Japanese Cardiovascular Surgeon: Stop the Vaccine Boosters Now Due to Serious Risks
First, the cardiovascular surgeon reminds all of the waning nature of vaccine effectiveness. By month number eight, after the administration of two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, immunity "was lower than that among the unvaccinated individuals." The European Medicines Agency (EMA) suggests avoiding frequent booster shots given that they could "adversely affect immune response and may not be feasible." Kenji Yamamoto wrote a comment piece in the Virology Journal, an open access, peer-reviewed journal. He is a surgeon at Okamura Memorial Hospital's Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Center of Varicose Veins in Shizouka, on the central Honshu Pacific Coast and near Mt. Fuji. In a letter to the editor, Dr. Yamamoto declares, "As a safety measure, further booster vaccinations should be discontinued plus several other measures taken for vulnerable patients." The respected cardiovascular surgeon acknowledges that the media is censoring COVID-19 vaccine injuries, including deaths.
TrialSite provides a breakdown of Dr. Yamamoto's piece for more popular understanding.
Why the decrease in immunity?
Could it be due to "N1-methylpseudouridine, the spike protein, lipid nanoparticles, antibody-dependent enhancement, and the original antigenic stimulus?"
What are some safety concerns observed in Japan?
Dr. Yamamoto reports problems with the presentation of shingles in association with COVID-19, sometimes called "vaccine-acquired immunodeficiency syndrome." The cardiovascular surgeon reports that since the end of 2021, the teams at Okamura Memorial Hospital have encountered not only numerous cases of COVID-19 but also shingles infections that are "difficult to control." He shared that in some more extreme cases due to vaccination, serious inflammation occurred after open-heart surgery, for example, and some deaths were even recorded.
Given the risks of infection, Dr. Yamamoto has observed, "Various medical algorithms for evaluating postoperative prognosis may have to be revised in the future."
Moreover, the respected surgeon shared what many know to be reality, "The media have so far concealed the adverse events of vaccine administration, such as vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VTT), owing to biased propaganda." While the cause is often recognized-often in waves explains the surgeon, they aren't responding in part due to the bias.
He notes, "Four HIT antibody-positive cases confirmed at the institute since the start of vaccination" have been "fatal cases due to VTT" secondary to the jab.
What safety measures should be taken?
For the at-risk and vulnerable patients coming through the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, the Japanese physician shares, "As a safety measure, booster vaccination should be discontinued."
In addition to documenting vaccination dates in the electronic health record, the doctor suggests "several practice measures to prevent a decrease in immunity," including:
- Limiting the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (including acetaminophen) to maintain deep body temperature
- Appropriate use of antibiotics
- Smoking cessation
- Stress control
- Limiting the use of lipid emulsions, including propofol which could trigger perioperative immunosuppression.
At least, when it comes to critically ill patients, the COVID-19 vaccines are "a major risk factor," which runs contrary to organized medicine's marching orders in the United States.
Kenji Yamamoto, Cardiovascular surgeon at Okamura Memorial Hospital's Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Center of Varicose Veins