The conditions of Michele Merlo continue to be stationary after the announcement of the drug coma. “Hopes reduced to a flicker” explained in the morning the father of the artist who grew up in Amici. In a statement released to “La Repubblica Bologna”, he reveals a background that has already opened an investigation by the Ausl. Last Wednesday, the singer had presented himself to the emergency room of the Vergato hospital but his condition would not have been taken seriously, so much so that he was discharged, reveals Mike Bird’s father, because “it blocked the emergency room. for two plaques in the throat “.
The revelation of Mike Bird’s father
According to what his father Domenico Merlo revealed, his son Mike Bird was already showing revealing symptoms last Wednesday. Therefore, if the situation had been handled differently, perhaps he could still have saved himself.
He went to the emergency room in Vergato in full autonomy. He complained of symptoms that a shrewd doctor would have caught. She had had a severe migraine for days, neck pain and plaques in her throat, a typical sign of leukemia. If they had examined him they would have seen that he had bruises. We don’t have a medical report but a barcode bracelet that I have at home. And an audio that my son sent to the girlfriend: ‘I’m pissed off, they told me I stuffed the emergency room for two plaques in my throat. Instead he was tired. “Michele had two arms like that. He played sports, he didn’t drink, he never used drugs, he liked the good life, eating well, good things, he traveled far and wide in Italy.
The therapy received was not suitable
In Vergato, Michele Merlo would have received a series of antibiotics as therapy and would have been discharged with a high fever of 39. This is the story of Domenico Merlo:
I can’t tell if she told the doctor that she had nosebleeds – as she had – and dizziness in addition to the other symptoms. In Vergato they gave him antibiotics to take: when they sent him home he had a fever of 38.5-39. But not trusting him, the next day he called his family doctor in Bassano, who instead recommended another antibiotic. Without seeing it, though. Initial therapy was wrong regardless. The first aid, on the evening when my son ended up in the hospital, was conditioned by an unprofessional doctor who cannot do that type of surgery, he does not hold tension when he is under stress. I don’t want to point the finger at anyone. I am interested that certain errors should not be repeated, if they are errors. That those who have made a mistake today are not wrong tomorrow.
Hopes are always low and anger is mounting because maybe Mike Bird could have saved himself.