‘Control room’ arranges for PM Oli after discharge to avoid fear of infection

14 March 2020, Kathmandu

In order to avoid  infection,  a ‘control room’ has been arranged for Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli  at his residence in Baluwatar.

Prof Dr Uttam Kumar Sharma, Chief of surgery team involved in PM’s kidney transplant shared the information following the PM’s discharge from TU Teaching Hospital on Friday evening. Dr Sharma further said currently PM had no infection.

He was discharged after full restoration of health. Following the kidney transplant on March 4, PM Oli was receiving treatment at ICU in TU Teaching Hospital. “He has stitches and drainage pipes on his body.

Drainage pipe and stitches will be removed in some days after observing the condition of wound,” Dr Sharma added. He however said there is a fear of infection. So the PM will be kept under close observation of doctors at his residence in Baluwatar.

According to Dr Sharma, three months’ rest is compulsory. He is not allowed to hold face to face interaction. “As it is difficult to walk after major surgery, PM Oli was assisted in walking,” the doctor made it clear.

PM’s body is weak, so he would not attend any public program. Regular health checkup is in schedule.

PM Oli expressed gratitude to the well wishers, sisters and brothers who extended best wishes for his health after reaching his residence in Baluwatar from the hospital on Friday evening.

“After 12 days’ stay in hospital with kidney transplant, I returned to my residence today,” PM Oli mentioned in a tweet, adding that he was indebted to the doctors involved in kidney transplant.

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