Pablo Mediavilla's life at the Hospital Muñiz was 26 years old. He was an FV operator diagnosed with Hantavirus at Fátima Clinic. "I'd rather go," said the father.
After fighting for fifteen days, Pablo Mediavilla died (26), Garín, a young national news, after suspecting Hantavirus at the Fátima de Escobar Clinic.
Weddings on Wednesdays Wednesday began in social networks and the family reaffirmed. "Acute respiratory failure, pulmonary pneumonia and leptospirosis died at 20:30 p.m.," he said. Escobar day The boy's mother, Rosana, moved completely.
Young, a 4-year-old girl's father and Villa Rosa (Pilar) factory worker at FV, were presumed to be able to contract the illness when cleaning works were being carried out and hospitalized on Thursday 17. Muñiz de la Capital Federal, after applying for a family derived from the sanatorium Escobarense.
Two days later, research at the Malbrán Institute rejected the presence of the horrors hantavirus in the body. Even though it was affected by an illness infected by the rodent, it may be severe: leptospirosis.
"Yesterday, he stopped breathing in his tracks and put an artificial respiration. Now, we must see how it should evolve in the next 48 hours … if it does not improve, I'm dying," said father, veteran Claudio Mediavilla, when he heard the results of the analysis .
Unfortunately, it was more than a day before, but it was the same.
"Mankind did not deserve … For the laborers, the mechanics were already finished … I'm Malvinas a veteran, but I really would rather go, look what I'll tell you," said the father. Escobar day, pain torn.
The physical footprints of Pablo Mediavilla were closed tonight on Wednesday at the Escobar War Veterans Center.
according to Damián Fernández
The worst end: the young Garín hospitalized with Leptospirosis died.
Pablo Mediavilla's life at the Hospital Muñiz was 26 years old. He was an FV operator diagnosed with Hantavirus in private Fátima Clinic. https://t.co/DnsXn5hqdB pic.twitter.com/fZQyNF2M2V
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