Judith Hunt fractured a hip, underwent surgery, caught Kovid-19. This 80 year old woman made everyone laugh


In early July she left Mount Sinai Morningside Hospital in Manhattan – after fighting aneurysm, sepsis, stomach and heart surgery and Kovid-19, she and her doctors told CNN.

“It was strange in a way,” Hunt said of the experience. “It was like every time I wandered in, something new came up. So I started laughing at it. Because it was like, when do we get leprosy? When do frogs rain?”

Hunter tested positive for coronovirus in March, the director of aortic surgery for the hospital, Dr. According to Gabriel Dialujo. At one point, Hunt was intruded and placed on a respirator. Dr. DiLuozzo said that she was also initially given a dose of hydroschloroquine, which worsened her heart condition and caused her heart attack.

After “tremendous collaboration” between several teams of physicians, physiotherapists and other health care workers, Hunt was able to walk out of the hospital on his own. However, Drs. DiLuozzo attributes her “remarkable recovery” to at least her soul and attitude towards life.

“I spoke with the nurses,” Dr. DiLuozzo said. “I said that if there is a way I can extract her genes, I will somehow try to put them in my bloodstream, because this woman is indestructible.”

Hunt said he realizes that his chances were not good. He decided to accept his possible death with his indomitable condolences.

“Hell, at one point I died for two minutes,” Hunt said. “And did I get white light? No. It’s like taking out your tonsils, and no ice cream or jello.”

They have been married for 46 years and have just got together Kovid-19, Cancer and Chemo.

Hunt can talk about the “brilliant” doctors, nurses, aides and room sweepers who took care of him.

“He gave me such hope for mankind that people like him existed,” Hunt said.

Dr. Malcolm Reid, rehabilitation chair at Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West, oversees his physical health.

Dr. “Many patients may not have had the mental fortune to stay the course,” Reid said. “Just being in the hospital that there has been a long exodus.”

This August, Hunt and two friends will rent a room in East Hampton, Long Island.

“I don’t know what’s next,” Hunt said. “I know what’s next.”

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