Pablo Mediavilla's life came at Muñiz Hospital at the age of 26. He was a FV operator who had been diagnosed with a hantavirus at the Fatima clinic. "I'd rather go," his father said,
After fighting for his life for fifteen days, Pablo Mediavilla died (26), young Garin, who was the national report after being admitted to the Fatima de Escobar clinic by a hantavirus suspect.
Sad news began circulating this Wednesday in social networks and confirmed by the family itself. "He died at 20.30 due to acute respiratory failure, bilateral pneumonia and leptospirosis," he said. Day Escobar the mother of the boy, Rosana, moved completely.
The young man, the father of a four-year-old girl and the FV Factory at Villa Rosa (Pilar), who is supposed to protect the illness while carrying out cleaning tasks in the warehouse, was hospitalized from Muñiz de Capital Federal Hospital on Thursday, 17 after being transferred from the Escobarense Sanatorium at the request of the family.
Two days later, a study at the Malbran Institute ignored the presence of a dreaded hantavirus in his body. Although they have found that they are suffering from a disease that is also caused by infected rodents and can be fatal: leptospirosis.
"Yesterday he stopped breathing with his means and put on an artificial respirator. Now we have to see how he develops in the next 48 hours … If he does not get better, I'm dying," his father, veteran war veteran Claudio Mediavilla, said when he heard the results of the analyzes.
Unfortunately, more days were expected than expected, but the end was the same.
"The lean man did not deserve it … For the laburador, because he has finished mechanics … I'm a veteran of Malvin, but the truth is I'd rather go, look at what I'm going to tell you," his father said. Day Escobar, torn apart by pain.
The physical remains of Pablo Mediavilla were sealed in a closed box on Wednesday evening at the Escobar war veterans' center.
By Damián Fernández
Worst end: Young Garin, who was hospitalized with leptospirosis, died.
Pablo Mediavilla's life came at Muñiz Hospital at the age of 26. He was a FV operator who had been diagnosed with a hantavirus at a private Fatima clinic. https://t.co/DnsXn5hqdB pic.twitter.com/fZQyNF2M2V
– Den Escobar (@eldiadeescobar) 31 January 2019
Source: Escobar day