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What Caused Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli's Death

President John Pombe suffered from irregular, often rapid heart rate that commonly causes poor blood flow or what is referred to as atrial fibrillation. By having this condition, organs perfusion goes down and body muscles becomes weak.

The heart runs very fast and at some points it pumps empty cycles. This cause the body organs to lack oxygen and start becoming ischaemic or low of concentration less than minimum. This cause low energy production by the body and leads to hypothermia. One may die few hours of hypoglycemic state.

He died in a sorrow period. John Pombe's death has left Tanzania in morning and in desperate situation. His death have been announced of Atrial fibrillation. This condition can also involve other organs such as Kidneys, Liver, and the Lungs. Death can occur in multiorgan failure or sepsis in case there was rheumatic heart disease or he had prosthetic valves.

Arteries that carry blood in this process becomes weak and starts becoming stenotic which the collapse. Death occurs due to ischaemia.

If this complicates, lungs failure occurs and oxygen fails to reach and perfuse organs well. Clotting is impaired and blood stops to flow which later cause a compromised circulation deficit and causes death.

Early signs include malise, dyspnoea, anorexia and conversions and derilium. If not we'll managed respiratory oedema develops and breathing completes which leads to death.

This article was reviewed Dr. Paul Chege phd Kenya school of medicine.

Content created and supplied by: PaulSherman (via Opera News )

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