Souvenirs from abroad are not welcome. After staying in Uganda, a woman from Bruntálska did not forget to visit her and to visit this exotic country.
Silesia Hospital of Opava. Picture picture.Picture : DENK / Clara Yarosova
The epidemic department of the Silesian Hospital received another noteworthy notoriety. His specialists treat Bruntál's 40-year-old patient who visited late summer in Uganda in addition to the most difficult Malaria-type memories. She ended up in the Opava hospital epidemic department and returned home after treatment, but had to return to the hospital 14 days ago. Her brain might have affected the malarial neuropathy syndrome, which is a peculiar phenomenon because similar cases in the Czech Republic have yet to be revealed. The doctors were surprised. "She had to vaccinate us from yellow fever and jaundice before we left for Africa, we repeatedly recommended her use of malaria, but we refused her for 10 days in Africa," said Petr Kümpel, Chief of Infectious Diseases recalls. If she was obedient to her, it would be much less difficult. He jumped into the jungle and native villages only once, but the bugs were enough to bite.
A few days after she returned to the Czech Republic, she suffered from fever and fever. She realized that it might be malaria and she soon headed to Silesia Hospital. Malaria is malaria, the most serious form of malaria, and is directly at risk to life. About two million people die each year in the world. "We were able to win the disease fairly quickly because of the good condition of the patient, and at the end of September we spilled anti-malarial drugs and released them home," Kumpel said. However, malaria did not give up. A few weeks later, the wife brought her husband to the hospital with a confused delirium. "She took her to the intensive care unit and experienced a series of miscarriages that excluded dengue, epilepsy, ticks encephalitis and other infections. When we read the literature on malaria, we found that there was a malaria syndrome Our female patient is probably the first of the patients suffering from this syndrome. Its essence is the patient's autoimmune system that can trigger this condition in the body after malaria, "explains Kümpel.
No one wants it.
Fortunately, despite the initial hopeless situation, women were able to reverse the adverse situation and are now fully oriented. If everything goes well, she can go home next week.
"I can not explain what I am going through and I was scared of some of the scenes, I could not tell the truth and what was not, I remember seeing the oldest daughter in hospital bed when she was not in my office. "Unfortunate patients say about her experience. She works as a caregiver and she is used to helping sick people. Treatment of infectious disease teams may not be approved. The worst is evident, but there is a question about how her brain will respond to fighting drugs.