From our Victims of Socialist Healthcare Bureau
Although monkey pox is not considered a lethal disease, an Italian tourist infected with this pox has died in Cuba from sepsis and multiple organ failure three days after he was taken to a hospital.
Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s response to an infection damages its own tissues. Moreover, many people in hospital environments have a higher risk of getting an infection because hospitals and other healthcare facilities add extra risk factors, including poor hygiene.
Could 50-year-old Germano Mancini be considered a victim of Castro, Inc.’s totally dysfunctional medical care? It’s highly likely, given the filthiness and backwardness of Cuban hospitals and the ineptitude of Cuban doctors, but don’t expect any health personnel or any officials in Castrogonia to admit it.
Italian health authorities are puzzled by Mancini’s death and are questioning the information released by Cuba’s health ministry. “Cases of death from monkeypox are extremely rare,” said one Italian doctor, “and the numbers show that an adult with normal or slightly compromised immune defenses never dies from this virus”
Castro, Inc.’s Ministry of Health reports that while Mancini was in Cuba he had contact with 49 other people, all of whom are now in quarantine.
An Italian tourist with monkeypox, the first reported case in Cuba, has died, the country’s health ministry announced on Monday.
“This patient rapidly deteriorated to critical condition, having been unstable since August 18, dying on the afternoon of the 21st,” the ministry said in a statement.
The 50-year-old arrived in Cuba on August 15 and was hospitalized three days later, the statement said.
“The autopsy carried out at the Institute of Forensic Medicine showed that the cause of death was sepsis due to bronchopneumonia caused by an unspecified germ and multiple organ damage,” it added.
The ministry ruled out the patient having other pathologies of infectious origin, after carrying out studies seeking explanations for the severity of his case.
The Italian had been staying in a rented house and visited several places in the western provinces of the country. On Wednesday he felt “general symptoms” of malaise and went to a doctor on Thursday because they persisted.
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