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British woman lost her life from toxic shock in Zakynthos

Posted by moodhacker on July 10, 2017 at 9:30 AM





Light on the exact causes that led to the death of a 56-year-old English woman who lost her life in Zakynthos whikle on vacation is expected to shed the autopsy - necropsy and the specialized toxicological tests . No official cause of the British woman death was announced by the Greek authorities, although, the doctors expre4ssed the possibility the wo0man tohaqve been beaten by a sting, a spider, scorpion or other insect, evn though the woman did not feel any pain


The  56-year-old Christine For was enjoying with  her husband her vacation in the Ionian island. According to the story as it came out after her death in the Zakynthos Hopsital,  not knowing that she had a sting, she started experiencing some symptoms and she he was initially addressed to private physicians. When her situation deteriorated,  she was brought to the Hospital of Zakynthos, but still she was not  aware of anything that might had hurt her health . She was not able to give accurate information to the doctors, the Hopsital physisisans wsaid afterwards t.


Acute and neural hepatitis as well as severe hypoxemia were diagnosed. Her situation worsened rapidly and the next day she was transferred to Rio Hopsital where she died . Doctors said she asuffere4d an accute paralysis symptom, describing it as "neural hepatitis, to the local media, which actualy does not exist as a condition in medical practice. Neural paralysis is caused by Hepatitis E, according to bibliography 


Professor of Pathology at the University Hospital of Patras in Rio, Charalambos Gogos, said in a statement in local press  "The British woman was brough to the hopsital with  severe toxic damage and  multiorgan failure. We treated the fever on stinging ground while undergoing hemodialysis but she could not make it. Special toxicology examinations are exdpected to show further on the death cause "




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