Thursday 6 October 2022

Doctor Surprised as Patient Refuses to Receive Blood Transfusion if Donor had been Vaccinated Against COVID-19


On Sunday, Dr. Stephanie Cooper shared on her Twitter followers that she was surprised when one of her patients declined to receive a blood transfusion if the donor had been vaccinated against COVID-19.

Dr. Stephanie Cooper is a Calgary-trained Obstetrician-Gynecologist and Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist with Alberta Health Services.

“So- this was a first for me. A patient declined blood transfusion if the donor had received a covid vaccination,” she wrote.

Another doctor replied and expressed the same sentiment, “Sadly, we’ve had a couple of patients here with the same beliefs.” 

“Blood transfusions prevent many women from dying from childhood. This is a new twist of risk vs benefit counseling I was not expecting,” Dr. Cooper responded on the tweet.

“Look- blood transfusions have saved so many of my patients from dying in childbirth. I CAN’T request non-covid vax blood- blood bank doesn’t register vax status. We barely have enough blood as it is. Donate blood. Save mothers. Enough,” Cooper tweeted.

One user responded to one of her tweets saying, “some of us remember the 80s . took a while for ‘doctors’ to catch on then, too.”

Another user said, “People had to endure a lot of mud slinging and vitriol over the last 2 years. Why would they compromise this now? And ppl in the UK also remember this.”

Two registered nurses said they lost faith in the medical community.

“What is even worse is people now refuse medical care because they don’t trust the profession anymore. I was a nurse for 31 years and understand what they are feeling. I have lost faith in our profession after all this.”

“Me too – RN since 1990 – tired of it all. Don’t trust 95% of the medical professionals I know. Sad.”

Twitter user, DOCTOR FROM NEW YORK, claimed in his tweet that blood transfusion of mRNA vaccinated person to children, especially if vaccinated within 30 days can cause “life-threatening clot or emboli that can kill the child.”

It can be recalled, The Gateway Pundit reported Cornelia Hertzler of Hot Springs, Montana, who gave birth to Alexander on January 3, 2022.

Mrs. Hertzler told The Gateway Pundit that her one-month-old baby died from a blood clot caused by receiving “COVID-vaccinated blood” during a blood transfusion.

“He died after getting a blood transfusion of vaccinated blood,” Hertzler claimed. “He got a blood clot instantly after receiving his transfusion. A blood clot that no blood thinner could resolve.”

“Later on, after our authorization had expired (we only authorized a blood transfusion in case of an emergency during an operation). The doctor gave him a blood transfusion because his hemoglobin levels were a little low. We had not given permission for this and the doctor knew we did not want vaccinated blood because we were worried about blood clots. The next day after the transfusion, they discovered a blood clot,” Hertzler said. 

According to American Red Cross, they don’t “label blood products as containing vaccinated or unvaccinated blood as the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream & poses no safety risks to the recipient.”

According to a study supported by the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digitalization of Romania and published on the NIH website, the mRNA vaccine can be detected in blood at 15 days post-vaccination, contrary to Red Cross claims.

“In conclusion, we showed that BNT162b2 vaccine mRNA remains in the systemic circulation of vaccinated individuals for at least 2 weeks, during which it likely retains its ability to induce S-protein expression in susceptible cells and tissues,” the study stated.

“In plasma, mRNA was immediately detectable at just hours following vaccination, remained detectable when sampled at 6 and 15 days.”

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