Our First Hand ICU Story – What is ACTUALLY Killing People In The Hospital


My husband WALKED out of the ICU in just 3 1/2 days. Fastest ICU patient in history of Cov. What we did. What to tell others. It’s not “blovid”- the protocol is what is killing people in the ICU. Here is what to do and how to do it. What to demand. What treatment. Please Share This! More at katedalleyradio.com in show notes on entire story. My husband had 4 major “risk” categories- so by their “blovid” standards, should be dead. We changed THEIR protocol and saved his life. This is how we did it. ( I look puffy and terrible here on vid because I was brought to tears on the air on my syndicated radio show.)


  1. You are so right. I’m currently in the hospital with covid pneumonia x5 weeks. I’ve been an ER nurse for. 35 years. I did not have an advocate nor did the hospital. I am a single woman with no family here and 1 friend that could visit for 1 hour each day and they did. I was not SOA (short of air) when I went to the ER. I had no resp difficulty at all. I went because I had covid and was not getting fluids down like I should. When they saw my sats everything went into high drive and suddenly I was transferred to another hospital on 100 high flow and for 4 four days in ICU they constantly asked me when I will consent to a vent. I wouldn’t. I was in the ICU 10 days…interesting. It’s quite a story and I paid the price of not knowing about high dose vit c, d and zinc. I had them order vit c, d and zinc. But they gave it oral and only 400mg of vit d and I was below normal levels 2 weeks prior and taking 1000mg at home. I caught it after 6 days and ask them to change it. Didn’t everyone agree vit d was a tx with covid? During this journey, I like you, realized there is no common sense or health in some of their policies and practices. They do not practice health with medicine. We have lost our way in the healthcare system. Im not one of those nurses that was 35 years away from the bedside. I left the ER bedside 2 years ago due to its toxicity on my health and lack of resources to give care. I left my shift everyday knowing I only could give the bare minimum to my patients due to the lack of support and resources for the front line.


  2. I was in with Covid. High oxygen but every day I had a multi vitamin. Vitamin C vitamin D3 and Zinc plus my regular meds I had.


  3. Stay on that regime. Plus tell them you want ivermenic or hydrochloridquin
    Make them give to you or have someone being it.
    It works.


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