A 68-year-elderly person from Thiruvananthapuram who had tried constructive for COVID-19 passed on at Thiruvananthapuram clinical school early Tuesday morning. “He had endured kidney disappointment,” Medical Superintendent, Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram.
A second COVID 19 demise in Kerala has been accounted for on Tuesday. Abdul Azeez, a 68-year-elderly person from Pothencode who tried constructive for COVID 19 on Sunday, kicked the bucket while on ventilator support in Medical College Hospital passed on late in the night on Monday.
The patient, a retired police officer, had been in ventilator for the past five days. He suffered a heart attack while at MCH following which he was given ventilator support. Both his kidneys failed following and he was given dialysis. The patient also had long term thyroid issues.
The patient had no development history and his fundamental contact is unidentified making inquiries of system spread pause. He attempted negative in the primary test. The course guide of the patient was conveyed late on Monday with information open from close relatives. The patient who had signs of COVID 19 went to Gokulam Medical College first on March 23 from where he was insinuated Medical College Hospital around a similar time. Earlier he also moved closer Thonnakkal Health Center for treatment.