Pabla Mediaville's life came out at 26 at Muñiz Hospital. He was a FV operator who had been diagnosed with hantavirus at the Fatima clinic. "I'd rather go," his father said.
After fights for life for fifteen days, Pablo Mediavilla (26), young Garín, who was national news after being admitted to the Fatima de Escobar clinic with suspicion of hantavirus, died on Tuesday night.
The sad news began to circulate this Wednesday on social networks and was confirmed by the family themselves. "He died at 20:30 for acute respiratory failure, bilateral pneumonia and leptospirosis," he said. Dan Escobara the boy's mother, Rosana, moved completely.
Mladic, a four-year-old father and a FV plant employee at Villi Rosa (Pilar), where he is suspected of infecting the disease while carrying out cleaning operations at the warehouse, was hospitalized on Thursday, 17 July at Muñiz de Capital Federal Hospital, after being esclaved from the Escobarense transferred to the family's request.
Two days later, studies at the Malbrán Institute ignored the presence of the fear of hantavirus in his body. Although they have been diagnosed with a disease that is also caused by infected rodents and can be deadly: leptospirosis.
"Yesterday, he stopped breathing with his own means and put an artificial respirator. Now, we have to see how he develops in the next 48 hours … If he does not fix, I'm dying," said his father, veteran veteran Claudio Mediavilla, when he heard the results of the analysis.
Unfortunately, it took more days than it was anticipated, but the end was the same.
"The slim man did not deserve it … For the laburder because he had already completed the mechanics … I'm the Malvinian veteran, but the truth is I'd rather go, see what I'm telling you," his father said. Dan Escobara, torn from pain.
The Pabla Mediaville body remains were covered in a closed box on Wednesday night at the Escobar War Veterans Center.
from Damián Fernández
The worst end: the young Garín who had been hospitalized with leptospirosis passed away.
Pabla Mediaville's life came out at 26 at Muñiz Hospital. He was a PV operator who was diagnosed with hantavirus at a private clinic in Fatima. https://t.co/DnsXn5hqdB pic.twitter.com/fZQyNF2M2V
– Dan Escobara (@eldiadeescobar) January 31, 2019
Source: Dan Escobar