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Sport Argentina: Diego Maradona was "abandoned to his fate" before a slow agony, according to a medical report

12:15  01 may  2021
12:15  01 may  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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the expert report published on Friday, the health care team surrounding the Argentine legend before his death, November 25, 2020

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expected by all a country , the expert report on the death of Diego Maradona On November 25, 2020, was published this Friday. And it is extremely severe towards the caregiver who surrounded the Argentine Football Legend at the end of his life, completed alone at 60, in his Tigre residence, north of Buenos Aires.

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In a 70-page document, the medical commission responsible for investigating the demand for justice on the last hours of PIBE DEL ORO, determined that Maradona, victim of a heart problem, "began to die at least 12 Hours before "to be found for life and endured a" prolonged period ".

"signs of death danger" "ignored"

"The treating medical team has fully and completely envisaged the possibility of the fatal outcome of the patient, but has remained absolutely indifferent to this question, and has not changed his Behavior and its medical approach, "accuses the same source, that the 1986 world champion was" abandoned to his fate ". The report still indicates that "the death signs of death he presented were ignored" and that nursing are "tainted with deficiencies and irregularities".

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The declarations of two of the five daughters of the former captain of the Argentine, Gianinna (31 years old) and Jana (24 years), who pointed the Neurosurgeon Leopoldo louque as responsible for the deterioration of the state of health. Their father, triggered the judicial procedure, at the origin of the investigation.

The medical commission of 20 experts, including the legalistic doctors who have practiced the autopsy and specialists of various medical disciplines, concludes that the former world champion "would have had better chances of survival" if he had been hospitalized in A suitable and versatile care center. "Given the clinical, clinico-psychiatric and bad general condition, it should have pursued its rehabilitation and interdisciplinary treatment in an appropriate institution," the document insists.

Altered Mental Faculties

The experts indicated that Diego Maradona "was not in full use of his mental faculties, nor able to make decisions about his health" after his operation for a hematoma at the head in early November. According to his personal doctor, Leopoldo Luque, the former player of Boca Juniors, Barcelona and Naples had insisted on leaving the hospital environment and refused to be driven to another center of care.

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seven people were indicted by the Prosecutor of the Republic of San Isidro, in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, in charge of the investigation: the neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque, the psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov, a psychologist, two nurses (a man And a woman) who were at the bedside of Diego Maradona, as well as the supervisor of these nurses and a doctor coordinator of home hospitalization. In Argentina, sentences for negligent abandonment or homicide range from five to fifteen years in prison.

A separate court proceeding is also underway concerning the legacy of the player disputed between his five children, his brothers and his last legal representative, Matias Morla.

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