Essequibo Coast teen died from blood poisoning – PME

January 12, 2020 | | Post a Comment

first_imgDeath at Suddie Public HospitalThe Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) teen, who succumbed at the Suddie Public Hospital while being treated for pain in his ankle, died as a result of blood poisoning, a Post-Mortem Examination (PME) revealed.Dead teen: Rabindra KhagaramThe PME conducted by Dr Nehaul Singh revealed that 14-year-old Rabindra Khagaram of Henrietta, Essequibo, blood became septic. The teen, a former student of the Anna Regina Multilateral School, died on Monday after he was taken to the hospital crying out for pain in his ankle. Reports are Khagaram began complaining of pain in his ankle on Sunday while he was celebrating his 14th birthday. Reports are the teen started crying out for pain his left ankle and as such, he was taken to the Suddie Public Hospital.According to relatives, the teen was given an injection and antibiotics. He was sent away and upon arrival at home, he went to bed since he told relatives that he was feeling drowsy. His mother told Guyana Times that soon after her son woke up, he started to cry out for chest pains and without hesitation, he was rushed back to the hospital. The grieving mother said that her son was seen by another doctor, who administered another injection and prescribed some tablets. At about 02:00h on Monday morning, the mother went to her son’s room to check on his condition but found that his body was extremely cold and he was perspiring heavily.Again, she took him back to the hospital where he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) but took his last breath a few hours later. The grieving mother said that the teen was their eldest son.The young man leaves to mourn his parents and a brother.last_img

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