"We Need To Talk About Kidney"
I have an alternate view on lung physiology that dismisses the notion of oxygen and carbon dioxide gaseous exchange
The article is titled
We breathe air not oxygen
I take you though all the steps that lead to this statement
Including how oxygen is manufactured
How oxygen is calibrated
Eg medical oxygen has 67parts per million of water contamination
Why oxygen is toxic, dehydrates and damages the alveoli
Lung physiology requires the air at the alveoli to reach 100% humidity
Can you see the problem?
The new take on lung physiology:
The lungs rehydrate the passing RBCs with iso tonic saline solution as they pass through the alveoli capillary beds
RBCs change from dark contracted dehydrated to plump bright hydrated form as they soak up the iso tonic saline solution the bursting alveoli bubbles throw upon the capillary sac
The airway mucosa conditions the breathe with salt and moisture
Find the article
Excellent work, I'm trying to get a hold of Bobby Bounds to the MN data, see what kind of dashboard I can make out of it.
Very good information! Can you talk with anyone at Mayo to see how they administered and monitored their patients on Remdesivir? They might be happy to brag since they did so much better.😉
Great deep dive! I’m left with no questions. I do wonder if Artificial Intelligence docs will be more consistent from one doc to the other, but “one size fits all” could be even more pronounced then.
Thank you very much.
Great deep diving. For your new datasets, do you see correlation of terms like "Sepsis" or "Multiorgan Failure" with jabbing?
There's a reason why the nurses called it "Run Death Is Near", after all.
“Isn’t it odd that a respiratory pathogen would be causing kidney injury?” COVID is a disease of the vascular system, so no it isn't odd.