DOCTORS REFUSE TO DISCHARGE NAWAZ SHARIF FROM HOSPITAL DUE TO SERIOUS HEALTH RISK: SOURCES
LAHORE: Doctors refuse to discharge Nawaz Sharif from hospital due to serious health risk, sources told on Monday.
Nawaz, who was admitted to Lahore’s Services Hospital a week ago and under the supervision of the special medical board of the facility, had his platelet count reduced to 45, a day earlier. 000 was reduced to 25,000. General Chat Chat Lounge
According to the Special Medical Board, platelet count had declined after a minor heart attack due to a medication for his heart disease. However, doctors stopped giving her medication, which then increased her platelet count.
Doctors advised the PML-N leader to stay in the hospital until platelet count was normal. He added that he faces serious health concerns, which is why he is reluctant to take the risk of moving or removing them.
The big challenge
Doctors said that Nawaz could not be shifted to the hospital at present.
In addition, sources explained that treating the PML-N supremo became a major challenge for the medical board because of the steroids they were being put in to prevent their platelet count. In the case of blood pressure and diabetes, it worsened.
Doctors note that if he focuses on the heart and kidneys, platelet count of Nawaz falls but if he instead focuses on platelet count, then his heart and kidney problems increase. The results of his kidney test were not satisfactory, which is why the heart medication he was being given was stopped.
Full physical scan
He said doctors could not prescribe him for a heart condition when his platelet count was 25,000, adding that he was worried because of both his heart and platelet count. ۔
According to sources, doctors have also decided to do a full body scan, which they hope will reveal all the organs that have been affected.
On the other hand, Nawaz’s mother met him at the hospital to inquire about his nature. On a lighter note, the former prime minister also trimmed his facial hair with an electric shaver.
Nawaz submitted immunity application to IHC
The former prime minister also requested an exemption from attendance, citing his deterioration, and therefore could not appear before the Islamabad High Court (IHC) today before a medical-based interim bail hearing. Tuesday as part of his request to end his sentence.
On Saturday, the IHC accepted and approved the bail application of Nawaz in reference to Al-Azizia until Tuesday, which had two lakh rupees against two bonds but to provide a concrete response to the request from the federal and Punjab governments Was told
That same day, the former PM’s brother, PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif, approached the court for a preliminary hearing on the ex-PM’s sentence.