Deaths From COVID-19 Are Different From Other Respiratory Distress, But ICU Practices Are The Same

Deaths From COVID-19 Are Different From Other Respiratory Distress, But ICU Practices Are The Same

If someone elderly with blood clots and cancer treatment dies from respiratory distress, the federal government is generous about calling it a COVID-19 death. Even gunshot victims are considered COVID-19 related if they had tested positive for the virus in the last 30 days. So the increased COVID-19 deaths here are not mislabeled, at least if we extrapolate from people with similar lung failure who died at the same hospital in years before COVID-19. Japan had few cases and few deaths from COVID-19 because they refused to worry about it. \"What was persistent before and after COVID-19, and something we need to be better about after last year's coronavirus is a memory?

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