Dog-at­tack coun­cil­lor un­der­goes sec­ond op­er­a­tion

Costa Levante News - - NEWS -

Va­len­cia Coun­cil­lor and PSOE party spokesper­son San­dra Gómez needed a sec­ond pro­ce­dure on her right hand to clean the necrotic tis­sue that had ac­cu­mu­lated fol­low­ing the re­con­struc­tive surgery she ini­tially re­quired. The Golden Re­triever of Gómez was be­ing at­tacked by two Amer­i­can Stafford­shires two weeks ago. She in­ter­vened, try­ing to help her pet, but she ended up be­ing bit­ten by the ag­gres­sors in­stead. Her wounds re­quired surgery, which she un­der­went once the in­flam­ma­tory process had died down. How­ever, as oc­curs in some cases, the blood flow to her lit­tle fin­ger was com­pro­mised, and some tis­sue be­tween the ring and lit­tle fingers be­came necrotic. Late last week she un­der­went a clean-up pro­ce­dure and was able to go home that same af­ter­noon, where she fi­nally made a com­plete re­cov­ery.

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