Monza Doctor Davide Cordero – photo from facebook
A new mourning in the Brianza health sector for the consequences of coronavirus positivity. Anesthesiologist Davide Cordero died at work at the Policlinico di Monza. Torinese, had contributed to founding the 118 system in the capital of Piedmont. He then moved to Brianza to work at the Policlinico in via Amati, the structure involved in the emergency. In April he fell ill: he did not defeat Covid, and died at 63 on Tuesday. He was also the founder of the Rainbow4Africa humanitarian project.
He was moved by the words that the medical director of the Policlinico Alfredo Lamastra wrote to greet him.
«When his colleagues told him that they had to intubate him, Davide looked around observing for the last time that Intensive Care where he had spent many years of work, then with shiny eyes closing and opening the palms of the hands outstretched towards them he greeted saying “thank you all”, while Propofol in the mood let him go towards a sleep from which he would never wake up. The Polyclinic of Monza paid its contribution of victims to COVID-19 which grabbed and took away a respectable person, an excellent professional, an uncommon man ».
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