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Corona - Isn't the treatment worse than the disease?

In this writing I would like to look at some facts about the treatment of Corona patients.

  • Isn't the treatment worse than the disease? Are people not actually dying from the consequences of mistreatment in the fight against Corona?
  • Hospitals themselves say on their websites that pneumonia during ventilation is a major cause of illness and death of Intensive Care (IC) patients.
  • People who die from Corona look scary. Is that sometimes due to the treatment that is used at the IC?
  • During the Corona crisis, weren't we just in a flu season like every year?


What is the normal hospital admission (IC) protocol for a patient with severe / double pneumonia?

Such an admission and the treatment “normally” looks really different from what a patient has to endure.

And why are patients ventilated at Corona as standard? Three weeks?

Abdominal position and ventilation only happens in EXCEPTIONAL cases and then as short as possible because the risk of (worse) pneumonia increases!

When someone lies on their stomach for a while, they look very scary; swollen, purple face.

Vaseline is spread on the mouth because this person cannot be washed. Relatives are usually warned against the sight of such a patient.

Ventilation also has its drawbacks, which is why we always carefully consider whether ventilation is necessary or is still necessary.

A respirator ventilates a patient's lungs very differently from the way we normally breathe.

This can cause damage to the lungs. This damage can make the lungs stiff, making breathing increasingly difficult.

Ventilation can also cause a collapsed lung (pneumothorax). Furthermore, it is known that ventilation increases the risk of pneumonia (pneumonia).

In non-invasive ventilation, there is a risk of pressure patches on the head / face due to the mask and an increased risk of choking. (Also called aspiration. It means that stomach contents are entering the airways / lungs.


Patients in the supine position are usually nursed and ventilated, with the patient alternately being turned more on one side and then on the other side.

We call this change. When possible, ventilated patients are nursed sitting upright in bed or even in a chair.

In ventilated patients with severely ill lungs, it may be necessary to also be nursed for periods in the prone position. The main purpose of this is to improve the oxygen uptake by the lungs.

During the prone position, patients are usually put to sleep a little deeper and when turning back to the supine position, it can be noticed that the face may be swollen. As a family member or close neighbor, it is good to be prepared for this.

We try to keep the ventilation period as short as possible. In very exceptional cases it is no longer possible to breathe independently.

Depending on many factors, a chronic ventilation process can be started here. Coordination is via the Centrum for Home Ventilation (CTB).

If you read about their protocol for severe pneumonia on hospital sites, ventilation rarely, and preferably not, comes into the picture.

Ventilation is only considered in exceptional situations and then as short as possible, because ventilation provides pneumonia.

Pneumonia during ventilation is a leading cause of illness and death of Intensive Care (IC) patients.

Depending on the severity of the underlying suffering and the method used to diagnose 'pneumonia', 10-50% of ventilated patients develop pneumonia.

Cohort studies, patient monitoring and randomized prevention studies have shown that developing pneumonia during ventilation increases mortality by 20-30%.

What did all those patients die of? Corona? Or could that be more likely due to the consequences of the respiration?

And then that prone position ?!

Abdominal position is risky and is only used if other methods of ventilating the patient have not proved effective. The effect of the prone position cannot be predicted in advance.

And see, for example, the info below from:

It makes sense that ventilated corona patients in the ICU lying in the prone position look scary.

Then they also get sleep medicines and painkillers so that they can hear what is happening (?), But they cannot respond.

UMCUtrecht: "We take into account that the patient can still hear and feel in the background."
Patients are completely at the mercy of doctors without being able to SELF indicate whether they feel good or bad during treatment. Something that is also mentioned in the video.

In short; isn't the treatment much worse than the ailment?

Abdominal position

The lungs play an important role in breathing. The lungs ensure the oxygen uptake in the blood.

When the lungs are ill, there is insufficient oxygen absorption. To improve this, the prone position is useful in certain diseases.

The patient is then turned on the stomach. This allows the lower parts of the lung (on the back) to do their job better.

The doctor determines when a prone position is needed.

At the beginning of the treatment it is difficult to say how long the patient should be nursed on the stomach.

Sometimes a special sand bed is ordered for a patient in the prone position. The mattress of this is filled with fine granules. Air is constantly blown through here.

It feels like a waterbed. The bed gives off a lot of heat and blowing air can make noise.

The nurses pay close attention to the patient's posture. We strive for the most natural attitude possible.

This means:
-As flat as possible on the stomach and with the head turned to the right or left.
-The patient's arms are either next to the body or one arm is turned upwards.

We regularly change the patient's posture. This way we prevent restrictions in joints and bedsores. If necessary, we engage a physiotherapist.

Abdominal position is not comfortable for patients. In order not to experience everything consciously, the patient often receives sleeping medications.

A disadvantage of this is that contact becomes difficult or even impossible. In addition, the patient often receives pain-relieving medicines as a precaution. We take into account that the patient can still hear and feel in the background.

For this reason, the family can simply tell, kiss or touch the patient.

In certain situations, a patient is also given muscle relaxant medicines. The patient can no longer move and is completely limp.

This is sometimes necessary to provide the patient with better ventilation and to help the lungs recover.

Care of the patient can also be in the prone position.

The nurse covers the eyes with greasy ointment and tapes it off. This prevents dehydration and damage.

Due to the prone position, saliva often flows from the mouth and nose.
To prevent the softening of the skin, the nurse lubricates the lips and the skin around the mouth with petroleum jelly.

He or she also removes the mucus regularly. When the patient is nursed on the abdomen, his or her face is not completely visible.

Swelling develops in the lowest parts of the body, including:

  • the face
  • the neck
  • the neck
  • the genitals
  • the hands
  • the feet


This often makes the patient difficult to recognize.

This swelling is temporary. As soon as the patient is turned back onto the back, the swelling will disappear by itself. It may take several hours for the swelling to subside.

How are people treated at IC for Corona? Indeed, in the prone position.


Lins: - Artificial respiration

PDF: Preventing bacterial pneumonia and death during ventilation:

There are now several doctors who have doubts about the treatment of ventilation.

Isn't this an ordinary flu that is treated far too drastically by ventilation?

In the Netherlands we have not heard anything about this yet, while abroad there is now criticism about the treatment by doctors themselves.

In any case, it raises questions to consider and well-founded concerns about the treatment.

To date, we only hear that people die from Corona. Unfortunately, nothing about the side effects of ventilation mentioned by hospitals, such as damage to the lungs.

But the spread of germs through ventilation equipment is also something that should be seriously considered.

Could spreading in nursing homes be related to this equipment?

After all, the information from the Radboud university medical center literally says:

“We try to keep the ventilation period as short as possible. In very exceptional cases it is no longer possible to breathe independently. Depending on many factors, a chronic ventilation process can possibly be started here. This is coordinated through the Center for Home Ventilation (CTB). ”

We as citizens are now limited in our freedom. Why? Because they don't think?

A virus where doctors themselves doubt their treatment and can even spread it by the fans?

What does this study say?

Part of the study says:

“Although this measure can increase the supply of fans and save lives, it has a major disadvantage. Officials and scientists have known for years that when used in conjunction with a face mask, such alternative devices can potentially increase the spread of infectious diseases by aerosoling the virus, both in the hospital and at home. ”

Indeed, the same scenario may have contributed to the spread of COVID-19 within a nursing home in Washington State, which has reached absolute zero in the United States.

First responders called the Kirkland Life Care Center starting Feb. 24 and initially used positive airway pressure machines, known as CPAPs, to treat residents before the patients were known to be infected with COVID-19.

It is not impossible that this is the same in several hospitals and countries.

Certainly when doctors now indicate that the treatment for Corona patients is much too heavy, one should have serious questions about the condition itself, and the real cause of death.

Especially when it comes to people who already have a condition or are older, one should ask whether the respiration can cause even more damage to a disease of which the question is whether it really exists at all.


Quote from this study:

"While that measure could stretch the supply of fans and save lives, it has a major drawback. Officials and scientists have known for years that when used with a face mask, such alternative devices can possibly increase the spread of infectious disease by aerosolizing the virus, whether used in the hospital or at home. ”
Indeed, that very scenario may have contributed to the spread of COVID-19 within a Washington state nursing home that became ground zero in the United States. First responders called to the Life Care Center of Kirkland starting Feb. 24 initially used positive airway pressure machines, often known as CPAPs, to treat residents before it was known the patients were infected with COVID-19. ”

Fans Coronavirus:

Strength and wisdom wished during this period!

Bianca Roest.


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