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Sick Palestinian Refugee in Need of Urgent Treatment

Published : 08-04-2020

Sick Palestinian Refugee in Need of Urgent Treatment

Activists have called on the international humanitarian institutions, the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and all concerned human rights bodies to urgently work on saving the life of a displaced Palestinian woman from Syria in Thailand.

Speaking with AGPS, a Palestinian refugee in Thailand said his mother sustained life-threatening respiratory disorders and is in need of urgent treatment.

A medical summary of her case indicates that the 56-year-old patient suffers from an acute asthmatic attack with acute respiratory failure since March 28, 2020. She has also been diagnosed with post-cardiac arrest status (CPR 5 minutes) and aspiration pneumonia.

The mother was transferred to a nearby hospital, where she has been hospitalized at an intensive care unit after he heart beat stopped for five minutes.

The motionless patient is also undergoing convulsions and has had her body shivering.

Her son said medics refused to transfer her to a public hospital, saying her condition is likely to take a turn for the worse. The mother is currently tied to a mechanical ventilation machine replacing her spontaneous breathing. Medics said if she remains unresponsive over the next couple of weeks she will have to undergo a tracheostomy, a surgically made hole that goes through the front of the neck into the windpipe to help the patient breathe.

Her treatment has reached up to 261,088 Thai Baht. Sometime earlier, a Thai charity paid 100,000 TB while another benevolent contributed 800 Sterling Pound. An unidentified donor also contributed 10,000 TB for treatment fees. The family still needs a sum of at least 5,630 USD.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9939

Activists have called on the international humanitarian institutions, the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and all concerned human rights bodies to urgently work on saving the life of a displaced Palestinian woman from Syria in Thailand.

Speaking with AGPS, a Palestinian refugee in Thailand said his mother sustained life-threatening respiratory disorders and is in need of urgent treatment.

A medical summary of her case indicates that the 56-year-old patient suffers from an acute asthmatic attack with acute respiratory failure since March 28, 2020. She has also been diagnosed with post-cardiac arrest status (CPR 5 minutes) and aspiration pneumonia.

The mother was transferred to a nearby hospital, where she has been hospitalized at an intensive care unit after he heart beat stopped for five minutes.

The motionless patient is also undergoing convulsions and has had her body shivering.

Her son said medics refused to transfer her to a public hospital, saying her condition is likely to take a turn for the worse. The mother is currently tied to a mechanical ventilation machine replacing her spontaneous breathing. Medics said if she remains unresponsive over the next couple of weeks she will have to undergo a tracheostomy, a surgically made hole that goes through the front of the neck into the windpipe to help the patient breathe.

Her treatment has reached up to 261,088 Thai Baht. Sometime earlier, a Thai charity paid 100,000 TB while another benevolent contributed 800 Sterling Pound. An unidentified donor also contributed 10,000 TB for treatment fees. The family still needs a sum of at least 5,630 USD.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9939