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Doctors say Navalny was not poisoned, had metabolic disorders

Source : 112 Ukraine

Resuscitators are trying to bring Navalny out of coma
16:44, 21 August 2020

RIA news

Russian doctors believe that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was not poisoned. Head physician of Omsk hospital Alexander Murakhovsky claims that his metabolism is impaired, NGS55.RU reports.

The doctor claims that Navalny could have fainted due to a sharp drop in blood sugar.

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"The diagnosis, to which we are now most inclined, is the violation of the carbohydrate balance, that is, metabolic disorders. This may be caused by a sharp drop in blood sugar, which in turn caused the loss of consciousness," the head physician stated.

Resuscitators are doing everything possible to get Navalny out of his coma.

As we reported earlier, Police have confirmed that deadly poison was found in the body of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. While law enforcement officers do not know what kind of substance they poisoned Navalny.

The police found the substance with which the oppositionist was poisoned and sent him for examination.

Navalny's wife believes that doctors do not allow transporting Alexei to Germany on purpose, until the poison in his body disappears.

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