The young man, showing facial swelling and other worrying symptoms, was admitted to the emergency area, where he was immediately treated by a multidisciplinary team, making it possible for him to be hospitalized today with good progress and permanent control.
Mrs. Julia Casal, a resident of La Pilar neighborhood, appealed to the Government of Formosa, the provincial public health system and the Central Emergency Hospital “Dr. Gave thanks to. Ramon Carrillo” was thanked for his immediate attention to his nephew last Sunday, November 12, when he arrived at the emergency guard area.
He then commented that Marcelo Osvaldo Casal presented symptoms as if “bitten by an insect or other insect, edema formed that closed his eyes and he had other symptoms that worried us a lot.” We brought him to the hospital, where he was immediately treated by the doctor on duty and various specialists: general surgeons, oral and maxillofacial dentists, infectious disease specialists and other professionals.
He indicated that, in parallel, many studies were carried out, such as laboratories, X-ray, ultrasound, tomography, “others on lungs, blood, all very complete.”
After consultation and results, the diagnosis was facial cellulitis. He commented, “They treated him with antibiotics and today he is better, under control and following up until completing the prescribed regimen.”
In this regard, he valued “multidisciplinary and comprehensive care”, because, as was the case with his nephew, “when a patient comes here, he is seen by a whole team of different professionals, he Nurses and all procedures have to be controlled.” studies”.
And he clarified that he was making this distinction not only in relation to his nephew, “but I’m saying this because when I visited with him and continue to visit with him, I was seeing that he was different from other patients. “What do you do with it?”
At the same time, he said that in addition to medical and professional competence, science and technology are put to the service of patients, “This is also to emphasize the high level of humanity with which they treat everyone, 24 hours a day, continuously.” ” ,
For this reason, he thought it appropriate to thank the management of the directors who are currently in charge of the hospital, “a hospital that is a reference for all residents of our province, because whether it is someone from the interior or the Capital who needs a health The problem is “the first thing you think about is going to the central hospital or it’s the first place you are referred to if you need it.”
Afterward, he thanked the public health system “that the people of Formosa have today. It is something that we must value, we have to talk about because it is what we have and it is what we live by. And that’s no coincidence, it’s thanks to provincial public health policy that allows all of this to be possible,” he stressed.
“We have a health system in our province that actually answers to us. Probably, many things are missing because more and more of us are demanding benefits and also because we often see that private centers cannot provide the necessary solutions to many of these demands, so people, even if they have Be it social work, influencers turn to the public,” he continued.
On the other hand, regarding those permanently attacking the Formosa health system, he said, “Argentines in general are the complainers and Formosa residents are part of that. Sure, sometimes because of certain things, there are certain failures, but when one experiences this reality that affects me today, which I have the privilege of being able to tell about, that Criticisms stop us from reconsidering and evaluating progress, which is what is important.”
Julia is today a nurse who has retired from this activity and on the eve of National Nursing Day, which is celebrated like every year on November 21, she would like to extend a special greeting to all her colleagues and especially those Which was “Dear Central Hospital.”
“I really want to congratulate you, you deserve it. And in your name to the entire team and all the staff who make up the great family of this hospital. He expressed with heartfelt emotion, “Never lose the humanity that characterizes you.”