Infection Disease Doctor told me, "Don't read the textbook before you come here!"
Kenneth Madsen, Jr. was a healthy 49 year old man who contracted COVID symptoms on December 7, 2021. Kenneth’s fever spiked several days later therefore, he went to the University of Texas Medical Branch Urgent Care in League City, Texas to inquire and received the monoclonal infusion. He then later developed discomfort and neck swelling requiring a trip to the Emergency Room at the same hospital where he was admitted on January 8, 2022. Tracy, his wife, explained that he had been taking antibiotics for 72 hours already and the swelling had not diminished. Tracy was a 20 year veteran paramedic and knew what she was talking about when she requested a specific test to get to the root cause of Kenneth’s condition. She was denied. Tracy continued begging for numerous tests because it was apparent Kenneth was experiencing the side effects associated with the monoclonal infusion and/or post covid syndrome.
The Infectious Disease Doctor even told Tracy, “don’t read the textbook next time you come here!”
Kenneth would go into cardiac arrest requiring him to be transferred to the main facility in Galveston because the campus he was currently in was not equipped to handle his condition. Finally on January 14, 2022, Kenneth’s cardiologist listened to Tracy and they started investigating treatment for Multi-System Inflammatory Disorder. By the time the treatment path was agreed upon, it was too late. Kenneth passed away on February 4, 2022.
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