Texas Physician/Researchers Case Series Finds Reduction in COVID-19 Hospitalization by 87.6% & Death 74.9%

Texas PhysicianResearchers Case Series Finds Reduction in COVID-19 Hospitalization by 87.6% & Death 74.9%

A group of Texas-based providers, including physicians, some highly published, recently published in the International Journal of Innovative Research in Medical Science results of a case series type of study involving a group of 320 COVID-19 patients deemed high risk—that is, over 50 years old with at least one comorbidity. The group actually was able to add 549 cases more by the end of the study period, which was December, 2020. This group of physicians, part of a small but vocal and dedicated camp, declare that during the pandemic, the medical profession disappointed, turning into “watchful waiters” for the vast majority of COVID-19 cases—and especially those cases that fit the study patient cateogry—desperately needing care. The authors argue that in far too many cases, these at risk patients were acknowledged to have COVID-19, sent home, and told to return if symptoms worsened. Many people lost parents and grandparents due to this form of doctoring, which could be classified by one point of view as the active caring wing but yet by a mainstream as rogue. This study is observational in nature (e.g. isn’t a randomized controlled trial) for the practitioners that provided the car...

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