New Delhi – Due to cardiac complications of former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, he is in ‘critical condition’ and he should be admitted to the hospital without any delay. His doctor gave this information on Wednesday. Sharif, who was imprisoned for seven years in Lahore, was taken to the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) from Lahore, from the Kot Lakhpat Jail, with a strong security, after having heart problems. However, after the investigation, he was sent back from the hospital to jail.
Doctors of the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) had told that Sharif’s condition is not very serious. But at the same time he had suggested that they need urgent and regular treatment to avoid serious cardiovascular problems. On the other hand, Sharif’s cardiologist, Adnan Khan, says that his condition is “extremely serious” and he should be admitted to the hospital without any delay.
Khan said, “Nawaz Sharif’s treatment in prison is not possible because he has cardiac complications. They should be admitted to the hospital immediately so that their proper care can be taken. “He said,” Even a special medical board investigating Sharif has suggested that he should be admitted to the hospital for treatment. But the government did not consider their suggestion. ”
According to media reports, 56 percent of ‘Post Stress LV pump / contract’ in Sharif’s stress thallium test has come, which is almost normal. This investigation shows how well the flow of blood in a person’s heart is happening. At the same time, the lower part of the left ventricle of their heart is damaged. Sharif’s daughter Mary tweeted expressing her concern over the condition of her father, “What is happening with my father is that I have the only media to know this.”
Brother Shahbaz Sharif has appealed to the government to provide best health services to Nawaz Sharif, who has been the Prime Minister three times. It is worth mentioning that a special medical board examining Sharif had said last week that he is not completely healthy and needs to be examined before saying anything about the treatment