The death of a Brazilian beauty queen was reported by the New York Post on Monday, months after she had undergone a routine tonsillectomy.
As reported by The Sun and The Mirror, Gleycy Correia, 27, who won the title of Miss United Continents Brazil in 2018, reportedly underwent the procedure in late March and then suffered a hemorrhage five days later.
The priest said that she suffered a cardiac arrest on April 4 and remained in a coma until her death on June 20. “God specifically picked today to take our princess.
Although she will be sorely missed here on Earth, we can take comfort in the knowledge that her radiant smile is now permanently adorning the heavens “The reports state that he made the following statement.
To what extent the procedure contributed to the patient’s bleeding, cardiac arrest, and eventual death is unknown. The outlets reported that an autopsy report was pending.
Tonsillectomy Is Usually Performed
It is possible for the tonsils to become inflamed and infected, a condition known as tonsillitis, according to the Mayo Clinic. Some people with chronic tonsillitis that doesn’t respond to antibiotics or other treatments choose to have their tonsils surgically removed.
A further argument for tonsillectomy is that enlarged tonsils can cause breathing difficulties and disrupt sleep. Correia may have had a tonsillectomy for unknown reasons.
The procedure is most frequently performed on children, and the pros and cons are under increasing scrutiny.
An analysis of nearly 6,000 patients who had a tonsillectomy in 2014 found that the procedure is extremely safe for adults, with only 1.2% experiencing complications and 0.3% dying within 30 days. Infections such as these were the leading cause of complications.
The Mayo Clinic notes that bleeding can occur at any point in the healing process.
According to Medline Plus, which is part of the National Library of Medicine, sudden cardiac arrest can be brought on by severe bleeding as it is with any other form of extreme stress on the body. Lack of oxygenated blood to the brain causes unconsciousness and can be fatal if not treated quickly.
Death at 27 for Miss Brazil
On Monday, 27-year-old Gleycy Correia, a former Miss Brazil, passed away due to complications from a tonsillectomy.
Ms. Correia, a native of the southeastern city of Macaé, went into a coma in early April, just five days after undergoing routine surgery. She had suffered a hemorrhage and a heart attack. A medical examiner has been contacted to perform an autopsy on her body.
Ms. Correira(Twitter) won the title of Miss United Continents Brazil in 2018, and in the years since then, she has amassed a sizable fan base. She had over 50,000 followers on Instagram and worked as a permanent makeup artist. After Ms. Correira passed away, her loved ones and admirers took to the site to pay their respects.
The Sun reported that throughout her life, Ms. Correira frequently reflected on her disadvantaged upbringing in Brazil and even posted motivational quotes on her Instagram to demonstrate her resilience.
It wasn’t until she had to be strong that she realized her true mettle, as she put it in one of her posts.
An acquaintance of Ms. Correira’s family, Pastor Jak Abreu, reportedly posted on Monday, “God chose this day to collect our princess… The world will be darker without her here, but the heavens will be brighter because of her.
who in 2018 was crowned Miss United Continents Brazil, but who died on Monday at a hospital in the Brazilian city of Macaé, more than two months after the relatively straightforward operation. The medical examiner in her area has been contracted to perform an autopsy on her body.