“The arrested judge decides, with a prescription only formulated by a doctor presenting himself as a specialist in neurosurgery, to oblige the institution in which the patient is hospitalized to arbitrate the means that lead to the implementation of the aforementioned treatment, which consists of a substance that is highly toxic to health.”The complaint says.
The presentation was signed before the board, by the Argentine Infectious Diseases Society, the Argentine Society of Gastroenterology, the Metropolitan Association of Family Medicine, and the Hospita Foundation, among others.
Pico Terrero is the judge who ordered the application of chlorine dioxide treatment by means of a court order by a relative of a sick person regarding Covid-19 Who died in the end.
And the medical authorities noted that the doctor Dante was converted, The accused in a criminal case, “not only is he not a specialist in neurosurgery, but at the same time, although he was, the judge had to warn that the said medical specialty is far from his area of competence an indication of formulating a treatment for an infectious disease.”
They also warned that the seriousness of the matter lies in the fact that the indicated treatment, which is administering chlorine dioxide, “is not only unauthorized or registered by ANMAT, but on the contrary, since August 2020 it has become explicit. Its use is discouraged due to the multiplicity of events. Negative. “
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) itself has warned against taking chlorine dioxide and sodium chlorite It reacts rapidly in human tissue, and if ingested, can cause esophageal and stomach irritation, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe poisoning, among other complications that can include serious blood, cardiovascular and kidney disorders..
In the complaint against the judge, the entities noted that the doctor who “provided the signal with apparent negligence, lack of experience, recklessness and failure to observe the rules regulating professional practice, was informed to the health authorities, in order to promote any administrative and judicial complaints that may be appropriate.”