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Forensic report on the death of British tourists in Hurghada by E. coli bacteria

Forensic report on the death of British tourists in Hurghada by E. coli bacteria

The report of the Department of Egyptian Forensic Medicine describes the cause of death. The report attributed the death of these British tourists, Mr. James Cooper, and Mrs. Susan Ellen Cooper, who were in a hotel in Hurghada in the Red Sea halfway last month. To stop the heart muscle and breathing, and this was the result of what was suffering from nausea and vomiting, as well as persistent diarrhea and then entered the impact into a state of complete exhaustion.

Although the laboratory analysis of these samples, taken from the body of Ghaltha victims, has shown that the tourist, "John James", is a positive part of these intestinal ischemic bacteria, which is called E. coli (E-COLI), Which affects the gut, and because of which the reason that led to the occurrence of diarrhea and the occurrence of vomiting resulted in an imbalance in the content of salts in the blood, which has contributed to increasing the severity of gastroenteritis and which has had a serious effect on the heart condition of a serious heart, is that it happened The narrow coronary arteries, the three of which resulted in a decrease in the cardiovascular heart supply and are associated with the effects of this infection, which eventually led to death.

A report on E. coli bacteria shows information about the most important of these is the following:

These bacteria live in the normal form of the intestines in healthy people and in animals.

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