Lately a lot has been said about health of Daniel Bisogno, actor and host of a television show, his frequent visits to the hospital prevailed, even colleagues like Pepe Magaña replaced him in the play he participated in. ‘My neighborhood is Lagunilla’.
This is correct Pepe Magana who pointed out that the producer Alejandro Gou He was called back to replace Daniel Bisogno for the third week in a row, due to his health condition.
“I like Daniel a lot… I spent two or three weekends with him and I enjoyed it. He failed, he is one day, he lacks two… he is hurt, he is bad, I see him very thin and I hope he recovers soon,” he declared on the YouTube channel of the entertainment journalist Gustavo Adolfo Infante.
They confirmed that he was in therapy
The entertainment journalist, María Luisa Valdés Doria, revealed that Daniel Bisogno was presentHe was hospitalized in intensive care.
“Daniel Bisogno is in intensive care, he has septic shock. We hope that he recovers soon and that God will save him,” he wrote.
Apparently the show notes presenter is presenting a septic shock.
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What is septic shock?
Septic shock is a serious, life-threatening medical condition that occurs when an infection spreads throughout the body and causes a severe systemic inflammatory response. This inflammatory response can lead to dysfunction in many organs and body systems. Septic shock is usually associated with bacterial infections, but can also be caused by fungal or viral infections.
Symptoms of septic shock may include high fever, tachycardia, difficulty breathing, low blood pressure, confusion, skin discoloration, and more. Early diagnosis and treatment are important to improve the chances of survival.
Treatment of septic shock usually involves giving antibiotics to fight the underlying infection, as well as resuscitation with intravenous fluids and, in some cases, drugs to raise blood pressure. Patients with septic shock usually require intensive care and continuous monitoring.
It is important to remember that septic shock is a serious medical emergency and should be treated immediately in a hospital setting. Prevention of infections and prompt treatment of underlying infections are key to reducing the risk of developing septic shock.