General Directorate of Health Matters in Jazan announced a statement on Thursday refusing to transfer contaminated blood to a patient at Abu Arish General Hospital.
He said that the patient suffers from sickle cell anemia with symptoms of blood poisoning, and a lack of vital organs. He went to Abu-Rish General Hospital, has a high fever, sickle cell anemia and breathlessness.
On the condition of the disease, cases of septicemia or septicemia, known scientifically, were reported as a condition occurring when a person infected septicemia in any part of their body, such as the lungs, t the intestines or urinary tract, and spread this infection to reach the patient's blood.
He said that although people are usually resistant to this type of infection, some cases such as immunity, such as for people with diabetes and sickle cell anemia, are affected by this resistance, and the patient has symptoms. septicemia.
He noted that this occurred despite the use of large-scale antibiotics, and blood poisoning from critical complications that could affect the patient, and can lead to a reduction in blood pressure in the alleged toxic septic shock can lead to defects in organ functions. essential.