The Empire's administration reported that Brunna died late in the afternoon. The health unit also said she "provided all the help she needed to the child and her family".
The RN girl who had crossed the heart at Imip was subjected to a new operation
Brunna arrived in Recife on a flight from the Brazilian Air Force (FAB) in the afternoon of Wednesday (3), coming to Pernambuco with her mother, Núbia Barbosa, 46.
Transplant occurred at dawn on Thursday (4). In the afternoon of the same day, the girl was subjected to a new operation to keep bleeding. (See the video above)
In an interview with G1, on Thursday, Nubia said she wanted to meet the family of heart donors. On Saturday (6), three older brothers and sisters visited the girl in Imip.
Prior to obtaining a new organ, Brunna remained alive because it was attached to an extracorporeal membrane oxygenation machine, known as ECMO.
According to a doctor, Madson Vidal, who followed a girl in Rio Grande do Norte, was born with a problem called "transposition of large arteries" and underwent palliative surgery even as a baby.
Brunna, a Brazilian patient's unique healthcare system (SUS), has always been provided with medical help for her condition, but has had to undergo a new procedure in the past two weeks to improve oxygenation because her skin tone has become more and more. "Violet". However, in this new procedure the heart did not support circulation, Vidal claims.
Flights FAB left Natal airplane base early in the afternoon, taking Bruno Silveira Lopes, 7, to Recife – Photo: Klênyo Galvão / Inter TV Cabugi
Imip activated the National Transplant System to receive Bruno and she entered the list of heart-rate priorities. Before that, the National Center for Transplantation and Justice refused a transfer permit at Rio Grande hospital where she was hospitalized.
The situation caused the outbreak of Dr. Madson Vidal, who repeated social networks. Following the mobilization of several organs, it was possible to transfer to Brunn in Recife, to an operation involving 20 experts from different areas.
Data released by the State Department of Health (SES) on Wednesday (3) show more than a thousand people on the waiting list for organ transplantation in Pernambuc. According to the state government, the number could be smaller if more families agreed to donate organs of deceased bodies.
In the first two months of this year the refusal rate was 36%. According to the Pernambuco Transplantation Center (CT-PE), an acceptable percentage of negative should be about 30%.
Between January and February 2019, Pernambuco performed 93 transplantations of solid organs between heart (8), kidney (56) and liver (27) – one more than in the same period of 2018.
In Brazil, a donation can only be made with the approval of a relative to a second degree. According to the report, the difficulties in reducing the number of patients on the waiting list for transplantation are directly related to lack of information and bias.