Monday, April 6, 2020

Covid-19 Does Not Lead to a “Typical” Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Andrew Murphy emails:
Thanks for that post, Are Ventilators Killing COVID-19 Patients?, very illuminating. I thought you might want to add to it with this five page paper by some Italian doctors. It essentially back up what Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell says in that video. Covid-19 is not ARDS:
Covid-19 Does Not Lead to a “Typical” Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

1 comment:

  1. yes, as I wrote to you last week, if you looked at his Twitter account Dr. Sidell specifically cites this Italian study as backup to his claims.

    Plus, if you're going to keep citing Sidell it will help to include this medical symposium he participated in, which precipitated his increasingly aggressive PR campaign to get his point heard:

    there is much more from Sidell aside from his "viral" video, including the following.

    Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell, MD has posted several very important videos.  At least one doctor has replied to him publicly & said that they think this "covid19" illness is from 5G. Check out his YouTube & Twitter accounts. I believe he is sincere & has nothing to gain by doing this.

    here are 2 more recent vids from Dr. Sidell, both under 2 minutes:

    Last week, the American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) conducted a webinar on 'Medical and public health considerations of COVID-19' - A Collaborative Web Series on emerging topics and featuring voices from the front lines." The url is here:

    Dr. Kyle-Sidell is listed under "topics and presenters - updates from the front lines".

    As he tweeted, in this video he speaks from 1:00:47 about what he has seen, & at minute 1:09:35 Dr. Sidell asks "is it possible, that in short, we are causing lung injury while we are trying to save these patients? And this is not something I have an answer for... but the findings by  (??) and from everything else I'm reading, suggests that we need to, at least open our minds to the possibility. Primarily because that means that the interventions that we are using, we may be using in a stage too late."

    The facilitator responds, "Dr. Sidell this is a really keen and insightful observations which can hopefully generate additional thoughts way beyond this session today..."

    published March 31, 2020