October 7, 2022


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“Improvement” in Bolsanaro’s condition after being admitted to hospital

Brazilian President Jair Bolzano, who has been hospitalized since Wednesday in Sao Paulo due to intestinal obstruction, is in critical condition but his discharge date has not been determined and he is receiving treatment on Friday.

66-year-old president’s health “Continues to develop satisfactorily. The patient underwent a CT scan of the abdomen this afternoon, which showed improvement in the abdomen“, According to a medical bulletin published by Vila Nova Star Hospital.

The president responded well to the resumption of food. Without a deadline, he will continue to receive medical care“This time, he said.

Surgeon Antonio Macedo, chairman of the medical team responsible for Jair Bolsanaro’s case, told the daily O’Grobo the presidentIs growing well“He can go out”Soon, in a few days“.

Since being stabbed in September 2018, during the presidential election campaign, Bolzano has undergone six surgeries, including five on the digestive system.

Bolzano is being treated in intensive care

He was rushed to an Armed Forces Hospital in Brasilia from Tuesday to Wednesday due to severe abdominal pain and hiccups that lasted more than ten days.

The far-right leader was later placed in an intensive care unit and “Embedded as a precaution“One of his sons, Senator Flavio Bolzano, pointed out on the radio.

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After being diagnosed with intestinal obstruction, the Brazilian president was transferred to the private Vila Nova Star Hospital in Sao Paulo.

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The new hospital has been added amid political crisis and erosion of his reputation, as his government faces allegations of corruption in negotiations to deal with the Govt-19 epidemic that has already killed 540,000 people.

The Senate committee, which has been investigating the management of the health crisis by its government for nearly three months, has now been extended to 90 days.