According to a medical report from an Italian hospital released this Friday from the account of Silvina’s lawyer, Fernando Berlando, Silvina Luna presents a picture of “encephalopathy of multi-causal origin” and is “breathing in her own ways, though with a reserved forecast”. ,
According to the hospital, the actress presents “a picture of multifactorial encephalopathy” and requires “ventilator support”. Luna is “breathing on her own with stable vital signs” with a “reserved” prognosis.
The actress and model has been admitted to the intensive care unit of the Italian hospital in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Almagro, after her state of health deteriorated as a result of the malpractice of plastic surgeon Anibal Lotocki.
Following intervention by a surgeon, the actress suffered methacrylate poisoning, which led to hypercalcemia and kidney failure, for which she received dialysis treatment.
In mid-May this year, in a televised interview, Silvina Luna said in reference to the appearance that although her illness required a transplant, the procedure was still not “urgent”, as she now needed “a solution to a health problem”. ” Had to do. of a bacterium in your body.
Regarding his current condition, Luna shared on his social networks earlier this month that he had been admitted to an Italian hospital and was starting a “new path of transplant”.
However, the clinical conditions worsened over the weekend, due to which he had to be transferred to the intensive care unit.
What is hepatic encephalopathy?
A medical portal details, “Hepatic encephalopathy is a decline in brain functioning that affects people with severe liver disease due to the arrival of accumulated toxins in the blood that should normally be eliminated by the liver.”
“In hepatic encephalopathy, toxins are not eliminated because liver function is altered. In addition, some toxins may bypass the liver by passing through an abnormal connection (called collateral circulation) that forms between the portal vein system (which supplies blood to the liver) and the general circulation. These vessels form as a result of liver disease and portal hypertension (high blood pressure in the portal vein, the large vein that carries blood from the intestine to the liver)”, he adds.