Doctors have recommended moving Nawaz Sharif to the US. UU. To receive treatment: PML-N
LAHORE (PAKISTAN): The Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League opposition party (PML-N) said on Monday that doctors treating Nawaz Sharif I have informed that the former sick prime minister should be transferred from London to the United States for additional medical treatment.
PML-N spokesman, Marriyum Aurangzeb, said he would move it from London to the US. UU. It will be a challenge for the medical team considering their current state of health.
He also said that the former prime minister's medical reports revealed that there was an 88 percent blockage in the arteries that circulated blood to his brain, The Express Tribune reported.
Doctors have advised him to consult an expert in the United States. However, transporting it there represents a huge challenge for the medical team, Aurangzeb said.
The party spokesman stressed that Sharif will soon undergo a biopsy in light of his last positron emission tomography (PET) and said the platelet count of the sick leader shows no improvement.
There has been no improvement in your platelet count despite high doses of steroids, which were also causing your blood sugar levels to rise, he said, adding that the reason for the decrease in platelet count is not yet known. has determined.
Sharif, a former Pakistani Prime Minister three times, is currently receiving treatment at the Harvey Clinic in London.
He arrived in the UK in an air ambulance accompanied by his younger brother and the president of PML-N Shehbaz Sharif and personal doctor Dr. Adnan Malik on November 20. This happened days after the Lahore High Court ordered the federal government to remove its name on (ECL) for four weeks.
On October 27, the high court in Islamabad had granted an eight-week bail for medical reasons to Sharif, who is serving a seven-year prison sentence in him.
However, the former 69-year-old leader rejected the condition of the ruling government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to present a compensation bond as a guarantee to return to Pakistan after his treatment.