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Encephalitis, Cause Alfin Lestaluhu died





The sad news came from the world of Indonesian sports. U-16 national team defender Alfin Lestaluhu reportedly died. Alfin suffered encephalitis and hypoalbuminemia and was hospitalized after being injured in the earthquake that occurred in Ambon, some time ago.
Alfin Lestaluhu died of encephalitis

PSSI said Alfin breathed his last on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 22.11 WIB at Harapan Kita Hospital, DKI Jakarta. In addition to expressing their condolences, PSSI also revealed the results of a doctor's diagnosis that said Alfin had fought against encephalitis or brain infection accompanied by hypoalbuminemia.

Alfin is one of the victims of the earthquake that struck Ambon on September 26, 2019 ago. His health condition has deteriorated further in refugee camps so that this player, known as a reliable right-back, is being treated at the Army Hospital, Ambon. Because it did not improve, he was then referred to Jakarta.

Some time ago, Alfin and his colleagues in the Indonesia U-16 national team were able to carve the achievement of qualifying for the 2020 Asian Cup finals in Bahrain. Considering he was one of the main players of the Milky Way coach, his death would certainly be a big loss for the world of Indonesian football.
Get to know Encephalitis

Health experts call encephalitis a condition that causes brain tissue to become inflamed, triggered by a viral infection. It's just that, in some cases, this can also be caused by bacterial and fungal infections.

The problem is encephalitis can cause very serious and deadly effects such as immune system disorders, convulsions, to death. Even so, it does not mean that sufferers can only surrender. In reality, quite a lot of people can survive this disease and return to normal life.

The healing process of this disease is very dependent on age, the type of virus that triggers inflammation, or its severity.
Symptoms of Encephalitis

Because this disease can trigger inflammation in the brain, the sufferer will certainly experience problems or dysfunction in this organ. For example, they may experience symptoms such as headaches, fever, or flu. In addition, if this condition is severe enough, it may cause thinking disorders or sensory system damage.

Symptoms of mild encephalitis usually include fever, headache, frequent nausea and vomiting, a stiff sensation in the neck, a body that continues to experience fatigue, to a sensation of pain in the muscles and joints. If this health problem is severe, the fever will take place at very high temperatures, causing confusion or even hallucinations, loss of consciousness, convulsions, more sensitive to light, difficulty speaking or hearing, to paralysis in some parts of the body.
Causes of Encephalitis

Encephalitis can be divided into two types, namely primary brain inflammation and secondary brain inflammation. Primary brain inflammation attacks one part of the brain and then spreads to other parts. The cause can be herpes simplex virus or Epstein-barr virus.

If the cause is the herpes virus, it might trigger brain damage that could have led to death. Some other types of viruses that can trigger this are HIV, cytomegalovirus, and arbovirus.

Meanwhile, secondary inflammation of the brain is usually triggered by the disruption of the immune system that is not functioning properly and instead attacks healthy cells in the brain. If we have a previous infection, including due to a wound that is not handled properly, then this can be the cause. In addition, this can also be caused by autoimmune problems or HIV.

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