as of The 7th of april, and felt, Per-Olof Eriksson from the city and a little bit sick, and seeking medical care.
the Doctor took a blood test and found that it is most likely the case about the coronavirus.
" He told me to go home and try to take it easy and if it gets worse with breathing, should I call the hospital again. Once home, it became worse and worse, and eventually, I find it hard to breathe, " says Per-Olof.
Per-Olov think that it is uncomfortable to look back at the pictures when he was in a coma.Photo by: < / b> Private is Low, the anaesthetic, in 32 days,
He had to go by ambulance to the hospital and are already in memory let him down.
" I remember, I was admitted to the intensive care unit. But then I remember that I wake up, " says Per-Olof.
Shortly thereafter, he was told that he has been sedated for over a month.
" There were two doctors who took care of me, and they told me the whole story, that I was in the Icu and they had put the diary. The one I got to take home with me. It says it all, I have been involved with in some detail. To read it was not a pleasant experience. It came as a big surprise to not know what you have been through. I knew that it was a very, very bad to me. It was a horrible experience, " says Per-Olof.
Per-Olov was on the 15th of may, and was discharged a week later.
the Doctors and nurse's diary reveals how, Per-Olov was when he was on a ventilator and in a coma.Photo by: < / b> Private . ”thank you guys so much”
Now, in retrospect, he was very grateful and happy for the help and support he has received. Both the health of their family.
" There has been a lot of emotions, definitely. It's not going to come from. I think that I have a wife, children and grand-children. I am very, very grateful to you for the health care system, they have done an amazing job, " says Maria.
Even though he is now fully recovered from the coronavirus, he has a long way to go to fully recover.
" I'm not recovered yet. Not at 100%. It is to be taken as a part of the strength in my legs, but under normal circumstances, and when there is difficult terrain, so I can handle myself well. I've heard that it can take up to a year, " says Per Olov Eriksson.
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