The participation of the teenager in Florida who died from the coronavirus in the Church 100 people in just two weeks before her death, said Monday.
Carsyn Lee Davis, 17, of Fort Myers, was in a Church last month where the “she’s not wearing a mask [and] social distancing was not followed”, – is spoken in Miami-Dade County report of the medical examiner of her death.
The teenager, who had several diseases, died on June 23 after testing positive for COVID-19.
The medical examiner’s report received the Fort Myers news-pressthe details of how the girl’s family treated it like home, with unproven drugs, almost a week before taking her to the hospital.
She struggled with health problems for many years, including a rare nervous system disorder, which resolved when she was five years old, obesity, and autoimmune disorders, says the report.
Her mother, Carol Brunton Davis, also said in a Facebook post that her daughter is a cancer survivor, The news-press previously reported.
The coroner found that the girl’s mother a nurse and her father, the physician assistant, gave her Azithromycin — an antibiotic is being studied as a potential COVID-19 treatment — as a protective measure against the virus, news-press reported.
June 13, a few days after the Church event, the girl developed a headache, pressure in sinuses, and mild cough, which the family took was the result of sinusitis, the report said.
Then on 19 June, the mother, the teenager noticed that she “looked grey” during sleep, and gave her an unspecified dose of hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malaria drug seen by some including President trumpas a possible treatment for COVID-19.
FDA warned people not to use medications beyond the controlled parameters of the hospital because of possible side effects.
Earlier this month, the Agency pulled its emergency use authorization for the drug as a treatment for the virus in hospitals, citing a lack of evidence, she was working and that the risks outweigh any potential benefits.
Then the parents tried to put a teenager on an oxygen tank to use her grandfather, who has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Then they finally took her to the medical center the Gulf coast in South Fort Myers. The teenager was transferred to children hospital of Indianapolis, who confirmed that she COVID-19.
In the hospital, her parents chose for her to obtain plasma treatment, refusing to allow her to be intubated. It didn’t work and the girl later still intubated, the report said.
Later she was transferred to children’s hospital Nicklaus in Miami, where she died.