The doctors treating Alexei Navalni defended this Friday that the main diagnosis they are considering regarding what happened to the Russian opponent in a coma in a hospital in Omsk is that he may have one Suffered a ‘metabolic disorder’ after ruling it out Your situation is the result of poisoning.
“Today we have several diagnoses, the main one, to which we are most prone, is a carbohydrate imbalance, a metabolic disorder,” Alexander Murajovski, chief physician of the hospital where he was admitted, told the press. “This can be caused by a sharp drop in blood sugar on the plane that led to unconsciousness,” he added to the Sputnik news agency.
Earlier, the deputy chief physician of the BSMP-1 hospital in Omsk, Anatoly Kalinichenko, had announced that he had an “almost complete diagnosis” that practically excluded the poisoning hypothesis that had been caused by the environment of the enemy from the beginning.
“The diagnosis of poisoning is probably still in our subconscious, but we don’t believe the patient suffered from it,” he said. “The tests that have been carried out to date have shown neither the presence nor traces of toxins in the blood or urine,” said Kalinichenko.