A report has revealed recently that Aimee Copeland, 24, who has spent almost two months getting treatment for her infection caused by a flesh-eating bacterium, is now not much far from her return to home from hospital.
It is being said that although she has recovered from her condition, she would be released following her shift to a rehab centre, not disclosed, on Monday. The girl would need to spend several weeks there so as to learn back to move and lead a normal life.
Aimee had fallen from a homemade zip line all of a sudden over a west Georgia River nearly two months back. Along with a small deep cut in her knee, necrotizing fasciitis entered in her wound, causing her to be hospitalized in Doctors Hospital in Augusta.
The spread of the bacterium in varied body parts of the girl caused her to undergo few surgeries that included amputation of her left along with both hands and her right foot.
However, the graduate from University of West Georgia has remained in contact with her friends and relatives since her admission in the hospital ward. She is extremely excited to see her outside world and enjoy home comfort, the report finds.
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