Modena, 13 September 2021 – “Those two blood clots, which came out of my daughter’s vein when the catheter with adrenaline in her left arm was inserted, I saw them very well. It was two clots, not liquid blood. I am not a doctor, but if the adrenaline, on its way to the heart, has met other clots, it has certainly not reached its goal. The defibrillatorperhaps it would help get the pulse started again. Only the autopsy will clarify, at the moment we cannot know if our beloved Giulia could be saved by the use of the defibrillator. But what is certain is that it has not been used “.
Mrs Oxana, mother of Giulia Lucenti, the 16-year-old student of the Galilei Institute of Mirandola, who died on September 8, sixteen hours after the second dose of Pzifer, there is no peace and the many questions that flank each drama retrace those excited moments and distressed at the sight of Giulia, “lying on the sofa, lifeless. Immediately – says her mother – I thought she was asleep. Her face was serene, her body temperature normal, her hands and face warm, a sign that she had recently died, in the period from 13.30 to 14.50, but I still tried the impossible by giving her heart massage and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and interrupting the life-saving procedures, which I know how to practice as a social health worker, only to call 118. I yelled on the phone to hurry up, because my daughter didn’t it showed signs of life, but unfortunately, from Nonantola to Bastille, the ambulance took about twenty minutes “.
To the very strong pain for the loss of Giulia, “who had undergone the vaccine reluctantly, because from an early age she screamed at the sight of a syringe”, the parents, Lorenzo and Oxana, combine anger for an absurd death. “You can’t die at sixteen. Giulia was a healthy girl, she had only – continues her mother – a very slight imperfection in the mitral valve, but she did not take any drugs, he led a very normal life“. The parents, in recent days, through their lawyer Pier Francesco Rossi presented a complaint to the Public Prosecutor’s Office to ask for an autopsy, which could already be carried out today.
The Ausl reiterates first of all one’s closeness to the family, “of which – he says – we understand all the pain”. Then he reassures about the instruments on the ambulances: “all the vehicles – explains the company – are equipped with defibrillators, which are checked every morning. The condition in which the girl was. it did not include the use of a defibrillator, but another type of surgery, which was correctly carried out. As for the arrival times, the call, with the relevant interview by the operator of the Bologna 118 center began at 03.03.
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