The Mental Health Act clearly...
The Mental Health Act clearly states that a Writ of Habeas Corpus is an option…..another site mentions medical reasons and treatments are acceptable arguments….also "Religious Rights" as applicable for 55 years of marriage might be considered.
COMPLAINTS TO THE OMBUDSPERSON
Complaints concerning provincial mental health facilities, their practices or their treatment of patients may
be taken to the Ombudsperson. This office has the authority to investigate patient complaints, make
recommendations to the facility, mediate problem situations that may arise between a patient and the
facility and make recommendations to the Lieutenant-Governor and the Provincial Cabinet regarding the
results of these investigations.
Complaints must be made in writing. The office is careful to ensure that, where necessary, the identity of
the complainant is kept secret from hospital staff. Frequent complaints include concerns about overmedication.
In such cases, the Ombudsperson has the authority to take the issue to an outside medical
source to verify whether or not the patient is receiving appropriate levels of medication. One can go to the
web site www.ombud.gov.bc.ca
to file a complaint
Objection to Medication
(1)The medication is probably Mycardis (prescribed for high blood pressure) and has been likely a proportional cause of Elizabeth Crow's mental deterioration related to Cerebral White Matter.
(2) The "appointed" Physician (Freisen) is the same person fired from Elizabeth's case years ago for not listening to the spouse's complaint that the medication was affecting Elizabeth's mind. At that time the medication was Mycardis+. Freisen has refused to give me (the spouse) information re: current medication.
(3) The spouse's wife broke her hip, was hospitalized, hip was replaced. She was clearly "demented" so a diagnostic CAT scan was done. This was the spouse's first knowledge that CWM existed as a cause for "dementia".
(4) Based on medical records, she was placed on Mycardis (for high blood pressure). The spouse physically took her home after ten days, without a "release" from the hospital, (largely because of their insistence on Mycardis).
(5)Naturally, the spouse researched CWM and found that CWM was exacerbated by STATINS and subsequently found that Mycardis inhibited or destroyed the liver enzymes which were natural statin controllers. This allows an unnatural buildup of statins to occur and worsen CWM "disease".
(6)Statins (in general) have been implicated in damaging myelin sheath which allows thereby a scattering or loss of interconnected memory synapses (dementia).
(7)Asssuming now that Elizabeths "dementia" was exacerbated by Mycardis, an absolute stop was put to the medication. (Yes, blood-pressure was hight about 170/95)
(8) A stop at the hospital to confirm that there was little other cause, ie stroke infarcts or amyloidosis in the report helped, and Doctor Mason at the Emergency further helped by prescribing Ramipril rather than suggesting continuance of Mycardis, which the spouse, to it's use on Elizabeth, had a (now justifiable) objection .
(9)Ramipril was reasonably successful, but further research had indicated that any recovery from CWM (however remote) would require full use of the cholinergic function including acetylcholinesterase (and parallel ubiquitination) unhindered and functioning as completely as possible.
(10) Concern for stroke amd/or heart damage...yes, but blood vessels would have been rendered more flexible,quite free from scar and plac buildup since DMSO had been in use by both the spouses for about two years... and high blood pressure had done no appreciable damage. There are a few "studies" or opinions that high blood pressure is not alone much problem.
(11)Cholinergic system needing support, not inhibition, and CWM (myelin sheath disruption) being the probable target uncovered that myelin sheath repair is a function of Progesterone and that Pregnenolone was the immediate precursor to all hormones and was made by mitochondria from cholesterol. Phosphatidal Choline and Pregnenolone were started (by both spouses).
(12)A fall by Elizabeth precipitated her being taken to hospital (no particular damage). They agreed not to medicate and in a few days agreed to some supplements, including Pregnenolone. Her blood-pressure was quite high and the spouse increased the pregnenolone... and blood-pressure immediately went "normal" once. (Why is not known)
(13)Negotiation was ongoing for Elizabeth's admission to a nursing home but only with her spouses control (negotiable) on medications and supplements. Agreement was apparently not forthcoming so the spouse again took her home without "discharge".
(14) Later Elizabeth was seized under the Medical health Act and encarcerated at Anderson Lodge without any "visiting rights" for her visibly upset spouse.
(15) 15 days later an interview at the lodge went badly... and it is entitrely due to the insistence that Elizabeth's medication would be entirely at doctor's discretion. The spouse refused and walked out with the admonition that he would never have visiting rights following him
(16) The spouse now has no alternative but to use all legal alternatives for her release so that her "regimen" of supplements can continue before more damage is inflicted upon her mind.