Doming David died after a positive coronavirus test (Photo: PA).
A nurse who died of the coronavirus developed symptoms after sitting with a patient who later tested positive for the disease.
Domingue David, 62, was a nurse for many years and worked at Llandow University Hospital when she fell ill.
The South Wales Medical Examiner in Pontipride heard from Mrs. David, who was generally in good physical condition, and was released on December 31st. She was sent home in March after her temperature had risen.
She was born on the 5th. April was admitted to Llandow University Hospital with a cough, fever and muscle pain and died on the 26th. Could be in intensive care.
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No autopsy was performed, but the hospital advisors found a provisional cause of death: ischemic bowel, Covid-19 and hypertension.
Assistant Medical Examiner Lauren Hewitt called a brief hearing: Mrs. David was a nurse for many years and worked in Room 5 at Landow Hospital.
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She was generally in good condition. She was born on the 31st. Mars because she had a fever.
She was with a surgical patient who tested positive for Covid-19.
She had new symptoms and was admitted to Llandow University Hospital with a cough, fever and myalgia.
Mrs. David was born in the Philippines and lived in Penarta (Photo: PA).
The scan was performed on the 25th. May, and the doctors considered his condition irreplaceable, which was also heard during the interrogation.
Mrs. David, born in the Philippines and living in Penarta, died the next day.
Medical researcher Graham Hughes said there would be an investigation because there was reason to believe that his death could be related to work.
He postponed the hearing until a full investigation, which took place on 16 March. June 2021 at 1:00 p.m.
The Medical Examiner spoke with Mrs. David’s family and friends offer their condolences.
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After her death, the Cardiff Board of Health and Vale University announced the death of an exceptionally diligent worker after a positive Covid 19 test.
A spokesperson said that Ms David joined the Health Council in 2004 when she came to the UK from the Philippines to launch a nursing adjustment programme.
Since 2004, she has been an integral part of life in the West 5 Pavilion of Llandow University Hospital and will be remembered as an exceptionally hardworking and respected, friendly and compassionate person in her dealings with patients, families and colleagues, she said.
She belonged to the station family and was loved by everyone. Your son Renzi survived, to whom we extend our deepest sympathy.
On the Health Council of the Netherlands’ website, West 5 is described as a trauma and orthopaedic service for patients recovering from planned interventions to improve their health and quality of life.
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