Christine Dacera’s Cause of Death Discussed by Health Columnist

Health Columnist Tackles Christine Dacera’s Cause of Death As Determined by PNP Report

CHRISTINE DACERA’S CAUSE OF DEATH – The determined reason of flight attendant Christine Angelica Dacera’s death was discussed by a health columnist.

The death of Christine Angelica Dacera, a 23-year-old flight attendant of the Philippine Airlines (PAL), has taken social media by storm and hooked national attention.

The first autopsy on Dacera determined ruptured aortic aneurysm as the cause of her death. However, the family is not convinced by it citing the bruises on the body of the flight attendant.

Recently, the Philippine National Police (PNP) released its medico-legal report on the Dacera case. In the report, the Christine Dacera’s cause of death remains to be ruptured aortic aneurysm.

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Christine Dacera Cause of Death

A health columnist, George Nava True II, discussed Christine Dacera’s cause of death as determined by the PNP. Based on an article on Panay News, it is responsible over the deaths of 175,000 people worldwide.

True also stressed that “many others are in danger of being the next victim”. Based on the article, the aorta is both the main and the biggest artery in the body which is about 2 centimeters wide and brings blood from the heart to the rest of the body.

If the aorta has a swelling, it is called abdominal aortic aneurysm or AAA and, citing Scotland’s National Health Service (NHS), it may burst when the wall of the artery weakens.

A ruptured AAA may lead to massive bleeding and NHS stated that 8 out of 10 people with ruptured AAA don’t survive. This condition is common among elderly people but there are records of young ones who had AAA.

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