Saturday, January 28, 2023

“marshal” inside and warrior outside

Even with the necessary care and strict control, teeny Elias Morales was able to cap off his stage in baby soccer by playing this national championship for Belgrano. The little boy, born in Victory but settled in San Francisco for the time being, has diabetes, something that hasn’t stopped him from doing the sport he loves so much.

Along with his parents Mariano and Verónica and his sister Leila, Elias had a great week, being an important part of the Barrio 9 de Septiembre team, which entered the defining instances. A great story that serves to raise awareness and show that you can live a normal life.

Mariano was the one who explained: “In 2021, on August 13, he broke down, we took him to the clinic where the pediatrician and the pediatrician on duty treated him, when he saw the results of the blood tests, his values were very high, so we had to make an immediate evacuation to Córdoba Capital, an institution that has children’s diabetes specialists. We left San Francisco at 2:30 in the morning, by ambulance immediately and he entered there with a critical condition. happened, he spent three days in intensive care in critical condition, that’s what the doctors told us. It was really a day-to-day look at what was happening to him. It was a test and a counter-test of insulin, you Had to test the body which was correct, until they discovered it on day 3. We stayed with him for 9 more days in the hospital with pumps, serum and insulin, until mutual gave us the corresponding coverage of supplies.

To which he said: “He got up early in the morning to go to school and started vomiting, as if he had an upset stomach. I took him to the pediatrician early in the morning, a blood test was done, thank God I am friends with the owner of a central lab and he prepared everything for us in 24 hours which helped us to figure out what is going on. Recommendations are to take care of food, consume some carbohydrates, from now on No sugar, the rest of life is normal. Sport is what helps her keep her blood sugar stable and use less insulin.

control

From outside, Elias is seen with a bandage on his arm, where he has the sensor they use to control the levels. “He is currently using an automatic pump, this is the last pump to enter Argentina. It is helpful for us as parents, otherwise we have to check his capillary blood glucose in his fingers every two Have to wake up in the mornings in the wee hours where he was prone to hypoglycemia, he didn’t realize it while asleep but knew it while awake, so at night we were able to control it with my wife taking turns “

While he highlighted: “It’s an autoimmune disease that’s what your body type is, we found out that upon detecting it two years ago, it’s where the pancreas stops working, which means that it It’s not whether someone has a diagnosis of whether or not he’s going to be diabetic. There are many people who have dissociations like his, which was severe, and others who have a mild one, but the condition is diagnosed. We all What I want to instill in people is that they have a routine medical study of glycosylated, what a specific study to be calm”.

Meanwhile, his mother, Veronica, spoke about the information that paramedics, coaches and people on the field have. “We had to first go with Dr. Vidal to give him the authority to be able to play and then inform the league of Elias’ condition. The paramedics already know him, they control him, they Asks how he is, are there any values? They must be respected and if they go upstairs, they can’t play, so they are constantly taking care of them. They have a sensor on their hand, which connects via Bluetooth to our Cell phones are connected and we have constant control from outside. It is an element that costs money, they broke it in the clash in the first game of this tournament, but we are constantly controlling the values.”

Thankfulness

Finally, Mariano said: “We want to thank the United Diabetics Association ADU of San Francisco, which is made up of many people who may not have been health professionals before, but with the family condition they have gained a lot of knowledge and we They are helping everyone, especially it’s great for us because we don’t have any relatives in the city, so this is to highlight the support they provide. We are from Reconquista, Santa Fe. We work Elias started playing baby soccer at age 4, completed his full phase by age 12, and is paying it off. This year he will go on to play at Proecto Cresor.

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Even with the necessary care and strict control, teeny Elias Morales was able to cap off his stage in baby soccer by playing this national championship for Belgrano. The little boy, born in Victory but settled in San Francisco for the time being, has diabetes, something that hasn’t stopped him from doing the sport he loves so much.

Along with his parents Mariano and Verónica and his sister Leila, Elias had a great week, being an important part of the Barrio 9 de Septiembre team, which entered the defining instances. A great story that serves to raise awareness and show that you can live a normal life.

Mariano was the one who explained: “In 2021, on August 13, he broke down, we took him to the clinic where the pediatrician and the pediatrician on duty treated him, when he saw the results of the blood tests, his values were very high, so we had to make an immediate evacuation to Córdoba Capital, an institution that has children’s diabetes specialists. We left San Francisco at 2:30 in the morning, by ambulance immediately and he entered there with a critical condition. happened, he spent three days in intensive care in critical condition, that’s what the doctors told us. It was really a day-to-day look at what was happening to him. It was a test and a counter-test of insulin, you Had to test the body which was correct, until they discovered it on day 3. We stayed with him for 9 more days in the hospital with pumps, serum and insulin, until mutual gave us the corresponding coverage of supplies.

To which he said: “He got up early in the morning to go to school and started vomiting, as if he had an upset stomach. I took him to the pediatrician early in the morning, a blood test was done, thank God I am friends with the owner of a central lab and he prepared everything for us in 24 hours which helped us to figure out what is going on. Recommendations are to take care of food, consume some carbohydrates, from now on No sugar, the rest of life is normal. Sport is what helps her keep her blood sugar stable and use less insulin.

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control

From outside, Elias is seen with a bandage on his arm, where he has the sensor they use to control the levels. “He is currently using an automatic pump, this is the last pump to enter Argentina. It is helpful for us as parents, otherwise we have to check his capillary blood glucose in his fingers every two Have to wake up in the mornings in the wee hours where he was prone to hypoglycemia, he didn’t realize it while asleep but knew it while awake, so at night we were able to control it with my wife taking turns “

While he highlighted: “It’s an autoimmune disease that’s what your body type is, we found out that upon detecting it two years ago, it’s where the pancreas stops working, which means that it It’s not whether someone has a diagnosis of whether or not he’s going to be diabetic. There are many people who have dissociations like his, which was severe, and others who have a mild one, but the condition is diagnosed. We all What I want to instill in people is that they have a routine medical study of glycosylated, what a specific study to be calm”.

Meanwhile, his mother, Veronica, spoke about the information that paramedics, coaches and people on the field have. “We had to first go with Dr. Vidal to give him the authorization to be able to play and then inform the league of Elias’ condition. The paramedics already know him, they control him, they ask him How is he, are there any values? They must be respected and if they go up, they can’t play, so they are constantly taking care of them. They have a sensor in their hand, which is connected to our cell phone by bluetooth. And we have constant control from outside. It is an element that costs money, they broke it in the clash in the first game of this tournament, but we are constantly controlling the values.”

Thankfulness

In conclusion, Mariano said: “We want to thank the ADU, the United Diabetics Association of San Francisco, which is made up of many people who may not have been health professionals before, but with a family situation they have gained a lot of knowledge and we They are helping everyone, especially it’s great for us because we don’t have any relatives in the city, so this is to highlight the support they provide. We are from Reconquista, Santa Fe. We work Elias started playing baby soccer at the age of 4, completed his full phase by the age of 12 and is taking it off.This year he will go on to play at Proecto Cresor.

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