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http://healthyfamiliesforgod.com/2015/11/er-nurse-shares-experiences-vaccine-reactions/


Posted by sjpoff Nov-19-2015 Family Health, Natural Families 0 Comments.
Pediatricians often say that they have never seen a vaccine reaction before. Most adverse vaccine reactions are in the emergency room department, though. Additionally, many doctors and nurses do not even know how to recognize adverse vaccine reactions. And as we will see, there is a lot of cover-up when it comes to vaccine reactions.

That is why I am elated to be able to share with you one ER nurse’s perspective on adverse reactions to vaccines. He was kind enough to share his story with me as well as his other life experiences that led up to his passion for helping people as a nurse. Please grab a cup of tea and hear his story. I hope EVERY parent reads this.



By GuerillaRN

(Re-posted with his permission)

“As an E.R. nurse, I have seen the cover up. Where do you think kids go when they have a vaccine reaction?

They go to the E.R.

They come to me.


Sometimes it seemed like it was one or two cases in a single shift, every shift, for weeks. Then I would get a lull, and I wouldn’t catch one for a week or two, then I’d catch another case per night for a couple weeks. This was common.

Once, I was training a nursing student, about to graduate, on their E.R. experience rotation in nursing school. This student and I floated up to triage to cover the triage nurse for a break. I was quizzing them on what to ask and look for as a triage nurse on pediatric kids that came through. I made a point about asking about immunizations right out the gates. The student was puzzled, and asked why, and I told the student because we see vaccine reactions every day and it’s their job to catch it, alert the doctor and the parents, and report it to VAERS [Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System: https://vaers.hhs.gov/index ].

Some higher power apparently smiled on my attempt to open the eyes of another nurse I guess, because not even ten minutes later, a woman brought her child up to the counter. Sudden onset super high fever and lethargy. I asked if the child was up to date on vaccination.
 

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yep.. I agree. The majority of the doctors I have worked with do the minimum needed to get the heck out of the room and onto the next! For them to document something about a possible vaccine reaction probably won't happen because they could be asked why they didn't do the next step- filling out a VARES report (more time). Have you ever tried to get your doctor to fill out a FMLA form or other "extra" form? I can't tell you how many huff and puff about it. Others charge $25-50 per form.
Bottom line, it is much easier for them to omit info. If they do believe in the damage, then it is possible they don't want to open Pandora's box and cause themselves further work or discrimination. Another possibility is that they are choosing not to acknowledge the truth based on their own opinions. "Vaccines are safe" they say... couldn't be from this- it is a coincidence! This is seen with the misdiagnosis of diseases anyway.. I wish more ER/trauma nurses would speak out and I wish I knew which hospitals were more "open" to the idea of a reaction.
 

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yep.. I agree. The majority of the doctors I have worked with do the minimum needed to get the heck out of the room and onto the next! For them to document something about a possible vaccine reaction probably won't happen because they could be asked why they didn't do the next step- filling out a VARES report (more time). Have you ever tried to get your doctor to fill out a FMLA form or other "extra" form? I can't tell you how many huff and puff about it. Others charge $25-50 per form.
Bottom line, it is much easier for them to omit info. If they do believe in the damage, then it is possible they don't want to open Pandora's box and cause themselves further work or discrimination. Another possibility is that they are choosing not to acknowledge the truth based on their own opinions. "Vaccines are safe" they say... couldn't be from this- it is a coincidence! This is seen with the misdiagnosis of diseases anyway.. I wish more ER/trauma nurses would speak out and I wish I knew which hospitals were more "open" to the idea of a reaction.
We can't even get our doctors to sign their own electronic notes(one click)...
 
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