Her brain probably affected post-malargic neurological syndrome. This is the first case of this disease in the Czech Republic.
"A woman came to our service before going to Africa, where her daughter is working in a charity. She was vaccinated against yellow fever and jaundice, although I have repeatedly recommended it to use an antimalarist in Africa, she refused to be in Africa in ten days, "said Petr Kümpel, Head of Unit.
The Ugandan woman has most often moved to the capital of Kampala. "She started in a single day in the jungle and indigenous villages where she was pinned by insects. She then returned to the Czech Republic where her fever and fever suffered after a few days. came directly to us where we diagnosed the most serious form of malaria – the tropics of malaria, life-threatening, every year about two million people die in the world, "the mayor continued.
Due to the good condition of a woman, malaria succeeded to beat pretty quickly. "At the end of September we released the patient's home after an antimalarial leak," the doctor said.
He did not know what was true and what was not
A few weeks later, her wife brought her husband to the hospital with strong hallucinations.
"According to her husband, the patient worsened during the first days of driving symptoms, and then she lost her memory until she got into a state of disorientation. I have done a series of abstractions to exclude dengue fever, baccalaureate, bacalaural encephalitis and other infections. When we read the literature on malaria, we discovered that there is a post-malar neurological syndrome that would he could probably have these manifestations. He is probably the first patient in the Czech Republic who could suffer from this syndrome, "Kümpel said.
The woman works as a caretaker. "I can not describe what I experienced, some scenes were frightening, I remember I wore the oldest daughter at the hospital bed when it was not really in my office, I could not tell what was true and what was not I do not want to know anyone, "she said, describing her condition as a woman.