Hospital: 1) Patient First Urgent Care, Chesapeake, VA (our decision); 2) ER at Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center; 3) ICU at Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center
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Allowed to see family or patient advocate?: yes_fam
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Asked to sign DNR: idr
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Asked if vaccinated: yes
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Was the victim treated differently as a result of disclosing their vax status?: idk
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Name of Victim: Malek Z. Majzoub
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Age: 67 years old
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Date of onset of symptoms: 12/31/2021
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First sought medical attention: 01/08/2022
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Admitted to hospital: 01/08/2022
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Treatment received at hospital: Treated poorly
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Experience in hospital:
Malek asked for cough medicine. He told me after 2 days that he requested it, but never got it. I inquired about it and the doctor said I ordered it; he is taking it. I went back and asked my husband about it and he said that's a negative; it's been days, I haven't had it. The doctor reached out to the nurses, it turns out the nurse had some question and in fact he was not given it yet. I went back to the doctor, she shrugged her shoulders and said well I ordered it. They later had someone to go downstairs to get it, but it had been hours and hours. I checked back the next day, he finally got it. This was absolutely ridiculous. Where is the system of checks and balances and following up. The exchange of information and follow up was simply poor. This is neglect and mistreatment. This is only one of the incidences. My late husband and I asked for Monoclonal anti-bodies early on and it was denied. I will provide more information below.
I had know idea that remdesivir was a deadly drug that was given to my husband and that he and I should have been notified. I had to inquire tooth and nail about everything; no information was freely offered to me regarding my husband's status. The covid-19 protocol stinks and the hospitals did not notify us of our rights and even denied the parts that we knew were our rights. I pray to God this does not happen anymore to any other family. This is absolutely horrible and so devastating.
Back to the family's belief cause of death and moments preceding and post: Lack of preparation during their prep for intubation when he was going into cardiac arrest. They should have had a tracheotomy kit to open his airway at the time of him experiencing cardiac arrest, but they did not. I believe they also restrained him previously which is why they probably forbid me to come to the hospital on 1.14.2022-saying that there has been an uptick in the C-19 and that covid-19 patients in ICU can no longer have any visitors. However, the very next day when my husband passed away, me, family, and friends were all in ICU visiting viewing his lifeless body. I even laid over his body, holding and hugging him begging God to bring him back, raise him from the dead. I know God can and could have if He wanted to. They had to pull me away as I was not supposed to go into his room, but only look through the glass door/window, but that is my husband there whom you did NOT treat in the best of care. Well the point is that they lied to me. I could have saw my husband on 1.14.22 the day before he died, but what they said was not true because the very next day I was back upstairs in the ICU unit. The head nurse was so cold to us. We may have been there an hour or so, and she seemed in such a rush to get him out of the room and into the morgue downstairs. How cruel was that? My husband just died today, are you kidding me? I'm sorry I can't type more to what I want to say. I will just say that on his death certificate are four different causes of death.
God, What really happened to my husband behind the C19 Protocol scenes?
Written by Melvina J. Majzoub (wife)
My late husband and I both tested positive for Covid-19 but at different times. I had cold/flu systems starting around 12/27/22. I noticed I had an earache on Christmas day, which is not like me to get ear aches. I tested and was negative. Afterward flu like symptoms progressed. I tested twice and the results were negative.
So we thought no big deal. I tested again on 1/3/2022 after having no symptoms and the results came up positive. My husband started having symptoms and tested positive. He also had been notified that he was exposed to Covid-19 through his auxiliary unit LEO duty service on 12/27/22. Although retired from the police department, he was auxiliary deputy sheriff in the local city.
On Saturday morning, January 8, I noticed my husband’s cough did not seem to be getting better and I suggested we go to Patient First to make sure he did not have a bacteria infection or anything and if so, to get anti-biotics if needed and come back home. Later that morning while getting ready to go he showed me that his breathing respiratory rate had reduced from 97 to 77.
We continued to go and when we got there they rushed him to ER and then to the hospital. Everything went so fast. Why at the ER and later at the hospital, we asked for Mono-clonial anti-bodies and were refused saying the window of time had passed the 10 days. At the hospital, at first they said they did not have any and then later said well it’s past the window of time.
I did my research and knew a shipment was sent to the hospital. They had plenty in stock, but just refused to give it to my husband. Whether he was just under or at the 10 day protocol or not, what harm would it have done. Even if it truly was pass the 10 days (of which is was not) again, what harm would it have done?
Moreover, many nurses, nurse practitioners, and doctors treated my husband and there was chaos and confusion throughout his stay there. It seems there was lack of communication on a number of things. Case in point, my husband, Sgt. Malek Majzoub, texted me and communicated through the glass window of his room that he did not get his cough medicine (which had codeine in it) as they promised him for 3 days.
I asked the doctor and she said “oh yes, I ordered it, he’s taking it” I asked how was it administered; she said orally. I went back and asked my husband and he said once again he did not get it. It had been days he was promised to receive it. My husband was very smart. I go back to tell the doctor; she checks with a nurse. The nurse checks with someone else and said “oh, no he has not received it yet….” There was an issue of some sort. I look at the doctor and she shrugged her shoulders and said “well I ordered it.” I was livid.
I am livid about the entire situation. The day my husband died, I was called by another doctor who I never had a conversation with until that day. He was the one to express the need for the ventilator. I took good notes and kept up on all the stats and treatments they were giving him, visiting hours was 11 to 6; I was there from Mon – Thurs., except on January 14 they said I could no longer come to ICU as there has been an uptick in the Covid-19 and so they are following the protocol of Sentara hospital and are now not allowing visitors to come visit Covid patients.
However, a miracle must have happened, because on the next day, January 15, when they called me and told me he died, I came straight to the ICU unit and laid across my husband’s dead body crying out to God to bring him back. My family and friends were right there with me in the ICU room gently trying to pull me away from husband’s body and out of the room where he was laying. All this time I could not touch and see my husband 24 hours+ before his death, but the moment he passed–their “rules of visitation” changed. What happened?
This is so devastating and is only a third of the additional details I want you to know, Well, a whole lot transpired in those six days leading to my husband’s death; however, I am keeping it short and would like to share more in the interview. Thank you for the great work and wonderful service you are doing for others. I pray somehow you will take my case. Please contact me. I need your help. Please. God bless you. Sincerely, Melvina
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