Let us review the tragic death of Ms Adriana Midori Tanaka
The “30 year old” (actually38yo) that they are eulogising to encourage everyone to take the jab
She was classic EZFKA fodder – a foreign “student” immigrant.
And, what’s more, part of the parasitic financial industry
But that is not relevant to what I want to discuss today
Here are the very sketchy details we have of her death
‘A day or two after admission, Adriana complained of chest pains. Medical staff assessed her having a heart attack,’
‘She needed immediate surgery and an instrument (don’t know if it was a pacemaker or otherwise) had to assist her heart to maintain a regular rhythm.
‘Adriana’s health condition worsened after a few days and further tests confirmed that her heart had a “viral infection”.She “never regained consciousness after emergency heart surgery, after the viral infection spread to her heart.”
He said her condition deteriorated so quickly that a decision was made with the relevant consent from family members to switch off the life-preserving machines.
‘Communication was one-way because she had been unconscious for several hours after her emergency heart surgery.’
Here is a brief introduction to cardiac pathology and a likely course of events
1. Myocarditis is a recognised complication of Covid infection.
2. Myocarditis simply means “inflammation of the heart”. The pathologic mechanisms probably aren’t relevant, but there are many viral infections that can cause myocarditis. It does often occur in young otherwise healthy individuals (as a result of any one of these many varied viral infections)
3. Myocarditis can cause death as a result of reduced cardiac output – ie not pumping enough blood around the body, particularly to the brain, leading to cell death
4. The reduced cardiac output can be due to arrhythmia (disorganized pumping of the heart, which is not mechanically efficient), which is often itself a result of myocardial infarction (death of cardiac myocytes)
In the case of Miss Tanaka, it sounds like her covid-induced myocarditis resulted in an infarct and consequent arrhythmia
I cannot think of any other possible co
These arrhythmias can be treated via external pacing (pacing leads positioned on the skin of the chest) such as the ones used for defibrillators, but a bit more sophisticated
However, in the medium and long term will require internal pacing – wires are passed down via the jugular vein into and penetrate the heart wall muscle, and connected to a pacing box which sends electrical impulses down the wire and causes the heart to contract in an organised, regulated fashion
Many thousands of these procedures are performed in Australia every year.
You undoubtedly have a family member or friend who has a pacemaker
It is a big ($$$$$) business for cardiologists and pacemaker manufacturers
As with any procedure, there is a risk of complications
In young women in particular, there is a risk that the pacing leads can perforate the wall of the heart (as their myocardium is thinner and less fibrous than old crusty men)
This will cause blood to pour out of the lumen of the heart, into the surrounding sac (pericardium)
This results in the heart not being able to put blood out into the arteries irrespective of the pacing/rhythm (as the heart is getting squashed by all this blood, it can’t fill or empty properly)
If this isn’t resolved quickly enough, the brain will have had inadequate blood perfusion for a prolonged period of timeBrain cells die as a result
The patient becomes a “vegetable” or brain dead
We can infer this is what happened to Ms Tanaka by the description of events, and the fact that a decision was deliberately made to turn off her life support – this only happens because the patient is brain dead
Even if her heart was completely fucked beyond repair, a very young and otherwise healthy woman like this would be considered for ECMO (basically an external machine takes over the function of the heart) and then heart transplant
So they pulled the plug because they knew that even if they fixed her heart function, her brain can’t be repaired or replaced
Now, the question becomes:
Is this genuinely a covid death?
Or a result of medical misadventure/procedural complication?
Does it matter – is it a distinction without a difference?
I am not suggesting it was incompetence or malpractice, as complications are an accepted and inevitable risk of any medical procedure
But maybe her fellow EZFKA units are not getting the full story here