Bahian Jeane Passos was 34 years old and spoke about beauty, fashion and home to more than 44 thousand followers
The fashion influencer Jeane Passos He died at the age of 34, after being hospitalized due to complications from sickle cell anemia. According to the newspaper Mailthe information was confirmed by the influencer team this Thursday, 16.
Yesterday, Jeane’s Instagram profile was used for a statement explaining that Jeane was unable to use her cell phone and requests for prayers.
“I come through this note, out of respect for my followers and partners, to inform you that Jeane is hospitalized due to complications from sickle cell anemia. At this moment, she is unable to access her cell phone. I ask for prayers for her, so that God may restore her life”, the note said.
The influencer became known for sharing her hair transition with her followers, and specialized in fashion and beauty content.
The wake and burial of the influencer took place at the Bosque da Paz Cemetery this Thursday, 16th. Terra contacted the influencer’s team, but has not yet heard back.
Sickle Cell Disease
According to the Ministry of Health, Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is a genetic and hereditary disease characterized by a mutation in the gene that produces hemoglobin (HbA), giving rise to a mutant hemoglobin called S (HbS), which is recessively inherited.
In people with SCD, the red blood cells (red blood cells), which under appropriate conditions are round, take on the shape of a “half moon” or “sickle” (hence the name “sickle cell disease”). This shape change occurs in situations of physical exertion, stress, cold, trauma, dehydration, infections, among others. In this format, red blood cells do not oxygenate the body satisfactorily, because they have difficulty passing through the blood vessels, causing poor circulation throughout almost the entire body.
The clinical manifestations of sickle cell disease can thus affect almost all organs and systems, occurring from the first year onwards and lasting throughout life. The main ones include: pain attacks, jaundice, anemia, infections, hand-foot syndrome, splenic sequestration crisis, stroke, priaprism, acute chest syndrome, aplastic crisis, ulcerations, osteonecrosis, renal and ocular complications, among others, including late complications related to iron overload secondary to transfusions.
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