Harry V. Snyder

Day of death: 01/29/2022

Location: Ohio

Hospital: Miami Valley Hospital

Allowed to see family or patient advocate?: yes_fam

Asked to sign DNR: yes

Asked if vaccinated: yes

Was the victim treated differently as a result of disclosing their vax status?: idk

"I told them NO REMDESIVIR for 4 days and he still got 4 doses."

Name of Victim: Harry V. Snyder

Age: 83 years old

Date of onset of symptoms: 01/20/2022

First sought medical attention: 01/15/2022

Admitted to hospital: 01/15/2022

Treatment received at hospital: Treated poorly

Experience in hospital:

As my dad had dementia, I had to be his representative. I asked for remdesivir to be stopped and ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to be started. I also asked for a higher dosage of vitamin C and an antihistamine to be administered.

Medications given: Remdesivir, ativan, antibiotics, adrenaline, Benzonatate, blood pressure meds, dexamethasone, dexametomidine, Decadron, famotidine, haldor, heparin, insulin, lasix, Monoclonal antibodies, morphine, midazolam, Oxygen, pain killers, polyethyleneglycol, precedex, propofol, seraquel, sodium chloride, Steroids, Vancomycin, vit c

How long was the victim on remdesivir?: 4 days

Was the victim informed about remdesivir's EUA status?: no

Informed of RMV side effects?: no

Was there consent for the use of remdesivir?: no

Person being interviewed: Laura L. Snyder

Relationship To Victim: Daughter

Pursuing legal action?: would

Engaging in activism: yes

What types of activism: Suing the hospital for mistreatment. Inform friends and family on how to handle the hospitals if a loved one needs care.

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The Interview with Laura L. Snyder

The hospital only saw a non-vaccinated, dementia senior citizen and refused proper care.

Death by Remdesivir, Laura’s Story
Written by Laura L. Snyder(Daughter)

My name is Laura L. Snyder, I am the daughter, POA & medical advisor of the covid victim. This is my dad’s story through my works.  A year prior, my dad, Harry V Snyder, was admitted to the hospital, Premiers Upper Valley hospital in Troy, OH, for fluid backup in his body caused by his heart not pumping properly. As my dad had been diagnosed with dementia years prior and my mom could no longer take care of home at home, we decided to get him the help he needed and more eyes on him. This is when we found the assisted living center Story Point located in Troy, OH. From the hospital, my dad was moved to his own room at Story Point. A year later, on Wednesday January 12, 2021, I received a phone call from the nurse at the assisted living center Story Point, that my dad Harry Victor Snyder tested positive for covid.  This was the beginning of the end for my father.

As my dad wasn’t feeling well, I knew I had to get busy. I had to get Ivermectin in his system to fight the covid and it wasn’t going to be easy because doctors are prevented from prescribing Ivermectin, pharmacy’s weren’t filling any prescriptions when they were written, and the fact assisted living centers are only authorized to do so much without the patient’s doctors approval. I took some Ivermectin into the assisted living center a couple times a day and placed some under my dad’s arm, so it would absorb into his body. This was done because I needed to find alternative ways to get the Ivermectin into a dementia patient’s body. This went on for a few days. While at the assisted living center, I also asked the nurse on duty to check his oxygen saturation levels, which at this time, was over 90. I also knew I had to get my dad the monoclonal antibodies to help fight covid. This was during the time, when the CDC made it harder for people to get the treatment easily at our local hospitals, as they saw it was working. Thankfully, my dad fit the criteria to acquire the antibodies. I schedule his appointment for January 15, 2021, at Premier’s Miami Valley hospital in Dayton, OH.

As my dad was pretty much dead weight, I asked one of my brothers to help take him to the Miami Valley hospital. Upon our arrival, the nurse set everything up and my dad received the monoclonal antibodies he needed. However, when she checked his oxygen saturation levels, it was between 85-87, which is below normal for my dad’s age of 83. With the help of oxygen, my dad’s oxygen saturation levels were steady between 93-96. Once the treatment was complete, my dad’s oxygen saturation levels went back below 90 to 85 once the oxygen was removed from his nose. The nurse recommended we move to the ER to get a prescription for an oxygen tank.

Now my dad was admitted to the ER and while there, the ER nurse and doctor asked if my dad was vaccinated with the covid vaccine. As one of my dad’s last wishes, while my dad still had his mind, was to not get the covid vaccine. He felt something was wrong because of all the hype on the news. Mom and I did everything possible to prevent the covid vaccine from being administered to my dad. So no, my dad was not vaccinated. After hours of testing, they had my dad admitted to the covid section of the hospital. As my dad had dementia, I asked if I could go with him to get him settled into his room, but this was against the hospital rules.

Around four in the morning, my dad’s covid nurse called me and informed me that my dad has been restrained as he was moving around and kept pulling the oxygen tube from his nose. Come to find out, the hospital didn’t administer my dad’s dementia medication, QUEtiaplne (Seroquel), as they stated dad wouldn’t eat and he wouldn’t take any oral medications. At that time, I also informed the nurse that I didn’t want my dad to have remdesivir. The nurse stated she would write a note to the doctor to inform them.

On the second day, I arrived at the hospital to visit my dad in the covid section of the hospital. At that time, the hospital required everyone to wear a mask, and each patient can only have 2 visitors per day. As it was just me, the visitation was fine. I entered my dad’s room, and my dad was asleep. While I was there, the nurse called me to inform me how my dad was doing. During our conversation, I informed the nurse that I asked the previous nurse to not give my dad remdesivir. The nurse I was talking to said she didn’t see that on his chart and would ask the doctor. But the nurse did ask me why I didn’t want remdesivir administered and I informed them that I hadn’t heard good things about the medicine. The nurse tried to convince me that they’ve seen good things from remdesivir. While at the hospital, I gave my dad more ivermectin to help get him over covid quicker. After a few hours, I left praying my dad’s condition would be better the next day. Something was working because my dad was moving more than he had been for the past few days. I assume from the monoclonal antibody treatment.

On the third day, Tuesday January 18, I went to check on my dad and he was awake and fidgety because my dad was now on day three of not having his dementia medication. Now my dad had someone with him 24/7 to prevent him from pulling on his oxygen tube and the IV in his arm.  My dad has an engineering mind, so he gave the staff on duty a challenge. Once again, I asked the nurse on duty to not administer remdesivir and if the medication had been stopped. The nurse looked in the system and stated there was nothing listed about not wanting remdesivir stopped.  I asked again for remdesivir to not be administered and the nurse sent a note to the doctor. Once again, I administered Ivermectin to my dad to get him over covid quicker.

On the fourth day of visiting my dad, I gave my dad Ivermectin to try to get him over covid quicker, since the hospital wasn’t doing it. I talked with the nurse on duty and she finally sent a note to the doctor about not wanting remdesivir administered to my dad. She also asked if the hospital can give my dad a feeding tube as he’s not eating normally and hasn’t since he’s been there. To which I said yes since he needs nourishment. She also informed me that they would be able to administer his dementia medication to help with his anxiety. While at the hospital, someone from the disease center in the hospital called me asking why I didn’t want my dad to have remdesivir as it was protocol. I informed her that I haven’t heard good things about it and have had friends lose loved ones from remdesivir. She asked me what he should have and I stated Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, but she wouldn’t add those to his list of medications. But FINALLLY, they stopped giving my dad remdesivir. Once again, my dad was agitated and moving around. I asked the nurse on duty why they haven’t been staying on top of my dad’s dementia medication because when he’s on it, he’s less agitated. As the sun was going down and the sundown syndrome was starting, the nurse had no choice but to get something for my dad’s anxiety to relax him. This took hours to get the medication from the pharmacy, but finally after the medication was administered, my dad was able to rest.

I continued to visit my dad every day while he was in the covid section of the hospital. The days were the same, but I could see my dad’s heart monitor changing, continually go down day after day. Because of my dad’s heart condition, he was unable to be removed from the hospital and taken home to Story Point. On that Friday, January 21, 2022, my dad was moved to a different part of the hospital, as his 10 days of quarantine were up. The room was nicer, but I could still see my dad was agitated and wrestles. I did watch the nurse administer what looked like “food” into the feeding tube at least once while I was there during the three hours I was there visiting.

On January 22, 2023, the nurse called me to review my dad’s status. During our conversation, the nurse asked if I wanted to call in hospice. I found this to be an odd question, as the hospital was supposed to be restoring my dad’s health, so he can return to his “normal” life at the assisted living. Before covid, my dad was a high functioning dementia patient. He could walk, dance, sing, put puzzles together, and shower with little assistance from the facility. Now my dad’s health was just the opposite. In addition, I also noticed my dad was breaking out in a rash on his arms and chest, which is also a known side effect of administering remdesivir.

Reference: https://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/remdesivir-intravenous-route/side-effects/drg-20503608

I arrived at the hospital on January 23, 2023, to discover my dad had his first and only cardiac arrest up to that point in his life. The wall oxygen was increased from 4-5 to 8-9. His heart monitor was now lower than it ever had been. When my dad did open his eyes, it was as if he wasn’t there. At this point, I wasn’t sure how much more my dad’s body could take, so I called in all family members.

Over the next few days, I watched my dad’s health decline. My dad’s doctor called to discuss his health and he mentioned that I asked for hospice care. I informed him that the nurse is the one who asked about hospice, not me. I asked how my dad’s health was going and how soon he might be returning to Story Point. The doctor mentioned they tried to have my dad stand up and walk, but his body wasn’t allowing him to stand up on his own. This went on for a few days.

On January 27, 2023, I received a phone call, around 4:30AM, from the nurse to inform me my dad had another cardiac arrest, and my dad has been moved to the ICU. Upon arrival later that morning, I could see my dad was less agitated and his heart beats were lower than they have ever been. While sitting with my dad, the nurse came in, looked at the monitor, turned around and got my dad’s advisor. The advisor came in and informed me that dad’s heart is failing and its just a matter of time before his heart gives out. I asked the advisor to contact hospice to start the process and I called in the family to say goodbye. Later that day, the hospice nurse came in the room to discuss dad’s situation. The hospice nurse explained how they would take care of dad and they would move him to their facility. I asked if we could move him to the hospice in Troy, OH as it was closer to home, which the hospice nurse mentioned that with the condition my dad is in, he might not make the 20 minute trip. The best option was move him to the local hospice 2 miles away from the hospital. This is when the family decided to place dad on hospice care. At that time, hospice didn’t have a room for dad until Friday January 29, 2023, so dad was on hospice care at the hospital until he could be transported.

On that Friday morning, January 29, 2023, the ambulance came to relocate my dad to the hospice facility. When they moved my dad from the hospital bed to the ambulance bed, my dad didn’t move much. After dad left the hospital, we collected our things and were going to allow for the few hours for hospice to get things ready with dad. Within an hour of my dad’s arrival at hospice, I received a phone call from the hospice nurse that my dad was “close”, and we needed to get to hospice to say goodbye.

Upon arrival to hospice, the nurse met our family outside dad’s room to inform us that he had passed. The nurse said that he passed peacefully and that doesn’t always happen.

After my dad’s passing, I requested his hospital paperwork for his stay. The first word on each daily report, in large capital letters on dad’s chart said, “UNVACINATED”. I also did more research to discover remdesivir is known to cause cardiotoxic effects on the cardiovascular system. With a little research, the hospitals knew remdesivir would not help the patients overcome covid, but do more harm to other organs.





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