Oklahoma hospitals deluged by ivermectin overdoses, doctor says

Jason McElyea says people overdosing on anti-parasitic drug that some people believe without evidence can cure or treat Covid


Jason McElyea says people overdosing on anti-parasitic drug that some people believe without evidence can cure or treat Covid

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cited a case of a man who drank an injectable form of ivermectin intended for cattle. He suffered hallucinations, confusion, tremors and other side effects and was hospitalised for nine days.

Guardian: An Oklahoma doctor has said overdoses of the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin, which many believe without evidence can prevent or cure Covid-19, are helping cause delays and problems for rural hospitals and ambulance services struggling to cope with the resurgent pandemic.

Ivermectin is used to kill internal and external parasites in livestock animals and, in smaller doses, in humans.

“There’s a reason you have to have a doctor to get a prescription for this stuff, because it can be dangerous,” Dr Jason McElyea, a family doctor in Sallisaw, told KFOR, an Oklahoma TV station.

“The [emergency rooms] are so backed up that gunshot victims were having hard times getting to facilities where they can get definitive care and be treated.

“Ambulances are stuck at the hospital waiting for a bed to open so they can take the patient in and they don’t have any, that’s it. If there’s no ambulance to take the call, there’s no ambulance to come to the call.”

McElyea told the Tulsa World a colleague was forced to send one severely ill Covid patient to a hospital in South Dakota, three states away to the north.

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  1. The Guardian…might as well give credence to WSJ, NYT…What’s next…a byline from Vice News? Boy, is it getting deep.

  2. Well, when all else fails: try and try again
    Rolling Stone just did a retraction of the ‘doctor’ from Oklahoma, Dr Jason McElyea. Though affiliated with a group of physicians that supplies doctors to that hospital, he hasn’t worked there in months. It appears that he’s a shill just carrying water for Big Pharma. “And while neither KFOR or Rolling Stone mention the hospital McElyea worked for, NHS Sequoyah, located in Sallisaw, Oklahoma – just issued a statement disavowing McElyea’s claims, which pops up when you visit their website”.
    So much for accurate reporting. Dig a little deeper. Next time.

  3. The treating of jail inmates will be perscriptions via the jail’s doctor so the dosage is right. The main problem is coming from idiots going to the feedstore to buy or online, and thinking the bigger the dose the better, and if they have no medical insurance they don’t have to pay full price for a doctor to get a prescription.

  4. Ah… this reminds me how long it has been since I have watched an old great classic movie. Maybe while I was not looking it is slipping away from me. But that said with what we do all day, consuming more media can be a hurdle, but not for Gordon. He inhales movies, and is an accomplished film critic. If we every get burling out on VT and the endless conflict we will probably go full culture and entertainment. Gordon can to a cooking show in a snap, and Carol can do the wildlife preserve series. Hardly anyone is interested in ancient artifacts, but I would do a series just for spite. We used to do more of that on weekends, when were did not have a political revolution going on.

  5. More Ivermectin contraversy…. O.K. some have taken the horse & cow de-wormer to treat their covid. It contains Ivermectin & some other substance which apparently is toxic to humans. Not only does it have this other substance, but if I remember corectly, it contains much more more of this substance than Ivermectin. I purchased one of these in the early, early, days & working out what I could to ready
    myself & family BEFORE we got vacinated AS SOON AS WE WERE ABLE TRYING AS HARD AS WE COULD & driving couple of hundred miles to the FIRST PLACE WE COULD GET AN APPOINTMENT. An Ounce Of Prevention is BETTER than a Kilo cure! There is a Lancet analysis of “Breakthru” covid infections that states ones chances of being infected with covid is only .2% for those fully vacinater with Phifer or Moderna jabs. So my chances seem very good, almost exemplary, and I hope I don’t think I will contemplate any booster jab till the end of September. Then I will try to wait until an updated booster covering the varients is available. We’re I to get covid, I would search for the best treatment I can get, AT THAT TIME…

  6. From the 30’s to the 60’s, the African Clawed Frog was used for pregnancy detection. (very interesting animal biologically btw)
    Now we have hCG.
    The marketing prospect of opening a leech therapy clinic in the US, would be thought to be very poor, but i dunno,. What would Ugo Cerletti do ?
    How many different pills does the average person in the US have in their medicine cabinet ?

  7. About Dr. Jason McElyea as copied from the NHS SEQUOYAH website.
    Message from the administration of Northeastern Health System – Sequoyah:
    Although Dr. Jason McElyea is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah, he is affiliated with a medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room.

    With that said, Dr. McElyea has not worked at our Sallisaw location in over 2 months.

    NHS Sequoyah has not treated any patients due to complications related to taking ivermectin. This includes not treating any patients for ivermectin overdose.

    All patients who have visited our emergency room have received medical attention as appropriate. Our hospital has not had to turn away any patients seeking emergency care.

    We want to reassure our community that our staff is working hard to provide quality healthcare to all patients. We appreciate the opportunity to clarify this issue and as always, we value our community’s support.

  8. This, from the Book of Donald 9:11 – Faith in Me is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Who ya gonna believe, Me or your lying eyes?

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