Dr. John Campbell’s Vaccine Updates – Should There Be Aspiration Before IM Injection
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The video below, reported by experienced and trusted Dr. John Campbell, to update on COVID-19, in the video published on Oct 24, 2021, “Declining vaccine efficacy“, below:
If you don’t understand what “aspiration before injection” mentioned in the video above means, please refer to the online library regarding this subject, by clicking HERE and more details on this subject by Dr. John Campbell’s report below, in the video published on Sep 30, 2021, “Aspiration, more information“, below:
Intravenous Injection of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) mRNA Vaccine Can Induce Acute Myopericarditis in Mouse Model, in the video published on Sep 26, 2021, “Inadvertant intravenous injections“, below:
Thrombocytopenia has been consistently reported following the administration of adenoviral gene transfer vectors Adenovirus-induced thrombocytopenia is a potentially serious complication of gene therapy protocols using this type of vector. Understanding its mechanism may help the development of measures to prevent this adverse event. In this report, we have studied platelet-adenovirus interactions in vitro and in vivo after intravenous administration of adenovirus to mice. We show that adenovirus induces platelet activation and promotes the formation of platelet-leukocyte aggregates both in vitro and in vivo. Thrombocytopenia occurs between 5 and 24 hours following intravenous administration of adenovirus to mice Adenovirus activates platelets and induces rapid exposure of P-selectin Adenovirus activates endothelial cells Incorrect injection technique https://nyheder.tv2.dk/samfund/2021-0… Vaccine technique can be a rare cause of clots https://translate.google.com/translat… State Serum Institute of Denmark, now recommends injection aspiration before injecting vaccine. There is suspicion as to whether accidental injection of the vaccine into a blood vessel could play a role Intravascular administration may lead to a systemic inflammatory reaction leading to blood clots Danish nursing council Covid-19 vaccines should be given with aspiration before injection https://sqd34kucpgoufz3qiuiswlotka–d… Aspiration is recommended for all approved covid-19 vaccines Consistent with the Danish Health and Medicines Authority’s guidelines Vaccination personnel should ensure that they are injected correctly into a muscle and not into the bloodstream Possible connection between the AstraZeneca vaccine and rare but serious side effects with blood clots and bleeding And the link to the updated instructions from the Danish Serum Institute https://www.ssi.dk/vaccinationer/inje… in the video published on April 15, 2021, “Aspirate to vaccinate!” below:
Fact checked video by FB, A video about my video about this research paper https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nw08z… in the video published on Oct 14, 2021, “John gets ‘fact checked’“, below:
Upon further investigation, this is a research conclusion by NIH (National Institute of Health) on the subject of whether to aspirate before injection, in italics, below:
There is a shortage of consistent recommendations regarding aspiration before injection in published literature, regulatory guidelines, and medical and nursing school curricula. There is also no central and easily accessible place where one can access and review information and guidelines regarding the procedure. It is therefore important to bring all the evidence, published and otherwise, to the forefront for clinicians, researchers, regulatory bodies and device manufacturers so that they can make an informed decision. Based on our findings, the need for aspiration prior to administering an injection is dependent upon multiple factors. Systemic adverse effects profile and mode of delivery (IV vs IM and SC) of drugs plays a significant role in the decision to aspirate or not to aspirate. There is ample evidence that suggests that aspiration may not be required for IM and SC injections, while for IV injections the systemic side effects of the drug should be considered when aspirating before any injection.
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