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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Review the Pfizer "Vaccine" Hospitalizations (Deaths in next article), Some Descriptions

 stock here, Statistics by age group

Some descriptions of hospitalizations

Nausea, dizziness, headache, extremely red face,  swollen bottom lip,  pressure and tightness in chest, oxygen levels dropped, difficult breathing, and heart rate was elevated.   Treatment at clinic:  Oxygen mask was put on to 4 litters, breathing treatment done,  Benadryl, Pepcid, Tylenol, and then  eppy shot was given.  Ambulance then came to clinic and took my son to the ER.  Most of the same thing was done in the ER.  Patient still felt bad after 4 or 5 hrs in ER room.  So he was admitted to stay in the hospital.  He stayed 3 days and 2 nights in the hospital.  He had breathing issues, nausea, headaches, and Elevated heart rate for the first 2 days. Wasn?t till the 3 day that he felt well enough to go home.

3 Seizures on 3/10 8 Seizures on 3/12 Placed on Ventilaor 3/12 Removed on 3/13 5 seizures on 3/13 Placed back on vent 3/13 Removed  from vent 3/15 Seizure on 3/15

20 weeks and 3 days pregnant with a girl at time of COVID vaccine, due date July 14th 2021. Anatomy scan on 2/26/21 and everything was normal. Two prior pregnancies both healthy and carried full term in 2017 and 2019. Spontaneous preterm labor on March 6th, 2021. Resulted in baby being born and dying about an hour and a half later due to how early she was. Labs came back normal, no signs of infection, placenta pathology came back normal. Baby was healthy as of 2/26/21 and was born alive.

The patient, who has no significant past medical history including diabetes, presented with very severe diabetic ketoacidosis  one week after receiving the vaccine.  He  developed severe metabolic encephalopathy, aspiration pneumonia, and was placed on mechanical ventilation.  At the time of this reporting, he is brain death (awaiting apnea test confirmation).  He is expected not to survive.

Not all or limited to: anaphylactic reaction:  Feeling lump in throat, tongue feeling funny with numbness, feeling of hard to swallow, throat tightness, shortness of breath, tachycardia, tachypnea, pressure, tingling, and numbness from head to toe, dizziness/lightheartedness, cough, voice changes.


Chest Tightness and shortness of breath

acute, mild pancreatitis, associated with symptoms associated with Nausea and vomiting and abdominal pain.  Patient's symptoms started 1 day after her vaccination.

severe abdominal pain experience 2 days post vaccination of dose 1 of 2. Diagnoses with early acute appendicitis on Friday December 18th and had a laproscopic appendectomy on Saturday December 19th.

Rapid heart beat, difficulty breathing, itching, rash, clamminess, cold sweats, nausea

Burning in throat, flushed face and neck. Developed stridor. Benadryl 25 mg PO given, Epinephrine 0.5mg given IM, albuterol inhaler 4 puffs. Transferred to the Emergency department and admitted to the hospital.

When I got the vaccination I was 32weeks pregnant and on Saturday I had spontaeous rupture of the amnotic fluids and went immediately to the hospital and was immediately given steroid, magnesium for the baby.  And on Sunday around 3:45PM I got a second round of the steroids and was transferred for observation.  On Monday, at 8:06am I went into early labor I delivered my baby at 33weeks gestation and she weighed 3lb 11oz.  Expected Date of Delivery-2/8/2021.  I was a high risk patient d/t Fibroids but have experienced no issues the entire pregnancy and my last ultrasound was 12/17 and baby was healthy with no complications at that time.

15 minute post vaccination observation patient denied any symptoms. Later in the day patient experienced significant nausea and vomiting followed by mild SOB and throat swelling.

Pediatrician working in the hospital. Was exposed the an office contact wo had covid.  Shoulder in soreness. At work on  Wednesday. Felt lightheaded had to sit in chair. That's all he reminders.  He workup to a CODE team putting oxygen on him. He has a seizure. Took the COVID test has COVID. Admitted to hospital for 2 days. Likely a syncopal  event.

33 y.o.ßmaleßwith no significant past medical history except for obesity who has been working as a nurse in the emergency room department in our hospital and today he received COVID-19 vaccine and 30 minutes later patient started having increased saliva, cold hands and feet, left-sided pressure-like headache and some numbness in his legs at the same time he suddenly started talking only in first language and lost his ability to speak in second language. ßHe understand second language but replying first language stating that he is talking in second language. ßOn exam he was alert oriented confused by people not understanding his second language stating that his numbness and cold feeling in the hands and feet have improved. ßInitially patient received 10 mg of Decadron for possible allergic reaction he had a head CT scan that was negative and his labs were remarkable only for hypokalemia. ßPatient had no prior history of any neurological symptoms he was advised admission to the hospital for observation ß ß Patient symptoms resolved next day,he is alert oriented able to communicate in second language he had a head MRI and head neck MRA that came back negative and had an EEG that showed no seizure activities.  Patient was seen in neurology consultation who felt that patient most likely had an episode of migraine headache.  Patient is going to be discharged home and to have a follow-up with his primary care physician next week ß

Was given the vaccine and about 5 minutes later started having swelling and my eyes and face.  It was watched for a few minutes and was assessed by EMS and taken to the emergency department.  I was given epinephrine, Benadryl,  Solu-Medrol, Pepcid, IV fluids, DuoNebs and observed overnight.  I  was given multiple rounds of Benadryl, steroids, Pepcid, DuoNebs

my left arm and breast were tender with some mild body aches and low grade headache/Arm soreness; my left arm and breast were tender with some mild body aches and low grade headache/ left breast was increasingly painful with swollen palpable lymph nodes; my left arm and breast were tender with some mild body aches and low grade headache/ left breast was increasingly painful with swollen palpable lymph nodes; my left arm and breast were tender with some mild body aches and low grade headache/ left breast was increasingly painful with swollen palpable lymph nodes; my left arm and breast were tender with some mild body aches and low grade headache; body soreness and stiffness; This is a spontaneous report from a contactable healthcare professional.  A 34-year-old female patient received first dose of BNT162B2 (PFIZER-BIONTECH COVID-19 VACCINE, lot number: EH9899), via an unspecified route of administration on 18Dec2020 at single dose for COVID-19 immunisation.  The patient medical history and concomitant medications were not reported.  The patient stated, ""the day after the injection, my left arm and breast were tender with some mild body aches and low grade headache. Sunday Arm soreness went away but left breast was increasingly painful with swollen palpable lymph nodes, with body soreness and stiffness. Monday left breast is still remarkably tender with palpable lymph nodes"" on 19Dec2020 (reported as Seriousness criteria-Caused/prolonged hospitalization: Yes, on an unspecified date in Dec2020). The outcome of the event was not recovered.; Sender's Comments: The reported information is limited. Based on the close temporal relationship and the description of the events, there is a reasonable possibility that the events are related to BNT162 vaccine. The impact of this report on the benefit/risk profile of the Pfizer product is evaluated as part of Pfizer procedures for safety evaluation, including the review and analysis of aggregate data for adverse events. Any safety concern identified as part of this review, as well as any appropriate action in response, will be promptly notified to regulatory authorities, Ethics Committees, and Investigators, as appropriate.""

angiodema. hospitalized overnight. During the hospitalization pt was started on an epi gtt and given MTP 125 mg. He had subsequent hyperglycemia, and increased his rate on his insulin pump to 2 U/hr (from 0.83 U/hr). Pt then decreased his rate to 1.4 U/hr while on the epi gtt, and then to 1.1 U/hr when off of the epi gtt. He also strengthened his carb ratio from 1:12 to 1:10 last night.Pt reports he had postprandial hyperglycemia overnight after his meal, but then BG corrected overnight. Pt reports fasting this morning is in the 110s. This morning's breakfast on 1:10 CR with well controlled BG.

Started feeling a reaction immediately after the vaccine, felt blurred vision, dizziness, racing heartbeat, chest rash and face, itching all over, difficulty swallowing, tongue tingling and wheezing. Sent to ED. EPI and Benadryl.  1800 Went to see her in the ED, room 33. She has red rash to neck, shaky hands itching to neck and chest.  ED Dr to discharge, she stated husband to pick her up and she will follow up with OH tomorrow. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------RN   ED gave her Epinephrine 0.3 mg, Methylprednisolone 125mg, Diphenhydramine HCL 50 mg, Zofran 4mg, Lorazepam 1 mg, Hydroxyzine HCL 50 mg Sumatriptan 6mg ,  Discharge from ED at 1902 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RN 12/29/2020 1715 called to check on patient. left voicemail for her to call OH. ???????..?  12/29/2020 1838 left voicemail for patient to call OH. ??????????????????????. 12/30/20 2030 spoke with her. Tuesday 12/29 3pm-4pm dizziness, confusion, sob. Wheezing. Ambulance called. Hospital   admitted. Intubated for less than 24 hours. Breathing treatments, epi drip. Now just on steroids and walking around and feeling better. Still admitted at hospital. Hoping discharged tomorrow. --------------------------------------------------------------------------RN

Redness about 1 1/2 inches around injection site, edema to right arm, r side of neck, r breast, r shoulder, temp 99.3, increased blood pressure.     Patient went to primary care physician. She was then sent to the ER. She was Covid (+) in July 2020


30YO F ICU nurse obesity (BMI 35) COVID 19 on Dec 2 symptoms, Dec 3 tested positive for COVID-19. never hospitalized, outpatient only. 12/12 completed isolation 12/21 received vaccine 12/7 developed Fever chills diarrhea SOB cough Urgent care visit. RLL consolidation on CXR given doxycycline 100 mg po bid worse, fever 40 targetoid lesions to LE (started before doxy) WBC 22K tachycardic tachypneic admitted requiring 2-4L oxygen CT angio without clot, diffuse ground glass and RML dense infiltrate DDimer 7.8 LDH 599 CRP 41 procal 0.67 ferritin 500 Viral respiratory PCR negative Sputum cx with oral flora (pending) COVID ag testing neg COVID PCR 1/3 targets positive (called as indeterminate).

Vaccine given at 7:05am 12:00noon, 5 hours later, I started experiencing severe chest pain, jaw pain and shortness of breath in which EMS was called and I was taken to the hospital.  Since then, I lost feeling in my hands and feet, numbness and tingling.  I've improved however, during my recovery suffered with spinal pain, shortness of breath, very winded, muscle pain and loss of appetite to especially meat.

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