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Doctor recreates what COVID patients might see moments before they pass away

Doctor recreates what COVID patients might see moments before they pass away

Dr. Kenneth Remy, a Washington University researcher and physician at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital, has recreated what people suffering from the novel coronavirus see before they die. Hovering over the camera, he says ’I hope that the last moment of your life doesn’t look like this.’ Dr. Remy also urged people to wear masks, practice social distancing, and hand washing.

Tom A
Tom A
Icebella
Icebella 1 months

This is what you could see if you are a trauma victim, unstable cardiac patient, pregnant woman requiring an emergency intubation. There is a known risk of remembering the endo trachea tube being placed even through medications are given to reduce consciousness. It is not desirable, but the patient safety is the primary concern. Medical professionals shouldn't try to scare patients.

Suzi
Suzi 1 months

Pretty sure that sight isn’t limited to those dying of COVID. I mean, in reality, most people that die in a hospital are going to have this experience.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 months

If you don't kneel to everything you're government tells your about COVID, you are a labeled a COVID-denier or anti-vaxxer. What should this be labeled? COVID-exaggerater or maybe Corona-Goebbels?

Schwere
Schwere 1 months

Dr Remy should try this in a different venue, what people being eaten by a shark see.

Judi Em
Judi Em 1 months

Oh pleeezzze.... Who would think this up? Unbelievable.

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