Pablo Mediavilla's life came out at the age of 26 in Muñiz Hospital. He was an FV operator who had been diagnosed with Hantavirus at Fatima Clinic. "I'd like to go," said his father.
Fifteen days later he fought for his life, this Tuesday evening Pablo Mediavilla died (26), the new Garin, who was national news as soon as he was admitted to the Fatima de Escobar clinic with suspicion of hantavirus.
The sad information on this Wednesday started spreading on social networks and was confirmed by the family itself. "He died at 20.30 after acute respiratory failure, bilateral pneumonia and leptospirosis," he said. Escobar Day the boy's mother, Rosana, completely moved.
The young man, the father of a 4-year-old girl and an employee of the FV factory, Villa Rosa (Pilar), where he was assumed to have been ill in the warehouse, was hospitalized since Thursday 17 days at the Muñiz de Capital Federal hospital after leaving the family. sanatorium Escobarense.
Two days later, studies at the Malbrán Institute did not take into account the presence of the fear hantavirus in his body. Although they found that he was suffering from a disease also caused by infected rodents, it could be fatal: leptospirosis.
"Yesterday he stopped breathing with his own means and put in an artificial respirator. Now we need to understand how it develops in the next 48 hours … If it doesn't increase, I die," said his father, war veteran Claudio Mediavilla, when he heard the results of the analysis.
Unfortunately, more days left than expected, but the end was the same.
"The rude man does not deserve it … for the Laburador because he was already a mechanic … I am a veteran of Malvinas, but the truth is that I would go see what I tell you," said his father. Escobar Day, painful.
Pablo Mediavilla's physical remains were sealed in a closed box on Wednesday evening at the Escobar War Veterans Center.
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The worst end: the new Garin, who was hospitalized with leptospirosis, died.
Pablo Mediavilla's life came out at the age of 26 in Muñiz Hospital. He was an FV operator who had been diagnosed with Hantavirus at Fatima's private clinic. https://t.co/DnsXn5hqdB pic.twitter.com/fZQyNF2M2V
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Source: Escobar Day