Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Lynn Credo Del Rosario, Filipina OFW, suffers TEN from antibiotics

Lynn Credo Del Rosario, 38, was admitted at Iranian Hospital in Dubai who suffered burn on her body after she took antibiotics.

Lisa Kingsley with Lynn Credo Del Rosario
Lynn being a pharmacist believes that taking antibiotics will relieve her flu. But unfortunately due to weak immune system, her body reacted rarely that made her critical. She was diagnosed a server Stevens–Johnson Syndrome or Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN).

What is TEN?

Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis is a threatening dermatological condition that is usually induced by a reaction to medications. It is also considered as a more severe of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome.

Del Rosario’s medical treatment already reached Php4M on which her friend Lisa Kingsley is doing her best for her goal to raised $30,000.00. The fund will go to sustain the medication of Lynn.

According to the doctor Lynn’s condition is severe and acute which covers almost 80% burn on her body.

For donations you can visit gofundme.

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