José Guillermo Sued became a quadriplegic after an accident

the communicator Pamela Sued revealed that his father, veteran broadcaster Jose Guillermo Sued, stayed quadriplegic after the accident he suffered on January 3 on the terrace of his residence, in Jarabacoa.

Since the television producer also had the accident, his family had only reported that he suffered a spinal cord injury.

“The spinal cord injury has caused an incomplete tetraplegia. What is a tetraplegia? It is a paralysis in his extremities, that is, trunk, arms, hands, fingers, legs ”, explained pamela in a story he posted on Instagram.

The producer and host of the program “Pamela a whole Show”, He pointed out that during this time they have wanted to keep his father’s condition private. He said that José Guillermo is in therapy and “everything that needs to be done in this process is being done.”

He stated that the experience has not been easy at all because patients in the conditions in which his father finds himself need 24-hour nursing care, therapists daily, but also, being in bed, they are exposed to complications.

Child Diego

pamela made this revelation as a result of the child’s case Diegowho also suffered a fall and his family is requesting help to be able to afford the entire rehabilitation process.

After the accident, the child Diego suffered a C5 and C6 cervical injury, which has also left him a quadriplegic.

The family Diego set up an account in GoFundMe to be able to acquire the financial means to help them with the therapies.

“Let’s help Diego In this process, it is a difficult process, a slow process, it is an overwhelming, draining process, not only for those who are in bed, but for all the people who are around them”, he expressed. pamela.

What is tetraplegia?

Spinal cord injuries can be classified into five categories

Tetraplegia, also known as quadriplegia, is a spinal cord injury. It can cause the partial or complete loss of the limbs and the torso, at a sensory and motor level.

Spinal cord injuries can be classified into five categories:

Complete spinal cord injury: it is the most serious. The affected person has no sensory or motor skills below the level of injury. Incomplete spinal cord injury: some degree of sensation is maintained. Limited motor ability below the injury. Incomplete spinal cord injury: The patient has feeling and muscle control, even if the muscles are weak and nonfunctioning. Incomplete spinal cord injury: The patient has 75% of the muscles functional. Incomplete spinal cord injury: the patient has a minimal lesion where sensation and strength are at practically normal levels.