Updated: Jan 24, 2022
Chapter 10: Article 7
The law requires health care professionals to report ANY MEDICAL EVENT that occurs temporally after vaccine administration, because THAT EVENT MIGHT be a symptom of a vaccine injury.
Vaccine injury symptoms can present themselves within the hours, days, weeks, or months following administration of a vaccine. If you need proof that symptoms can take a while to appear, check out the USA Government Vaccine Injury Table (Link Here), which lists acknowledged vaccine injuries and the timing by which symptoms need to display, to receive government compensation, without question.
When an event follows the receipt of a vaccine, it is not the nurse or physician's responsibility to determine if the medical event is one of cause and effect, caused by the vaccine. It is simply the medical professionals' responsibility to report that event. There are federal databases set up specifically for reporting and tracking these events. The Health Canada database explains this, saying (emphasis mine):
Report events which have a temporal association with a vaccine and which cannot be clearly attributed to other causes. A causal relationship does not need to be proven, and submitting a report does not imply causality.
Merck's MMR vaccine package insert (Link Here) states the following (emphasis mine):
Patients, parents, or guardians should be instructed to report any serious adverse reactions to their health-care provider who in turn should report such events to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), 1-800-822-7967."
The symptoms that are required to be reported include:
Pronounced swelling, redness, heat or hardness at the site of the injection;
Body rash or hives;
High pitched screaming or persistent crying for hours;
Extreme sleepiness or long periods of unresponsiveness;
Twitching or jerking of the body, arm, leg or head;
Crossing of eyes;
Weakness or paralysis of any part of the body;
Loss of ability to roll over, sit up, stand up, walk;
Loss of eye contact or awareness or social withdrawal;
Head banging or onset of repetitive movements (flapping, rubbing, rocking, spinning);
High fever (over 103 F)
Vision or hearing loss;
Restlessness, hyperactivity or inability to concentrate;
Sleep disturbances that change wake/sleep pattern;
Joint pain or muscle weakness;
Loss of memory;
Onset of chronic ear or respiratory infections;
Violent or persistent diarrhea or chronic constipation;
Breathing problems (asthma);
Excessive bleeding (thrombocytopenia) or anemia.
Parents CAN'T report a serious adverse reaction to their health-care provider, if they aren't instructed what those potential vaccine reactions are. The only side effects that parents are informed of are pain, redness, swelling at the injection site, fussiness, sleepiness, and fever. WHY are doctors and nurses not following through with their appropriate due diligence, informing parents of everything to watch for?
The reason is because doctors are completely unaware of the the list above.
All of the symptoms listed above are inherent within the various illnesses or conditions that have been listed on the manufacturers package inserts (and additionally, listed on the USA government Table of Injuries). Of course the purpose of the manufacturers inserts is to provide proper warning of those conditions, because there is basis to believe those conditions are caused by the vaccine. Unfortunately few doctors have read the vaccine inserts, to educate themselves on the possible adverse effects.
The MMR package insert goes on to state (emphasis mine):
Under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, health-care providers and manufacturers are REQUIRED to record and report certain suspected adverse events occurring within specific time periods after vaccination. However, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has established a Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) which will accept all reports of suspected events. A VAERS report form as well as information regarding reporting requirements can be obtained by calling VAERS 1-800-822-7967.
But did you know that most doctors are completely unaware of the existence of VAERS?
In the video linked Here, you will hear the testimony of a doctor who worked in an emergency room for 35 years. During the bulk of that time, he states that he was completely unaware that he was required to report the above symptoms to the federal database, VAERS, if those symptoms were experienced temporally (hours / days / weeks / months) following vaccination. In his 35 year career working in an ER, he never once reported a single reaction. When he learned of this responsibility, he asked all of his colleagues if they had ever reported any reactions, and none of them had either.
I personally have witnessed this situation play out twice in my own life. In the first situation, I passed out at work 45 minutes after receiving a flu vaccine. My co-workers called an ambulance for me, however the nurses who administered the flu shots were still on site, so two of them attended to me before the ambulance arrived. When the two nurses learned that an ambulance had been called, they laughed and assured everyone that I was okay and that I wouldn't be needing it. They directed my co-workers to cancel the ambulance. When I was more alert, the nurses informed me that the next time I was going to get a vaccine, I should stay with the nurses for monitoring, in case I pass out again. The nurses didn't ask me for any detailed medical information which would have allowed them to report my adverse event through the proper channels, as per Health Canada's orders.
Again, on the Health Canada website, it states that health professionals are required to "[r]eport events which have a temporal association with a vaccine and which cannot be clearly attributed to other causes."
These two nurses who attended to me did not do this.
A few years after that I witnessed a 6 month old infant stop breathing, becoming completely unresponsive and extremely pale. I called 911. The baby had not been breathing for one minute by this point, the dispatcher prepared me for CPR, and asked me to do final check to confirm the baby was still not breathing. I listened and watched for the baby's breath again, she began breathing on her and regained consciousness. She remained extremely limp, listless, and pale for another 20 minutes. This happened three days after the child was vaccinated with DTaP and other vaccines. Of course the child was taken to the hospital by ambulance, where an ER doctor was informed that the child had been vaccinated a few days before. The ER doctor disregarded the information and asked no questions related to that, meaning he was in denial the vaccine could have played any role.
In contrast, all the DTaP vaccine package inserts clearly explain that hypotonic-hyporesponsive episodes (HHE) are a well-known adverse event caused by the DTaP vaccines. HHE is a compensate-able vaccine injury in the USA, and the government admits that HHE occurs at any time during the three days following vaccination. HHE perfectly matched the event that I witnessed that day.
Later in the month, the child visited both her pediatrician and a specialist, for follow-up. Those doctors also failed to ask any vaccine related questions, meaning they too were completely ignorant to the reality that HHE is a recognized adverse event following DTaP vaccination.
In the different DTaP package inserts, the manufacturers clearly explain that an HHE episode warrants precaution and may be contraindication for receiving future DTaP vaccines. The inserts explain that prior to administering the vaccine, the nurse must askthe parent for a medical history to determine if HHE occurred following a previous dose of vaccine.
In the days and weeks following this event, I asked this mom numerous questions about what had happened at each vaccination appointment when her baby was 2, 4, and 6 months of age, and I asked questions about what was discussed at the doctor's appointments that followed-up on this event. Her mom explained to me that none of the nurses who vaccinated the baby at ages 2, 4, and 6 months of age asked any questions that would would lead to identifying a history of HHE following vaccination. She explained that at each of the doctor's appointments, the doctors never asked any questions about the baby's recent vaccination.
That means this child encountered three doctors and four nurses, none of whom were aware of the warnings of HHE provided by the manufacturer. Because none of these professionals were aware of HHE, or it's relationship to vaccination, this serious adverse event was not reported to Health Canada's database, as was required.
With those two events that I personally witnessed, I have had first hand experience of the ignorance of nine health professionals - they were all completely unaware of their responsibility. My experience has validated for me the testimony made by Dr. David Davis.
At a lecture in 2017, Dr. Toni Bark stated the following:
I ran a [pediatric] ER, trained [in pediatrics] around the same time the [Vaccine Court] was created, the Vaccine Compensation program. Never heard about it. Ran a pediatric ER, saw vaccine injury, didn't know about reporting it to VAERS, didn't know about the compensation program. [It] was never talked about, I didn't know of anyone who knew about these things in the day, and it STARTED the year I started training in pediatrics.
VAERS was established in 1990. Recognizing that the VAERS database has now been in existence for 30 years now, there is absolutely no excuse as to why doctors are unaware of its existence.
Furthermore, I find it incredibly convenient that medical institutions do NOT forget to teach our doctors how necessary it is to vaccinate children according to the vaccination schedule. Yet, these institutions have somehow "forgotten" to teach doctors about VAERS, and the events that are required to be reported to it.
It's all incredibly suspect.
CONTINUE to the next article: Ch11: Part 1
Health Canada requires events occurring temporally to vaccination be reported Here
NVIC - lists the events that parents must watch their children for Here
NVIC explains how they worked with Congress to create the laws for adverse event reporting Here
Dr. David Davis explains he was unaware of his responsibility to report medical events to VAERS Here
USA Government definition for Hypotonic-hypotensive episode (HHE) Here
Link to DTaP package inserts Here - the Manufacturers descriptions that nurses must ask for a medical history to determine if HHE occurred following a previous vaccination (On that page look at any of the following: Pediacel, Infanfrix-IPV, Infanrix-IPV/HIB, Infanrix-Hexa, Boostrix, Boostrix-Polio)
MMR package insert - Parents are given a phone number to report medical events to Here
Lecture by Dr. Toni Bark - She was never informed of VAERS and she ran a pediatric ER Here