Another One Bites The Dust
"Inadvertent Intravascular is Rare" Myth - Despite Aspiration, Experienced Nurses Hit the Vascular System in 1.9% of Injections according to a 2015 Study
“Another one bites the dust” could apply to Croatia’s defeat yesterday against Argentina.
But today I come back to the materiality of accidental intravascular injection, and prove with two studies that professional healthcare workers inadvertently inject in IV quite often when they think they are injecting in the muscle, and the consequences are catastrophic.
Some thirty years ago, I lived in Buenos Aires, the beautiful capital of Argentina. Beyond being the country of soccer. Bravo, Argentina for your qualification for the World Cup final. Argentina is also a carnal country. Tango and meat are just two highlights of this marvellous country. I must admit, I am a meat lover. I might lose some readers on that, but that’s who I am. As a young professional, I probably ate more meat in two years than in the rest of my life, and loved every moment of it. Argentinian parrilladas are the best. The savoury smell is just unique. Their meat is so tender you can make Arab bread sandwiches with just a steak, fresh onions, a bit of lettuce and mayonnaise, et voilà, you have a feast without even having to cut the meat given how tender it is. Meat is a culture there, and I embraced it with indulgence…
For over a year, I have been sounding the alarm on the risk of inadvertent intravascular injection of the vaccines. Doctors have replied inevitably: ”Marc, have you ever injected in the deltoid? … No?” as if to say: “what do you know?”.
And it’s true, I haven’t … But I have cut through quite a few pieces of meat in my lifetime, and I know full well that a muscle is filled with blood vessels…
…And there is no way intravascular accidental injection are going to be rare. That is a physiological impossibility.
As Dr Hodkinson and Dr.Harvey Risch wrote to me in a mail over the summer: “Post-capillary venules are ubiquitous, even in “safe” areas…” and “The issue is whether the needle tip penetrates the vessel enough to create an opening for at least some of the injected vaccine contents to find blood vessel access.”
For nearly a hundred years, the medical community has been deluding itself with the fallacy that there’s a risk of 1 in 10,000or 20,000 of injecting intravascularly. Most likely because doctors only witnessed the most severe, immediate and visible cases, those that were both symptomatic and consequential, notably hitting the lungs, similar to Tren Cough (read “Accidental IV injection is real: Ever heard of "Tren Cough"? … if you want to know more). May be also because of the difficulty of facing the reality of causing harm...
But if those statistics would be correct, nutrition would have trouble getting to the tissue…you’d have serious bottlenecks and cells would be depleted and die. Remember, any cells is maximum 2 cells away from a blood vessel, just like houses and buildings are rarely away from a road.
Imagine throwing darts at a city map
The streets being an analogy for blood vessels bringing energy and oxygen. Houses and buildings being an analogy for your cells.
Would you expect to hit a road 1 in 10,000 times? or even 1 in 500 times?
I undertook this little game for you, blindfolded, over a GoogleEarth map of London…
As you can see below, out of 20 darts, despite lakes and parks, I hit a road, or a street, 5 times out of 20! 25% of the times, very far from 1 in a thousand!
Obviously, a muscle vasculature is three-dimensional when a ground transportation is 2D, so you’d expect much more efficiency. My 25% becomes 12.5% - 25%^(3/2) - still pretty far from 1 in 10,000, even taking into account evolution’s optimisation!!!
The reality check was always clear.
Public Health had the information that intramuscular shots go intravascular 1,5-2% of the time despite aspiration.
As I continued to search for more proofs and data, I came across a 2015 research papercalled “Complications of injectable testosterone undecanoate in routine clinical practice”. Here several experienced nurses injected testosterone to patients - not bodybuilders - in a hospital setting, and found that - despite using the aspiration technique - they hit a blood vessel 1.9% of the time.
Many had highlighted to me that bodybuilders were not healthcare professionals. Well here you have it: Professional nurses end up hitting a blood vessels in the same proportion as bodybuilders, nearly 2% of the time!
Another study from 1995
There is now no excuse.
As I stated in “ When and How Can Vaccine Particles Hurt You? - A Visualisation Exercise”, accidental IV injection is real and material.
Without aspiration, accidents are bound to be much higher than 2%!
Either by using:
Pr. Hoïby’s own estimate of 60% reduction of myocarditis thanks to aspiration;
Pr. Burkhardt’s own 5% estimate;
my own back of the envelop optimised Simplified Fractal Estimation based on Street being 18% of surface coverage (California Study);
various dentistry studies;
Without considering ill-trained injectors, it is quasi certain that at least 5% of shots are going intravascular.
What is frightening is that Public Health officials as well as many professionals investigating this field don’t realise the significance this has. The domino effect from there is inevitable and aligns perfectly with adverse effects we have witnessed:
Rapid push on the plunger
Bolus of LNPs or pseudo-virus particles
Endothelial concentrated transfection
Immune carpet bombing
Deleterious effects - short, medium and long term - depending on dose and location.
Now that we have proven that inadvertent intravascular injections are common, even with well trained professionals, please help me get the word out on the Cytotoxic Bolus Theory and on the solution: #AspirateAndInjectRealSlow. This is truly critical to our health and that of our loved ones. Thank you in advance.
Merry Christmas to you all. Enjoy your loved ones. A huge hug and thank you for your continued support.
PS: Humbly, these past three years of investigation have come at an incredible personal cost to me and my family. If you are in a position to help me find a consulting engagement, or the job-of-a-lifetime, feel free to reach out to me. “Doing the Right Thing” unfortunately doesn’t feed my family and has burnt uncountable bridges…
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“The role of accidental puncture of veins in the production of allergic shock” by G.L. Waldbott & M.S.Ascher -1936
“Complications of injectable testosterone undecanoate in routine clinical practice” by T.Middleton et al
The aspiration technique supposedly is intended to spot accidental intravascular injection by pulling on the seringue plunger to spot blood, and retract from injecting.
“Andrology: Tolerability of intramuscular injections of testosterone ester in oil vehicle” by Mary-Anne Mackey
Hello to you all! On May 13th there will be an international event for all of those who suffered from this horrendous last few years. The most visible victims are the ones dead or maimed by the shots and those who died from untreated cv or other infections and diseases, who did not fit well to the narrative.
But there are many of us who suffered in various ways - discrimination, insults, being outcast from the workplace, public life and places, or simply put in repeated lockdowns.
Could you please share if there is anything planned in your country / region / town? It would be interesting and we still have the time to use and improve creative ideas, so that it could not get silenced and would not go unnoticed.
Thank you all!
Thanks JayD. Unfortunately because I'm B12 deficient, it doesn't seem to absorb unless it's injected 12 weekly for life. I tried sublingual and it didn't work. But thank you for the suggestions, I appreciate it. I hadn't heard of it in a mouth spray. I will look into it, thank you!