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PM Oli transferred to ICU, donor Sangraula to post-operative ward

PM Oli’s health condition is static: TUTH

04 March 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Oli, who underwent successful kidney transplantation for the second time on Wednesday, has been transferred to the ICU at the Maharajgunj-based Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital.

A team of doctors led by Dr Prem Raj Gyawali, a consultant urologist and kidney transplant surgeon at the hospital, successfully performed a second kidney transplant on Prime Minister K P Oli on Wednesday.

PM Oli urinated around 500ml after 15 minutes of the completion of the surgery, Dr Gyawali told Khabarhub.

Two other doctors, including Dr Ananta Kumar, a senior transplant surgeon at Apollo Hospital in New Delhi, who performed a transplant on Oli in 2007, were also in the team.

Samiksha Sangraula of Jhapa had donated one of her kidneys to PM Oli. She is also transferred to Post Operation Ward.

Meanwhile, the TUTH issued a press statement saying that PM Oli’s health condition is static now and that the transplanted kidney has begun to function.

PM Oli was admitted to the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) in Kathmandu on Monday evening for his second kidney transplant procedure.

Publish Date : 04 March 2020 16:53 PM

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