LAHORE (92 News) – Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is likely to shifted to Pakistan Kidney & Liver Institute (PKLI) on Thursday for the medical treatment.
According to the details, Nawaz Sharif would undergo various tests for the kidney and liver, including the entire body. The option of sending Nawaz Sharif abroad for medical treatment will come under the consideration after the test reports.
Nawaz Sharif’s platelets being treated at Services Hospital
have again started dropping, reducing to just 7,000 from 25,000. He is being administered medicines enhancing platelets. Nawaz Sharif has so far been administered five mega units of platelets.
Prof Ayaz Mahmood
said that the condition of Nawaz Sharif is well. Earlier, Nawaz Sharif’s health condition improved after the number of platelets increased to 30,000.
Nawaz Sharif’s condition is improving rapidly his health was stable after he was transfused fourth mega unit of platelets. It was reported that former premier’s platelets had not decreased owing to mosquito-borne diseases but of the medicines which makes blood thin. The doctors apprised the ousted prime minister that the drugs were very harmful for him.
A six-member doctors’ team have been deputed to provide him the best healthcare facilities round the clock.
Earlier in the day, Punjab ‘s Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid
had said that the former premier was being provided the best medical facilities at Services Hospital. She had visited Services Institutes of Medical Sciences where she was briefed about the latest condition of the former premier.
On the other hand, Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif
summoned a party's parliamentry advisory board meeting on the matter of Nawaz Sharif health issue.
Yasmin Rashid said that the government would not object to Nawaz Sharif’s treatment, if need be, abroad.
She said that she had not done politics on the disease of any person. “I am a doctor first and then politician. My sympathies are with Nawaz Sharif who has expressed satisfaction over the treatment facilities,” she said.