July 6, 2022

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Maurelio suffers from cerebral edema

Maurelio suffers from cerebral edema

He told Maurelio, from the duet with Luisa, edema of cerebral, to the doctor at country side, Wandervan Azevedo, splash. earlier in the day, He was transferred from a hospital in Goiania and remains in serious condition in the intensive care unit.

The singer’s medical report, which was released today, indicated that he underwent a cranial tomography yesterday and “there are indications of inflammation and edema of the central nervous system.” According to Azevedo, the condition is serious, but Morelio is already receiving treatment.

Yesterday, the artist received a visit from his wife Luana Ramos in the intensive care unit.

She stated that she had spoken to him and noticed reactions such as crying, convulsions and coughing, which, according to doctors, indicated that he was listening to what she was saying, and thus regaining consciousness.

Maurelio was diagnosed with pulmonary thromboembolism after three cardiac arrests and was in a very serious condition. He fell ill while recording his participation on DVD in Goiania.

Hospital treatment

Maurelio, from the duo with Luisa, was hospitalized yesterday at Jardim America Hospital, in Goiania, after experiencing difficulty breathing and severe chest pain. As a result, the 28-year-old singer had three cardiac arrests and was revived.

He was diagnosed with pulmonary thromboembolism, the most serious complication of thrombosis. Diagnosis is characterized by displacement of the thrombus from the vein into the lung. Gravity depends on the size and amount of clots formed as a result of the change.

In some cases, the combined work of cardiologists, neurologists, vascular specialists, pulmonologists, and even hematologists is necessary to control the condition.

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According to information previously disclosed in medical bulletins, the singer is “on mechanical ventilation, with all intensive support. No hospital discharge is expected.”