French doctors have been allowed to administer Rivotril in injectable form to elderly “coronavirus” patients especially in retirement homes.
Rivoltril (Clonazepam) is used as a sedative. It slows down the activity of the nerves in the brain.
The prescription intends to provide “palliative care” for patients facing a state of asphyxia for whom a decision “to limit active treatment” has been taken.
Presently, every doctor is allowed to administer Rivoltril intravenously, however, in 2011 the prescription of this dangerous drug was restricted to only a few specialists.
Adverse effects are particularly increased in the elderly. They include respiratory arrest.
According to Medias-Press.info (April 3), prescribing Rivoltril allows the doctors to administer an often letal dosis to elderly people.
France still forbids treating coronavirus patients with hydroxychloroquine, although its effectiveness has been shown by the Marseilles professor Didier Raoult.
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They put all deaths to corona statistics. How many people died every single day before corona (in France)?