In the last few hours, the case of a 23-year-old girl has come to light, returning from her dream trip to celebrate her college graduation. He died suddenly and left his family devastated.
This is Bella Fidler, who is traveling to Bali, Indonesia, to celebrate the end of her law degree. but when he returned to his native Australia he thought it was covid or the flu but in reality it was something else.
The young woman, who did not catch any illness while she was away, started to feel bad a few days after returning home. Bella arrived at a hospital on Australia’s Gold Coast, but showed “severely ill” symptoms and had a seizure, The Mirror reported.
Doctors realized it was “bacterial meningitis” after doing different tests.
“Within a few hours, our lives were turned upside down by terrible news. Bella suffered a severe brain injury and was not expected to survive.” mentioned his parents, Blair and Jodie, in a statement to the local press.
According to the aforementioned setting, Bella was vaccinated during her high school course, but the specific strain she contracted was not covered by the Australian vaccination programme.
“We later learned that the national vaccination program did not include the deadly meningococcal B strain. His relatives said that his death could have been prevented.
According to the Mayo Clinic portal, meningitis is an infection and inflammation of the fluids and membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. These membranes are called meninges. This inflammation causes symptoms such as headache, fever, and stiff neck.
On the other hand“meningococcemia can kill 10 to 15 out of 100 infected people. According to MedlinePlus, about 10 to 20 out of 100 survivors will suffer from disabilities such as hearing loss, brain damage, kidney damage, loss of limb function, nervous system problems or serious wounds from grafts.
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