OPINION AND EDITORIAL
“Hollywood film maker” Jason Goodman appears to have re-instituted his so-called smear campaigns of “asking questions”. This time Jason Goodman, co-founder of the conspiracy brand “CrowdSource The Truth“, is insinuating that a novel theory to address the apparent Acute Repository Distress Syndrome (A.R.D.S.) of COVID-19 patients may be another “social engineering campaign” designed to hurt the President in the Oval Office.
A.R.D.S. can be thought of in this example as High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (H.A.P.E.)
Above: Defendant in two federal lawsuits Jason Goodman
Above: Latest so-called “smear target” Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell
“The patients in front of me were unlike any patients I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen many patients and I’ve treated many diseases. You get used to seeing certain patterns, and the patterns I was seeing did not make sense. Clinically they look a lot more like high-altitude sickness than pneumonia. The real illness may may be a disfunction of the oxygenation of the blood. Doctors still need ventilators to treat patients but they should reflect on the treatment strategy because this is an entirely new disease”
Cameron Kyle-Sidell, MD, Critical Care, Maimonides Medical Center, NYC
Last week, Jason Goodman seemed to create a social media podcast dust-up with Dr. Paul Cottrell (see text below). This week it appears to be Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell.
IS COVID-19 REALLY HIGH ALTITUDE SICKNESS?
COVID-19 lung disease, as far as I can see, is not a pneumonia and should not be treated as one.
Rather, it appears as some kind of viral induced disease, most resembling high altitude sickness.
… Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell
Above: Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell explains his theory
Above: Example of a mountain climber with altitude sickness
Above: Mountain Climbing Altitude Sickness Chart
John Whyte, MD, MPH: Hello. I’m Dr John Whyte, chief medical officer at WebMD. Welcome to “Coronavirus in Context.” Today we’re going to talk about whether we’re managing coronavirus correctly; do we need to think about a change in our treatment regiments? My guest is Dr Cameron Kyle-Sidell. He’s a physician trained in emergency medicine and critical care, and he practices at Maimonides in Brooklyn, New York. Welcome, Dr Sidell.
Cameron Kyle-Sidell, MD: Thank you very much. Thank you for inviting me.
Whyte: This is more like a high-altitude sickness. Is that right?
Kyle-Sidell: Yes. The patients in front of me are unlike any patients I’ve ever seen., and I’ve seen a great many patients and have treated many diseases. You get used to seeing certain patterns, and the patterns I was seeing did not make sense. This originally came to me when we had a patient who had hit what we call our trigger to put in a breathing tube, meaning she had displayed a level of hypoxia of low oxygen levels where we thought she would need a breathing tube. Most of the time, when patients hit that level of hypoxia, they’re in distress and they can barely talk; they can’t say complete sentences. She could do all of those and she did not want a breathing tube. So she asked that we put it in at the last minute possible. It was this perplexing clinical condition: When was I supposed to put the breathing tube in? When was the last minute possible? All the instincts as a physician—like looking to see if she tires out —none of those things occurred. It’s extremely perplexing. But I came to realize that this condition is nothing I’ve ever seen before. And so I started to read to try to figure it out, leaving aside the exact mechanism of how this disease is causing havoc on the body, but instead trying to figure out what the clinical syndrome looked like.
He added that although it is a lung disease, it is not pneumonia, but rather seems to be “some kind of viral-induced disease most resembling high altitude sickness. It is as if tens of thousands of my fellow New Yorkers are on a plane at 30,000 feet and the cabin pressure is slowly being let out,” he said.
“These patients are slowly being starved of oxygen … and while they look like patients absolutely on the brink of death, they do not look like patients dying of pneumonia,” he said.
“Some are questioning whether this is a lung disease causing blood problems or a blood disease causing lung problems.”
Above: Warning climbers of Altitude Illness threat
OTHER JASON GOODMAN ATTACKS: STALKING, TELEPHONING, HUMILIATION
Above: A Jason Goodman production of Dr. Paul Cottrell
Jason Goodman films patients at NYC’s Presbyterian Hospital while accused by Pro Field McConnell physician of obtaining her private telephone number to interfere with patient care — plus new court documents in Steven S. Biss case
Above: Allegedly Dr. Tammy Towers Parry, MD received a so-called “creepy” phone call from Jason Goodman
Above: Jason Goodman makes physical contact with George Webb in a so-called stalking fashion (sneak up behind move)
Above: Alleged attorney Larry Klayman (l) and Jason Goodman (r) act as “special prosecutors” in something called “Citizens Grand Jury”
Above: Jason Goodman (l), Roger Stone (c), Jerome Corsi (r)
Above: Jason Goodman states that George Webb is a “beloved friend” (time-mark 5:20). “This is a warning of caution,” Goodman pleads (5:46). “I have no proof of this,” he says (6:00). “I was born in the Bronx New York on April 7, 1972,” Goodman states (7:54). “I am not trying to earn money,” he states (9:40).
To be continued….
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