Concerns About Misdiagnoses Grow as Virtual Doctor Visits Rise

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Telemedicine visits accounted for about 35% of primary care visits between April and June — a huge increase for what prior to 2020 had been a rather obscure mode of delivering care, according to findings published Oct. 2 in JAMA Network Open.

At the same time, office-based visits declined by half compared to the year before, researchers found.

But some people’s heart health probably suffered as a result of this shift, said lead researcher Dr. G. Caleb Alexander, a professor of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.

The frequency of blood pressure checks on patients dropped by about 50% during the shift to telemedicine, and cholesterol assessments declined by 37%, researchers found.

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  1. Virtual doctors might be safer over doctors who diagnose everything as coronavirus.

    Any doctor who diagnoses his patients with “coronavirus” should be fired because they have no medical understanding or it’s just that they need to save their skin. (They care about themselves more than their patients and thus would have no problem fabricating lies.) Coronavirus (Covid) is a term used for every single sickness, illness and injury nowadays. These doctors have killed many people (including a family mine) with their “diagnosis” of “coronavirus” which was completely misdiagnosed.

    The Chevra Kadisha claim they have less work b”H since people are afraid to go to hospitals and have stopped trusting doctors. SIDS death or crib death have declined dramatically as people have stopped vaccinating their babies since they don’t visit doctors.


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