(CNN)-Her family announced in a post on the GoFundMe page established on her behalf that her family members were residents of OBGYN who lived in Houston earlier on Tuesday after a months-long battle with Covid-19 Adeline Fagan died.
The GoFundMe page said that when she fell ill, Fagan had just started her second year of residence in Houston.
The article stated that although she is mainly engaged in childbirth, Fagan is rotating the ER for Covid patients. Despite having a history of asthma, upper respiratory tract infection and pneumonia, her sisters shared with KHOU, an affiliate of CNN, that they started work as “what (Adeline) wants to do”
Maureen Fagan told KHOU: “She wants to get up every morning, give birth and help women.”
The first post on the GoFundMe page stated that Adeline Fagan felt good when she arrived on the morning of July 8 and was “nice to meet the patient”, but by the evening of her 12-hour shift, she began to feel “in the weather “.
Her symptoms were mainly intense flu-like symptoms, which escalated to hospitalization within a week. She was battling Covid-19 in the hospital, spent several weeks, received several different respiratory therapies, and took dozens of drugs, but none of them received a positive response.
The GoFundMe post stated that on August 3, before entering the experimental drug trial, Adeline must be intubated and placed on a ventilator because her lungs can no longer support her. On August 4, she was placed on the ECMO extracorporeal membrane oxygenation to oxygenate her blood when the ventilator opened her lungs through positive pressure. Fagan’s family predicted on the GoFundMe page that she will stay on the ventilator and ECMO for at least six to eight weeks in the hope that her lungs will heal on its own.
Fagen did not survive. According to her sister Maureen Fagan (Maureen Fagan), she is 28 years old.
A post written by Fagan’s father, Brant, said: “The moment the world stops for a while, it will never be the same. Our beautiful daughter, sister, friend, physician, MD Adeline Mary Fagan Adeline Marie Fagan) passed away.”
Adeline Fagan’s sister Natalie Fagan told KHOU, “Her sister wanted to be a doctor from the beginning.”
Natalie Fagan said: “She fought for it.” “She fought hard. She studied hard. She studied very hard and got there.”
The GoFundMe post continues to thank everyone who supports Adeline Fagan. Since its creation on August 10, the GoFundMe page has raised more than $160,000 by more than 3,000 donors.
Fagan’s father wrote: “Even in this darkest age, there are good people who are willing to share their part in order to share with each other.”
He also encouraged mourners to “become the’Adeline’ of the world. Passionately help others who are unfortunate, put a smile on your face, laugh in your heart, and play Disney music on your lips.”
The post wrote that Adeline Fagan performed well in the last few days of her life and provided a good report to the family on Friday night. Fagan’s parents live in New York, but they went to Houston with their daughter. After an Adeline nurse found out that she was unresponsive, he received a call Friday night.
A CT scan showed massive damage from a cerebral hemorrhage, and her medical team is seeking permission to reduce stress.
The statement said: “The neurosurgeon said that the probability that she can even survive the operation is one in a million, but if Adeline survives, she will face some serious cognitive and sensory impairments.”
According to data from the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of September 16, 2020, 1,405 deaths from the Covid-19 virus nationwide have died from Covid-19, and the death toll is 182,095.
The family did not respond to the email sent to the GoFundMe page.