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Nawaz Sharif’s health better than before: medical board

Nawaz Sharif’s health better than before: medical board
November 3, 2019
LAHORE (92 News) – Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s health is improving and better than before, said the medical board after examining the his physical condition on Sunday. The medical board formed for the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) supremo’s health care examined him today. The former premier has been admitted to the Services Hospital Lahore for 13 days. The board has decided not to conduct blood tests today. According to the medical board, Nawaz Sharif's platelets are intact and the condition is even better. Nawaz Sharif’s sugar reported 170 and he did not talk about to leave the hospital. Nawaz Sharif is also being given cardiovascular and diabetes medicine. Personal physician Dr Adnan is also on the board who is concerned about Nawaz Sharif's health. Some PML-N workers have also arrived at the Services Hospital for Nawaz Sharif. According to the hospital sources, Nawaz Sharif took a walk on his own for the first time and his heart medication has been started. Nawaz Sharif is also suffering from other issues including diabetes, high blood pressure and kidney disease. Dr Mehmood Ayaz, head of the medical board told that the erstwhile premier’s health condition is improving gradually. On the other hand, Nawaz Sharif’s personal physician Doctor Adnan tweeted that his health is still critical. The treating doctors tried to reduce the steroids dose being given to him but unfortunately resulted in drop in platelet count again which had come down to 38*10^3/uL yesterday, he stated. Doctor Adnan said the cause needs to be diagnosed and established without delay. Severe existent co-morbidities (IHD, ECVD, DM, HTN, CKD3) have added to the seriousness of the nature of critical illness, where a very delicate balance has to be maintained between coagulation and anti-coagulation to sustain fragile unstable health status, he concluded.