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Zachary is not doing very well. Her mother Mandy picks him up from school and quickly realizes that something is not right. Zachary says he has an itchy rash on your feet and eyes, like poison ivy. His mother ends up rubbing a soothing cream to your feet so they are expected to be relieved of the itching.
But the next day is worse. His whole body is covered with the rash. Its temperature rises. Fever set. Mandy rushes her son to the emergency.
At the hospital, doctors are not sure exactly what is happening. It should be a viral infection of some kind involved. But then the medication does not work and give it gets even worse compared to when he entered. Now his eyes are bloodshot. His lips begin to crack wide.
It would be a nurse who has a feeling about what’s going on. Could she syndrome Stevens-Johnson question? Confirmation is made. In fact, the child is suffering from this rare disease, but very dangerous that targets the skin and mucous membranes. Flulike symptoms set in to start, and doom continues quickly.
The cause is usually some kind of allergic to a particular drug reaction. It Mandy gave his son some pills just days before deal with a migraine headache.
Now the child’s skin blisters and begins to peel off. It turns out that 90 percent of their skin affected now. Below the lungs is. At this point an artificial coma to be implemented so that they can remove the top layer of dead skin is necessary. A substitute for artificial skin is used to wrap for new skin to form the body already weakened.
Will you survive? Nobody knows.
The brave boy has now lasted another month, and is out of the coma, while recovering surprisingly quickly. His health is much better and there has been no permanent damage. Naturally, the family is overwhelmed with joy that your child has become completely healthy after undergoing such a horrible episode in which almost do not.
Although Zachary was a small, frail child who had the heart of a lion to endure everything that had to happen. Suffering and aggressive treatments, Zachary overcame all and the end result was very positive!
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