I need help. My husband just passed away on the 26th of August. The problem is no one will or won't tell me what happened to him. We took him to the hospital thinking he was having a heart attack. The local hospital admitted him cause he was short of breath but heart checked out fine. While there we were told gallbladder, pancreatitisis, low potassium and h-plyori,ulcers and then he started catching puenmonia. His symptoms were muscle spasms in his back along the shoulder blades, high fever (up to 104.9), rapid breathing, vomiting, low potassium, diareaha, and constant burping. We transferred to another hospital where he ended up in icu with a lung absecess and it went down from there. They said the only option with the lung absecess was surgery to clean it out. His vitals were good until then. He ended up on dialysis, they had put him on the vent to flood his body with oxygen but only at 50%(had to go up to 100%), they said he caught staph but don't know where it entered the body, he recieved over 40 units of blood, when he died his face, neck and eyes were so swollen the skin on his ears were peeling and bursting open. His blood pressure dropped and he was gone. He was only 36 and perfect health before this. I need help and try to figure out what happened--he didn't have staph at the local hospital. Whatever it was killed every organ in his body. He died a slow horrible death. Please help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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