Jovit Baldivino Cause of Death: Many people are mourning the devastating loss of singer Jovit Baldivino, who died suddenly at the age of 29, along with the rest of the entertainment business. Jovit’s family stated in a statement that the singer remained unconscious for five days after a CT scan revealed a blood clot in his brain, a sign of an aneurysm, through the singer’s former Star Magic manager, Jerry Alan.
The “Pilipinas Got Talent” champion was recovering for a week with hypertension medications, and it was advised that he refrain from singing in the interim, according to his parents Hilario and Cristeta, and his fiancée Camille Ann Miguel. The family’s statement said, “Knowing Bundoy (Jovit), he gave in to [the] clamor of the crowd.”
A family friend invited the singer to a gathering in Batangas City. Jovit performed three of his signature songs, but by the third, he was having trouble breathing. His father told ABS-CBN that Jovit passed away in the hospital as a result of complications from a stroke.
At today’s DOH Media Forum, Department of Health (DOH) Officer-In-Charge Dr. Rosario Vergeire discussed aneurysms. She also explained why the disease is frequently underreported. First, an aneurysm is a condition in which the arteries of a body part become weak.
Arteries are the Canadian ng dugo play in the artery that runs through the middle of an individual’s heart. Aneurysms can occur anywhere; they’re not just limited to the brain; they can also occur in the abdomen, the legs, or the puso itself. As a result, when they do, the affected body part usually experiences more
Such incidents, she continued, may result in underreporting. Most of these aneurysms go unreported or undocumented because, by the time a patient arrives at the hospital, it’s usually too late for a scan to determine whether the condition was truly aneurysmal; instead, it’s typically reported as a cerebrovascular incident, which is one of the leading causes of stroke in the patient’s particular region. As a result, the patient may experience a stroke parang lumalabas.
According to Dr. Vergeire, lightheadedness and sudden, acute pain in the head, chest, or belly are the most typical aneurysm symptoms. An aneurysm is “a bulge in a blood artery produced by a weakening in the blood vessel wall, generally where it branches,” according to the National Health Service (NHS) of the United Kingdom.
When blood flows through the damaged blood vessel, the pressure from the blood causes a small area to expand outwards. These can occur in any blood vessel in the body, but the brain (cerebral) and heart experience them most commonly (thoracic or abdominal aortic).
Larger aneurysms result in larger bulges, which increase the danger that they will burst, causing uncontrolled bleeding and possibly fatalities.
breakdown of a brain aneurysm
Brain aneurysms are often referred to by the medical terminology intracranial or cerebral aneurysms. Sudden headaches, sometimes known as “thunderclap headaches,” nausea, stiff neck, and pain when looking at a light source are signs of a burst brain aneurysm.
Smoking, high blood pressure, and a family history of aneurysms are additional risk factors for brain aneurysms, according to the NHS. According to Dr. Vergeire, there are risk factors that can be managed and avoided for aneurysms. As was already said, genetics can have an impact on a person’s propensity to develop the condition.
‘Yung mga born na may Ehler-Danlos syndrome and other hereditary illnesses which cause weakening of the body’s vessels, but there are also factors that we can control like hypertension which leads to the aneurysm. Smokers are also at risk. Post-menopausal women are more prone to this kind of aneurysm. However, some factors are inherent in the person.
According to the DOH official, primary care management should be taken into account for aspects that they can influence. People should often check themselves, especially if they smoke or otherwise lead an unhealthy lifestyle that puts them at risk for hypertension.
A further acquired risk factor linked to the development of aneurysms is alcohol usage, particularly binge drinking or excessive drinking, according to the Columbia University Department of Neurology in New York. Aneurysms can form at any age, but they tend to occur more frequently in women and adults over the age of 40.
Experts are still discussing whether the frequency of aneurysms occurs in one out of every 20 people or one in every 100 people. Aneurysms should be treated specifically depending on a doctor’s assessment of the patient’s age, general health, medical history, disease severity (including the location, size, and growth rate of the aneurysm), and signs and symptoms.