A walk along the beach ended for a woman in tragedy

The tragic accident claimed the life of an American Lynn Fleming reported by The girl slipped while walking in shallow water, and when she came out of the water she saw a small cut and a bump, which she did not attach much importance to.
A few days later, the wound not only did not heal, but continued to bleed. The girl decided to consult a doctor, she was prescribed an antibiotic and was given a tetanus vaccine.
The next day, the girl was found unconscious and taken to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis. This disease is caused by bacteria that feed on flesh. Doctors performed several operations trying to save an infected leg, but the girl died from sepsis and two strokes.
Necrotizing fasciitis is caused by some bacteria that feed on flesh. From 500 to 1500 cases of infection are registered in the USA every year.
People with open wounds are advised to avoid open ponds and even whirlpools and pools. If, after bathing, you find yourself on small scratches, they should be immediately washed, treated with peroxide and bandaged.

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