3 more Covid-19 patients died

According to the Treatment Subcommittee, 3 deaths were recorded from 103-105.

“Patient 12566”, male, 74 years old, address in District 4, Ho Chi Minh City, a history of cirrhosis due to hepatitis C, liver cancer, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, tested positive on June 17.

From June 18 to June 25, the patient was treated at Can Gio Covid Hospital, then transferred to Trung Vuong Hospital. Diagnosis on admission is Covid-19, monitoring for cirrhosis, hepatitis C, treated liver cancer, monitoring of sepsis due to ascites infection, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, acute kidney injury.

The patient died on July 3 with a diagnosis of pneumonia caused by nCoV infection at a critical level, complications of progressive respiratory failure, multi-organ failure on the background of liver cancer, cirrhosis of the liver caused by hepatitis C, heart failure, hypertension, type 2 diabetes.

“Patient 13041”, female, 72 years old, address Thanh Khe district, Da Nang city, exposed to many F0 family members. On June 18, the patient with cough, itching and burning throat was tested by CDC Da Nang, the result was positive. On June 19, the patient was transferred to Da Nang Lung Hospital, diagnosed with severe pneumonia caused by Covid-19 complicated by advanced respiratory failure in patients with diabetes, obesity, heart failure, severe gastrointestinal bleeding. heavy.

The patient died on 7/7, the cause was diagnosed as severe pneumonia caused by Covid-19 complicated by progressive respiratory failure, multi-organ failure, septic shock, hypovolemic shock due to gastrointestinal bleeding, fungal infection. invasive candidiasis in patients with type 2 diabetes/obesity/heart failure.

“Patient 10096”, female, 67 years old, address Viet Yen, Bac Giang, history of hypertension for many years, diabetes for one year. On June 3, the patient coughed, sore throat, and tested positive. Patient was admitted to Bac Giang Lung Hospital with a diagnosis of progressive pneumonia caused by nCoV in patients with hypertension and diabetes.

Patients were supported with high-flow oxygen, anti-inflammatory, antibiotics, anticoagulants, intensive resuscitation, lung damage did not improve, had to be intubated, mechanical ventilation, ECMO intervention. On June 13, the patient was transferred to the Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases with a diagnosis of septic shock, bacteremia, progressive pneumonia caused by nCoV, kidney failure in patients with diabetes, hypertension, and death. 5/7.


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