The life of Pablo Mediavilla came out at the age of 26 at the Munison Hospital. He was an FV operator who was diagnosed with a hantavirus at the Fatima Clinic. "I would like to go," said his father.
After fought for his life fifteen days, this evening on Tuesday Pablo Mediavilla died (26), the young Garin who was the national news after being admitted to the Fatima de Escobar Clinic with a suspected hantavirus.
The sad information began to circulate this environment on social networks and was confirmed by the family itself. "He died at 20.30 am due to acute respiratory failure, bilateral pneumonia and leptospirosis," he said. Escobar Day the boy's mother, Rosana, moved completely.
The young man, a four-year-old girlfriend, and an employee of a veterinary medicine factory at Villa Rossa (Pilar), where he was suspected of dealing with the illness while carrying out cleaning tasks in a warehouse, was hospitalized Thursday 17 in the hospital Muñiz de Capital Federal, after being transferred from a sanatorium Escobarense at the request of the family.
Two days later, studies conducted at the Malbran Institute ignored the presence of the horrible hantavirus in his body. Although they found that they suffered from a disease that was caused by infected rodents and could be fatal: leptospirosis.
"Yesterday he stopped breathing with his money and put him on an artificial respirator. Now, we have to see how it evolves in the next 48 hours … If it does not improve, I'm going to die," said his father, a veteran at war, Claudio Mediavila, when he heard the results of the analyzes.
Unfortunately, more days passed than anticipated, but the end was the same.
"The smooth man did not deserve it … For the laborer, because he has already finished the mechanics … I am a veteran of Malvinas, but the truth is that I would like to go, I see what I'm saying," his father said. Escobar Day, torn apart by pain.
The physical remains of Pablo Mediavilla were closed indoors on Wednesday night at the Center for War Veterans Escobar.
From Damian Fernandez
The Worst End: Dead Garin, who was hospitalized with leptospirosis, died.
The life of Pablo Mediavilla came out at the age of 26 at the Munison Hospital. He was an FV operator who was diagnosed with hantavirus in the private clinic Fatima. https://t.co/DnsXn5hqdB pic.twitter.com/fZQyNF2M2V
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