BONSERNEWS.com – The following is a history of health conditions and diseases experienced by Muhammad Fajri, an obese man from Tangerang before he died:
Muhammad Fajri was initially referred from the Tangerang Regional General Hospital (RSUD) to RSCM, on Friday (9/6/2023).
Muhammad Fajri was referred to as his condition had deteriorated due to an infection in his legs and lungs.
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“Actually Mr. MF was also advised to go to the hospital a few months ago regarding his right leg which had an infection. But he still didn’t want to go to the hospital, so that eventually his condition worsened, so he was taken to the hospital,” said the specialist. Anesthesia RSCM Sidhartha Kusuma Manggala.
“So indeed Mr. MF’s own condition when he came to our hospital was indeed in a bad condition,” he continued.
Sidharta said that in the last month Muhammad Fajri had started unable to sleep on his back. He said, when he entered the hospital, Muhammad Fajri already had medical problems related to cardio respiration or lung and heart problems.
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“After that, Mr. MF, after being here, the tightness was getting worse, so he needed breathing assistance. Respiratory assistance, put on a ventilator,” he said.
As a result of the increasingly severe infection in his feet and lungs, Fajri experienced septic shock. It was explained that septic shock is a condition in which the body’s response to a severe infection occurs.
Sidharta said that the severe infection had been treated with antibiotics. He said that septic shock also occurs due to organ failure.
“Then the other characteristics of septic shock are organ failure. So he starts to fail his heart, blood vessels, his blood pressure starts to drop, his kidneys have problems too. Because of his septic shock,” he explained.
Apart from that, Sidharta said that Muhammad Fajri’s digestion was also having problems. As a result of the infection, organ failure occurs, which is called MODS (Multi Organ Dysfunction Syndrome).
“This is what makes his condition get worse and indeed in the end last night we were no longer able to maintain his condition, the therapies we have given,” he explained.
Obstetrics and gynecology specialist, Junita Indarti, said that there were 9 doctors who treated Fajri. Junita said that the best medicines had been given to Muhammad Fajri.
“So there are 9 DPJP doctors who are involved, starting from all multi-organs, yes, respectively, kidney, hypertension is there, skin is there. So there are 9 doctors involved in the treatment of Mr. MF,” he said.
“Every morning we deploy some additional personnel to do the cleaning, yes, to bathe this patient. So that and other needs are also well supported,” he added.
Now the body of Fajri, an obese man weighing 300 kg from Tangerang, has been buried at the Menteng Pulo Public Cemetery (TPU), Tebet, South Jakarta (Jaksel), Thursday (22/6/2023). Fajri’s burial process was assisted by Damkar and Basarnas using a pulley system.
Head of the Jakpus Fire Team, Rofi’e, explained the procession of Fajri’s body to the grave. “The process is that we raise it using a pulley system using a tripod,” said Rofi’e at the location.