Texan foursome died from coronavirus according to a report after refusing to treat according to a hospital.
On June 2, Michael Hickson, 46, developed pneumonia after contracting COVID-19 at the nursing home. Accepted to David’s South Austin Medical Center.
But the hospital refused to treat him, According to Hickson’s wife MelissaThe doctors who claim that invasive COVID treatments will not improve their “quality of life” due to advanced barriers.
“Intention [treatment] How does it affect the quality? Will it improve the quality of life? ”A doctor he said to Melissa is heard, according to the records obtained by the local news station KVUE. “And the answer is no.”
The spooky spouse then hits the doctor.
“Why not?” asked. “Doesn’t living improve the quality of life?”
“There is no improvement in intubation with a series of lines and tubes in your body and being in the ventilator for more than two weeks,” he said.
The doctor can be heard saying, “As of now, the quality of life – not too much.”
“What do you mean?” Melissa answered. “No quality of life because it is paralyzed by brain damage?”
“That’s right,” said the doctor.
Six days later, on June 11, her husband died.
“The reason we went to the hospitals should be treated and not depend on whether you are disabled or something else,” Melissa told KVUE.
However, hospital officials denied that they stopped treatment because of Hickson’s pre-existing condition.
“Every clinical decision made for him was made as part of a multidisciplinary team, which included his caregiver, who is a surrogate family according to the law,” said Dr. DeVry Anderson to the station.
A court appointed Family Eldercare as Hickson’s caregiver after his wife and sister were detained.
“Mr. Hickson’s wife, family, and medical community agreed with the decision not to intubate Mr. Hickson,” Family Eldercare said in a statement.
However, pro-life activists tore up the hospital’s decision to discontinue treatment regardless of the situation.
“Whenever you say quality of life, this is completely subjective and I think if this person deserves to live,” said Texas Right of Life officer Kimberlyn Schwartz to the station.
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