London based Researcher Robert Beale, who has been assisting Apollo doctors and AIIMS team on Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s treatment, has finally opened his mouth regarding her health condition.
Jayalalithaa suffered severe cardiac arrest yesterday evening and was immediately shifted to CCU and been under continuous observation. The Apollo hospitals released a press note saying, “She has suffered a cardiac arrest and was monitored by a team of Doctors.”
Today at 1Pm, the hospitals released a press statement saying, “The Honourable Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu who suffered a cardiac arrest yesterday evening, continues to be very critical and is on ECMO and other life support systems. The Honourable Chief Minister is being treated and closely monitored by a team of Experts.”
Now, London specialist Robert Beale has released an official statement saying her situation is extremely grave. “I can confirm that everything possible is being done to give her the best chance of surviving this shocking event. She is being cared for by a highly expert multidisciplinary team, and is now on extracorporal life support.”
Here’s the press statement from Robert Beale
Robert Beale also added that she has been put on the most advanced life support systems available. His statement is worrying us, because he mentioned that she is “grave critically”. He even added that the situation is out of control, and they have done everything that they can do.
In earlier meeting held at the Apollo Hospitals attended by all Ministers of State, MLAs and top government official pledged to support Chief Supremo and Jayalalithaa’s most trusted and loyal aide O. Panneerselvam.
It seems the situation is out of control, and lot of confusions at the top level officials. Every department has called for a top level meeting on how to control the situation if something goes wrong. Police forces have been deployed in and outskirts of Chennai and across the state as well.
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