had several patients between the hospitals across the North System. That have come up the breathing machine but the vast majority are unable to huggies says one reason is that the corona virus often does a lot more lung damage than say the flu. There is fluid and other toxic chemicals. Cytokines we call them raging throughout the lung tissue. She says in some patients the damage is so bad. That even ventilation won't help so they've tried an even more extreme measure called ECM. Oh which delivers oxygen directly to a patients bloodstream. Remember ECM Motoo is a life supporting treatments. So it's a bridge while we are allowing the lung to heal itself from pneumonia if it can't Dr Tiffany. Osborne says that what doctors are learning about. Severe Corona virus. Infections should make it crystal clear why we all need to take steps to keep the virus from spreading. I know that at times it gets frustrating. But it's really important not just for yourself and your family but for the the other people that you care about to shelter in place Until this is over I was born. Should know when she's not at the hospital. She's living in a camper to avoid quitting her family at risk. Well this is rather concerning and I'll add to that that the doctor denied watch all of his videos he said in another a PC said that it looked like the pieces. He's never been to Mount Everest but he said he could imagine the way people look when they get put on the ventilator is that they need oxygen like they get dropped off. You know twenty thousand feet on a summit somewhere and just don't have enough oxygen and blue in the face and but he felt that the pressure was actually hurting their long. This is concerning. This is new information. That isn't official. It's just kind of floating out there and now we have to find out about it and speculate. Is that the idea this is. You cannot trust the government and the media anymore. It's noth- is really nothing. Now it's it's it's just insulting to watch well especially after we had to go through this back and forth with trump and cuomo about all we need thirty thousand forty thousand ventilators. Which is you know what you're gonNA death sentence for like thirty or forty thousand people with no explanation all we hear is the word ventilator well ventilated so sounds like a good thing. They had to knock you out with a push in a semi comatose state and paralyze your lungs. So you can't breathe and then shove this tube down your throat through your vocal cords and then push air in there but using pressure what could go wrong. It could possibly arise to 'em well so let's just continue with some of the complete lack of information so just back to data testing. I'm starting to figure it out. I've had we have as it turns out once again. Many producers who either work in labs have spouses who work in labs who understand the assay the ass as I'm learning all these terms the Eliza which is The tests that we're currently working on which the enzyme linked immunosorbent Assay A. S. S. A. Y. Say to these are all studies and although they are now coming with the PR and the what's the Forget the name of the test to date they pretty much test for a corona virus not specifically the SARS Corona Virus Dash to which means a lot of this testing. Could be a false positive for something that you have that may not be the actual corona virus strain. That is apparently the killer so that leaves a lot of room for error in what we're doing especially since it's clearly the gates foundation driving the data driving the numbers in fact driving the narrative This needs to be looked at very closely and we can't count on the media to do it so we can't deconstruct the media other than okay. They sucked house. Do some of our own work and I got four clips here from berks. Deborah burks to is also all in on the Gates Foundation. So it's getting kinda disturbing when you see.

Osborne Pneumonia Dr Tiffany NPR gates foundation Trump chloroquine Kobe Dr Negative Haji Mike Klis Washington University School o Europe lung damage Barnes Jewish Hospital Mount Everest ECM Motoo paralytic Hofstra School of Medicine US
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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on No Agenda

"Thing. This is some creepy shit. He's doing here out of context without the video. It's like hey kids bad know better. The best with what Z? Pack as we call the KIDS WANNA Z pack hydroxy chloroquine. Try It if you'd like the other thing. If you have a heart condition I understand probably you stay away from the pack. But that's an antibiotic it can clean out the lungs. The lungs are a point of attack for this horrible virus but when you have a ventilator don't ask the answer because I hate it if you have it and it's working beautifully. I don't like the answer because it's not a very high percentage so I wanNA keep them out of ventilators. I WANNA keep them if we if this drug works it will be not a game changing because that's not a nice enough term. It will be wonderful. It'll be so beautiful. It'll be a gift from heaven and it works because when people go into those ventilators you know the answers. I know the answers and I'm glad you don't write about it Mike Klis Holy Crap. So that confirms that ventilators. A death sentence well. He's glad nobody writes about it but apparently that's not true with NPR clip one here about it a ventilator report from NPR. The intensive care units at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St Louis are filling up with corona virus patients and Dr Tiffany. Osborne has been caring for many of those who've been placed on ventilators to keep them alive. It's very concerning to see how many patients who require ventilation do not make it out of the hospital. How many of them die? Osborne is a critical care specialist at Washington University School of Medicine. She says doctors in China and Europe and elsewhere in the US are reporting death rates from about fifty percent to more than eighty percent. We're not sure how much help violators are GONNA be. They may help. Keep somebody alive in the short term. We're not sure if it's going to help someone alive. In the long term patients end up on a ventilator when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going. Osborne says it's an extreme measure. We give sedation so that the person goes to sleep and then we provide a paralytic at stops there. Breathing insert a long plastic tube through the trachea and vocal courts at allows a machine to deliver puffs of highly oxygenated air to the lungs. The ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on. How much pressure is required to help? Oxygen get processed by the launch. Osborne says corona virus patients often dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because their lungs have so much inflammation. Also ventilators create a path for a wide range of infections to reach the lungs. Dr Negative Haji. Day is a pulmonary critical. Care Doctor at Hofstra north Wales School of Medicine in New York. She says Ben leaders work really well for patients with common forms of pneumonia retreat patients for several days and then we get the antibiotics into the body. The patient recovers unfortunately with this Kobe associated. Pneumonia there are no treatments that we know work for sure. So how'd you decide who spoke to me from just outside of an intensive care unit says ventilators are of limited value for the amount of noise? The M Five M has been making about him. This is a very creepy. Yeah now we know we know. A lot of people put on ventilators. Very quickly with a mass. Not Intimated with a mask in order to keep anything they might be exhaling out of the hospital air but once you go to intimidation it. Sounds like you're dead. Sounds like to me to it. Which is what trump was indicating. Trump has been really pushing this drug and trying not to be too. He didn't bring up to eighty percent. Death rate. Mimets listened to a little more follow of information is not much part to hear says ventilators are of limited value. We have had several patients between the hospitals across the north system. That have come up the breathing machine but the vast majority are unable to huggies says one reason is that the corona virus often does a lot more lung damage than say the flu. There is fluid and other toxic chemicals. Cytokines we call them raging throughout the lung tissue. She says in some patients the damage is so bad. That even ventilation won't help so they've tried an even more extreme measure called ECM. Oh which delivers oxygen directly to a patients bloodstream. Remember ECM Motoo is a life supporting treatments. So it's a bridge while we are allowing the lung to heal itself from pneumonia if it can't Dr Tiffany. Osborne says that what doctors are learning about. Severe Corona virus. Infections should make it crystal clear why we all need to take steps to keep the virus from spreading. I know that at times it gets frustrating. But it's really important not just for yourself and your family but for the the other people that you care about to shelter in place Until this is over I was born. Should know when she's not at the hospital. She's living in a camper to avoid quitting her family at risk. Well this is rather concerning and I'll add to that that the doctor denied watch all of his videos he said in another a PC said that it looked like the pieces. He's never been to Mount Everest but he said he could imagine the way people look when they get put on the ventilator is that they need oxygen like they get dropped off. You know twenty thousand feet on a summit somewhere and just don't have enough oxygen and blue in the face and but he felt that the pressure was actually hurting their long. This is concerning. This is new information. That isn't official. It's just kind of floating out there and now we have to find out about it and speculate. Is that the idea this is. You cannot trust the government and the media anymore. It's noth- is really nothing. Now it's it's it's just insulting to watch well especially after we had to go through this back and forth with trump and cuomo about all we need thirty thousand forty thousand ventilators. Which is you know what you're gonNA death sentence for like thirty or forty thousand people with no explanation all we hear is the word ventilator well ventilated so sounds like a good thing. They had to knock you out with a push in a semi comatose state and paralyze your lungs. So you can't breathe and then shove this tube down your throat through your vocal cords and then push air in there but using pressure what could go wrong. It could possibly arise to 'em well so let's just continue with some of the complete lack of information so just back to data testing. I'm starting to figure it out. I've had we have as it turns out once again. Many producers who either work in labs have spouses who work in labs who understand the assay the ass as I'm learning all these terms the Eliza which is The tests that we're currently working on which the enzyme linked immunosorbent Assay A. S. S. A. Y. Say to these are all studies and although they are now coming with the PR and the what's the Forget the name of the test to date they pretty much test for a corona virus not specifically the SARS corona virus dash to which means a lot of this testing. Could be a false positive for something that you have that may not be the actual corona virus strain. That is apparently the killer so that leaves a lot of room for error in what we're doing especially since it's clearly the gates foundation driving the data driving the numbers in fact driving the narrative This needs to be looked at very closely and we can't count on the media to do it so we can't deconstruct the media other than okay. They sucked house. Do some of our own work and I got four clips here from berks. Deborah burks to is also all in on the Gates Foundation. So it's getting kinda disturbing when you see.

Osborne Pneumonia Dr Tiffany NPR gates foundation Trump chloroquine Mount Everest Dr Negative Haji Mike Klis Washington University School o lung damage Europe Barnes Jewish Hospital Hofstra north Wales School of ECM Motoo paralytic SARS US
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09:04 min | 1 year ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on No Agenda

"Thing. This is some creepy shit. He's doing here out of context without the video. It's like hey kids bad know better. The best with what Z? Pack as we call the KIDS WANNA Z pack hydroxy chloroquine. Try It if you'd like the other thing. If you have a heart condition I understand probably you stay away from the pack. But that's an antibiotic it can clean out the lungs. The lungs are a point of attack for this horrible virus but when you have a ventilator don't ask the answer because I hate it if you have it and it's working beautifully. I don't like the answer because it's not a very high percentage so I wanNA keep them out of ventilators. I WANNA keep them if we if this drug works it will be not a game changing because that's not a nice enough term. It will be wonderful. It'll be so beautiful. It'll be a gift from heaven and it works because when people go into those ventilators you know the answers. I know the answers and I'm glad you don't write about it Mike Klis Holy Crap. So that confirms that ventilators. A death sentence well. He's glad nobody writes about it but apparently that's not true with NPR clip one here about it a ventilator report from NPR. The intensive care units at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St Louis are filling up with corona virus patients and Dr Tiffany. Osborne has been caring for many of those who've been placed on ventilators to keep them alive. It's very concerning to see how many patients who require ventilation do not make it out of the hospital. How many of them die? Osborne is a critical care specialist at Washington University School of Medicine. She says doctors in China and Europe and elsewhere in the US are reporting death rates from about fifty percent to more than eighty percent. We're not sure how much help violators are GONNA be. They may help. Keep somebody alive in the short term. We're not sure if it's going to help someone alive. In the long term patients end up on a ventilator when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going. Osborne says it's an extreme measure. We give sedation so that the person goes to sleep and then we provide a paralytic at stops there. Breathing insert a long plastic tube through the trachea and vocal courts at allows a machine to deliver puffs of highly oxygenated air to the lungs. The ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on. How much pressure is required to help? Oxygen get processed by the launch. Osborne says corona virus patients often dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because their lungs have so much inflammation. Also ventilators create a path for a wide range of infections to reach the lungs. Dr Negative Haji. Day is a pulmonary critical. Care Doctor at Hofstra north Wales School of Medicine in New York. She says Ben leaders work really well for patients with common forms of pneumonia retreat patients for several days and then we get the antibiotics into the body. The patient recovers unfortunately with this Kobe associated. Pneumonia there are no treatments that we know work for sure. So how'd you decide who spoke to me from just outside of an intensive care unit says ventilators are of limited value for the amount of noise? The M Five M has been making about him. This is a very creepy. Yeah now we know we know. A lot of people put on ventilators. Very quickly with a mass. Not Intimated with a mask in order to keep anything they might be exhaling out of the hospital air but once you go to intimidation it. Sounds like you're dead. Sounds like to me to it. Which is what trump was indicating. Trump has been really pushing this drug and trying not to be too. He didn't bring up to eighty percent. Death rate. Mimets listened to a little more follow of information is not much part to hear says ventilators are of limited value. We have had several patients between the hospitals across the North System. That have come up the breathing machine but the vast majority are unable to huggies says one reason is that the corona virus often does a lot more lung damage than say the flu. There is fluid and other toxic chemicals. Cytokines we call them raging throughout the lung tissue. She says in some patients the damage is so bad. That even ventilation won't help so they've tried an even more extreme measure called ECM. Oh which delivers oxygen directly to a patients bloodstream. Remember ECM Motoo is a life supporting treatments. So it's a bridge while we are allowing the lung to heal itself from pneumonia if it can't Dr Tiffany. Osborne says that what doctors are learning about. Severe Corona virus. Infections should make it crystal clear why we all need to take steps to keep the virus from spreading. I know that at times it gets frustrating. But it's really important not just for yourself and your family but for the the other people that you care about to shelter in place Until this is over I was born. Should know when she's not at the hospital. She's living in a camper to avoid quitting her family at risk. Well this is rather concerning and I'll add to that that the doctor denied watch all of his videos he said in another a PC said that it looked like the pieces. He's never been to Mount Everest but he said he could imagine the way people look when they get put on the ventilator is that they need oxygen like they get dropped off. You know twenty thousand feet on a summit somewhere and just don't have enough oxygen and blue in the face and but he felt that the pressure was actually hurting their long. This is concerning. This is new information. That isn't official. It's just kind of floating out there and now we have to find out about it and speculate. Is that the idea this is. You cannot trust the government and the media anymore. It's noth- is really nothing. Now it's it's it's just insulting to watch well especially after we had to go through this back and forth with trump and cuomo about all we need thirty thousand forty thousand ventilators. Which is you know what you're gonNA death sentence for like thirty or forty thousand people with no explanation all we hear is the word ventilator well ventilated so sounds like a good thing. They had to knock you out with a push in a semi comatose state and paralyze your lungs. So you can't breathe and then shove this tube down your throat through your vocal cords and then push air in there but using pressure what could go wrong. It could possibly arise to 'em well so let's just continue with some of the complete lack of information so just back to data testing. I'm starting to figure it out. I've had we have as it turns out once again. Many producers who either work in labs have spouses who work in labs who understand the assay the ass as I'm learning all these terms the Eliza which is The tests that we're currently working on which the enzyme linked immunosorbent Assay A. S. S. A. Y. Say to these are all studies and although they are now coming with the PR and the what's the Forget the name of the test to date they pretty much test for a corona virus not specifically the SARS Corona Virus Dash to which means a lot of this testing. Could be a false positive for something that you have that may not be the actual corona virus strain. That is apparently the killer so that leaves a lot of room for error in what we're doing especially since it's clearly the gates foundation driving the data driving the numbers in fact driving the narrative This needs to be looked at very closely and we can't count on the media to do it so we can't deconstruct the media other than okay. They sucked house. Do some of our own work and I got four clips here from berks. Deborah burks to is also all in on the Gates Foundation. So it's getting kinda disturbing when you see.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on No Agenda

"Thing. This is some creepy shit. He's doing here out of context without the video. It's like hey kids bad know better. The best with what Z? Pack as we call the KIDS WANNA Z pack hydroxy chloroquine. Try It if you'd like the other thing. If you have a heart condition I understand probably you stay away from the pack. But that's an antibiotic it can clean out the lungs. The lungs are a point of attack for this horrible virus but when you have a ventilator don't ask the answer because I hate it if you have it and it's working beautifully. I don't like the answer because it's not a very high percentage so I wanNA keep them out of ventilators. I WANNA keep them if we if this drug works it will be not a game changing because that's not a nice enough term. It will be wonderful. It'll be so beautiful. It'll be a gift from heaven and it works because when people go into those ventilators you know the answers. I know the answers and I'm glad you don't write about it Mike Klis Holy Crap. So that confirms that ventilators. A death sentence well. He's glad nobody writes about it but apparently that's not true with NPR clip one here about it a ventilator report from NPR. The intensive care units at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St Louis are filling up with corona virus patients and Dr Tiffany. Osborne has been caring for many of those who've been placed on ventilators to keep them alive. It's very concerning to see how many patients who require ventilation do not make it out of the hospital. How many of them die? Osborne is a critical care specialist at Washington University School of Medicine. She says doctors in China and Europe and elsewhere in the US are reporting death rates from about fifty percent to more than eighty percent. We're not sure how much help violators are GONNA be. They may help. Keep somebody alive in the short term. We're not sure if it's going to help someone alive. In the long term patients end up on a ventilator when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going. Osborne says it's an extreme measure. We give sedation so that the person goes to sleep and then we provide a paralytic at stops there. Breathing insert a long plastic tube through the trachea and vocal courts at allows a machine to deliver puffs of highly oxygenated air to the lungs. The ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on. How much pressure is required to help? Oxygen get processed by the launch. Osborne says corona virus patients often dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because their lungs have so much inflammation. Also ventilators create a path for a wide range of infections to reach the lungs. Dr Negative Haji. Day is a pulmonary critical. Care Doctor at Hofstra north Wales School of Medicine in New York. She says Ben laters work really well for patients with common forms of pneumonia retreat patients for several days and then we get the antibiotics into the body. The patient recovers unfortunately with this Kobe associated. Pneumonia there are no treatments that we know work for sure. So how'd you decide who spoke to me from just outside of an intensive care unit says ventilators are of limited value for the amount of noise? The M Five M has been making about him. This is a very creepy. Yeah now we know we know. A lot of people are put on ventilators. Very quickly with a mass. Not Intimated with a mask in order to keep anything they might be exhaling out of the hospital air but once you go to intimidation it. Sounds like you're dead. Sounds like to me to it. Which is what trump was indicating. Trump has been really pushing this drug and trying not to be too. He didn't bring up to eighty percent. Death rate. Mimets listened to a little more follow of information is not much part to hear says ventilators are of limited value. We have had several patients between the hospitals across the North System. That have come up the breathing machine but the vast majority are unable to huggies says one reason is that the corona virus often does a lot more lung damage than say the flu. There is fluid and other toxic chemicals. Cytokines we call them raging throughout the lung tissue. She says in some patients the damage is so bad. That even ventilation won't help so they've tried an even more extreme measure called ECM. Oh which delivers oxygen directly to a patients bloodstream. Remember ECM Motoo is a life supporting treatments. So it's a bridge while we are allowing the lung to heal itself from pneumonia if it can't Dr Tiffany. Osborne says that what doctors are learning about. Severe Corona virus. Infections should make it crystal clear why we all need to take steps to keep the virus from spreading. I know that at times it gets frustrating. But it's really important not just for yourself and your family but for the the other people that you care about to shelter in place Until this is over Osborne should know when she's not at the hospital. She's living in a camper to avoid quitting her family at risk. Well this is rather concerning and I'll add to that that the doctor denied watch all of his videos he said in another a PC said that it looked like the. He's never been to Mount Everest but he said he could imagine the way people look when they get put on the ventilator is that they need oxygen like they get dropped off. You know twenty thousand feet on a summit somewhere and just don't have enough oxygen and blue in the face and but he felt that the pressure was actually hurting their long. This is concerning. This is new information. That isn't official. It's just kind of floating out there and now we have to find out about it and speculate. Is that the idea this is. You cannot trust the government and the media anymore. It's noth- is really nothing. Now it's it's it's just insulting to watch well especially after we had to go through this back and forth with trump and cuomo about all we need thirty thousand forty thousand ventilators. Which is you know what you're gonNA death sentence for like thirty or forty thousand people with no explanation all we hear is the word ventilator well ventilated says a good thing. They had to knock you out with a push in a semi comatose state and paralyze your lungs. So you can't breathe and then shove this tube down your throat through your vocal cords and then push air in there but using pressure what could go wrong. It could possibly arise to 'em well so let's just continue with some of the complete lack of information so just back to data testing. I'm starting to figure it out. I've had we have as it turns out once again. Many producers who either work in labs have spouses who work in labs who understand the assay the essays. I'm learning all these terms the Eliza which is The tests that we're currently working on which the enzyme linked immunosorbent Assay A. S. S. A. Y. Say to these are all studies and although they are now coming with the PR and the what's the Forget the name of the test to date they pretty much test for a corona virus not specifically the SARS Corona Virus Dash to which means a lot of this testing. Could be a false positive for something that you have that may not be the actual corona virus strain. That is apparently the killer so that leaves a lot of room for error in what we're doing especially since it's clearly the gates foundation driving the data driving the numbers in fact driving the narrative This needs to be looked at very closely and we can't count on the media to do it so we can't deconstruct the media other than okay. They sucked house. Do some of our own work and I got four clips here from berks. Deborah burks to is also all in on the Gates Foundation. So it's getting kinda disturbing when you see.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Jessica Vaughan voorhees on the indicator. You can hear more of that conversation on that podcast and find the link to it in episode notes so as healthcare workers in hard hit areas. Stare down the possibility that they could run out of ventilators. It is worth saying. Those machines can be life saving for some critically. Ill patients but not for all of them. Here's NPR's John Hamilton. The intensive care units at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St Louis are filling up with corona virus patients and Dr Tiffany. Osborne has been carrying for many of those who've been placed on ventilators to keep them alive. It's very concerning to see how many patients require ventilation. Do not make it out of the hospital. How many of them die? Osborne is a critical care specialist at Washington University School of Medicine. She says doctors in China and Europe and elsewhere in the US are reporting death rates from about fifty percent to more than eighty percent. We're not sure how much help van leaders are going to be. They may help. Keep somebody alive in the short term. We're not sure if it's going to help someone alive. In the long term patients end up on a ventilator when their lungs can no longer deliver enough oxygen to keep the body going. Osborne says it's an extreme measure. Are we give sedation so that the person goes to sleep? And then we provide a paralytic at stops air-breathing next they insert a long plastic tube through the trachea and vocal courts allows a machine to deliver puffs of highly oxygenated air to the lungs. The ventilator itself can do damage to the lung tissue based on. How much pressure is required to help? Oxygen get processed by the launch and Osborne says corona virus patients often need dangerously high levels of both pressure and oxygen because their lungs have so much inflammation also ventilators create a path for a wide range of infections to reach the lungs. Dr Nagin HUGGIES IDA is a pulmonary critical. Care Doctor at Hofstra north Wales School of Medicine in New York. She says bin Laden's work really well for patients with common forms of pneumonia. We treat patients for several days. And then we get the antibiotics into the body and the patient recovers unfortunately with this covert associated. Pneumonia there are no treatments that we know work for sure. So how'd you Zayda? Who spoke to me from just outside of an intensive care unit says bend leaders are of limited value? We have had several patients between the hospitals across the North while health system. That have come out of the breathing machine but the vast majority are unable to huggies idea says one reason is that the corona virus often does a lot more lung damage than say the flu there is fluid and other toxic chemicals cytokines. We call them raging throughout the lung tissue. She says in some patients the damage is so bad. That even been Latian won't help so they've tried an even more. Extreme measure called ECM. Oh which delivers oxygen directly to a patients. Bloodstream REMEMBER ECM. Oh two is a life supporting treatments. So it's a bridge while we are allowing the lung to heal itself from an ammonia if it can't Dr Tiffany. Osborne says that what doctors are learning about. Severe Corona virus. Infections should make it crystal clear why we all need to take steps to keep the virus from spreading. I know that at times it gets frustrating. But it's really important not just for yourself and your family but for the the other people that you care about to shelter in place Until this is over osbournes should know when she's not at the hospital she's living in a camper to avoid putting her family at risk. I was NPR's John Hamilton. Before we go just a couple of notes on food. The Corona virus is spread primarily through respiratory droplets. That means if you're getting takeout. The biggest risk to you and to your delivery worker is contact. Many restaurants are taking extra precautions. Such as new contact delivery or pick up and once you have your food you will want to throw away any packaging according to the CDC it is possible to get sick from touching a surface that has the virus on it and before you eat make sure to wash your hands thoroughly and tip your delivery person thoroughly to as for the grocery store we should think of those workers as well. A lot of our customers are coming in and mask and I appreciate that and I like to think it's not just for their own health but it's for hours. Amanda castleberry works at Kroger Near Fort. Worth she talked to. Npr's Camille a domino and she said when she's restocking dry goods. She is constantly thinking about every surface she touches. My biggest fear is getting sick and passing it to someone else. Castleberry says she sees some shoppers. Lingering in the aisles and that makes her worry I just wish everyone would take it a little bit more seriously so she has some strong advice bring list get in get out and go home for more news on the corona virus. You can stay up to date on your local public radio station and if your news on download the NPR one APP you'll find podcasts and a mix of local national and international news. I'm Kelly mcevers. Thanks for listening. We will be back with more tomorrow..

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Services education and related agencies will come to order. Such as our thank you for being here again this morning, and for our efforts at work together that they could always be better. I think we're about to get us staffed up to a point that that will no longer be the excuse. So we'll think of what what comes as the next reason. This is not working the way it should. But I wanted to encourage you to continue to do that. Obviously this difficult budget for us to talk about. And frankly, I think too difficult budget for you to defend and we'll see what we have to do here. The budget control act has impact on this in the case of the budget that you have been asked to submit a reduction of fourteen percent the budget control act would require an overall reduction in the non defense discretionary spending of nine percent. So this budget exceeds even that I would say for the nine percent as I mentioned last week with the education secretary. Now, President Trump didn't sign the budget control act, President Obama, did and you didn't vote for it. And any of us most of us who were here when we did the budget control act did so there's some shared responsibility in where that decision has led us. But now there'd be a number of concerns that I'm magin you have to share about what this budget asked for and we made a top priority in the years. I've been chairman of this committee ensuring that medical research has the resources at needs at this particular time real breakthrough potential to do what it does in a way that saves lives improves lives and frankly benefits taxpayers as we find more solutions as an example, if we could find a way to identify Alzheimer's and delay onset by five years. We'd cut the projected cost for Alzheimer's by a third between now and. Two thousand fifty. The cuts that you're proposing for NIH would be an overall kind of twelve point six percent in research are almost five billion dollars. I'm sure that's not going to happen. But for that not to happen. We have to have a number to work with that. You don't have to work with yet. And I believe we'll have that number. You know, we're not going to eliminate lie funding that provides six million households with heating and cooling assistance. This cuts resources that train lots of people for medical professions and behavioral health and pediatric dentistry, and we're not likely to do any of those things I understand you had to make difficult decisions here. I do appreciate the two new initiatives that you proposed and I'll be supportive. I'm sure I believe the committee will be supportive of those one to eliminate the transmission of HIV in the United States by two thousand thirty phase one of the ten year plan would infuse the hardest hit states and communities. Missouri is one of those with additional resources additional expertise additional diagnostic and treatment options. And I'm pleased to see that. That's a new proposal as as the new pediatric cancer program to provide five million dollars over the next decade to launch a major data project. On childhood cancer. Now that runs pretty dramatically in the face of cutting overall. H. Funding. But I do think it gives us the opportunity to look even closer at pediatric cancer and factor that in as we continue to Popelyy improve in I h funding in addition to these new programs. I believe that mental health treatment needs to be heated needs to be treated as any other health issue and the budget request includes level funding for the certified community behavioral health clinics. Missouri is one of the eight pilots states and those clinics and two hundred locations in our state treating behavioral health like all other health, and we need to do more to encourage that the head of Barnes Jewish hospital. Told me just last week said, quote, I can't treat a person's diabetes until they're schizophrenia is under control. And I believe we're going to find that. If you do treat behavioral health like all other health, you actually save more money on the other healthcare 'cause. Cost. Then you spend doing the right thing and behavioral health finally the administration's commitment to ending the opioid epidemic is well reflected in this request. According to the council of economic advisers the total economic costs of the opioid epidemic in two thousand seventeen was six hundred eighty four point six billion dollars the cost to our economy the cost to families of the opioid epidemic. Was that according to Missouri hospital association? This estimates suggest the pedantic cost the US nearly one point six billion dollars every day. Twenty one thousand seven hundred dollars every second of every day through two thousand and seventeen the past four years this subcommittee is increased funding to combat the epidemic by more than three point five billion dollars. And we have had great bipartisan leadership on this of people who really on both sides of where I'm setting understand how this has impacted their states and forcefully made that case appreciate what you had to do to try to prioritize limited resources. We will try to do things that make those resources more realistic. And I'm glad you're here today. And glad you bring all the expertise and ability you bring personally to this job, and I'd like to turn to my partner here in this effort Senator Murray. Thank you very much. Chairman. Blunt, welcome secretaries are people across the country made pretty clear that's November that they want us to fight for their healthcare and make.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Arch City Foot & Ankle

Arch City Foot & Ankle

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on Arch City Foot & Ankle

"Well, you're going to have an instance where the doctors almost going to be a little tip and I'm not talking a tip like information tip. I'm talking like when you're in a restaurant and you give your 15 to 20% at the end and you'll sign off and you give a little money extra. They did a good job. I'm talking Financial tip doctors are going to ask maybe not ask but kind of infer, you know, hey, you know off If you want this care, you know, you know, the rich are going to have that little extra money. I guess we'll fit you in Mr. Smith. Thanks for that little extra something off. So, you know to me with the increase amount of patience and the decrease in the reimbursements and the decrease in the amount of doctors, we can't see this money patience in this amount of time. The quality of care is definitely going to decrease now, I don't want a bitch and moan about this but All the government has to do. Is ask some of us doctors there's only nineteen doctors and healthcare providers in the current. Senate Congressman system and I don't think that's enough. They need to develop a group of doctors and have them make all the decisions on Health Care off not just doctors but anybody in health care nurses doctors physical therapists, and that's who needs to work on the healthcare system. So was a good things about health care reform is the expanding access to coverage. Yes. I do consider this a good thing. We do want everybody healthy. We don't want a country with sick people. I do think a lot of the causes of sicknesses are our own cause fast food restaurants people don't care people want fast and easy. They don't want to cook their Foods at home. They don't have time maybe to cook their food that's part of our problem but expanding access to coverage and definitely will help our current Healthcare. However, we just have to find a way to pay for it and that gets us to the one bad aspect of Health Care reform is how are we going to pay for this Healthcare System that I believe Obamacare is going to provide increase in penalties to help pay for it. They're also going to decrease reimbursement to the physician's office. We already have seen that are big hospital group here in St. Louis Barnes Jewish Hospital has Remove themselves from the exchanges they have excluded themselves from the.

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"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"barnes jewish hospital" Discussed on WSB-AM

"By market interest and the government tried artificially manufacturer but solar think about the solar is expensive fifteen thousand dollars for a panel so we're is expensive and it's not massively popular due to the fact that it's like fifteen thousand dollars a panel and there are other variables that go and do it now carrier on the other hand they make a popular product daring heating and cooling there and what they produced their products are massively utilized their of ridiculously affordable particularly when compared to like cellar panels market demand isn't the problem with carrier it's a regulatory burton i think about this progress and the love everything about your opinion government about european style government they let it they love the european style social as i'm they love everything about it except they don't like europe's lower corporate tax rake no which in dispute and the story with carriers the seven million dollars impacts credit to try to i think particularly for and mysteries quite low a seven million dollar figure now before anyone wants to rush to assumption in commits trumaine foul say and say like i should i mean you are a fine with a no matter the dollar not i'm just in in the general skinner thing seven million dollars isn't a lot that's the lindor was given a subsidy carrier was given attacks credit and i don't think a lot of people now attack credit to our i really don't think that they understand i know a lot of people i like i don't our young guy with as dude who who has by forget barnes jewish hospital and this guy was kind of a korea predicate away from it is really weird.

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