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The hunger-striking Kremlbeg has been treated medically according to his team outside the penalty camp. Nawalny's personal female doctor Wassiljewa addressed a haunting appeal to her patient.
The Alexej Nawalny detained in a Russian starration since the end of March refused food intake since the end of March. Most recently, there were always reports that hishas worsened massively. According to his supporter team, he was now brought to a hospital outside the prison camp. It was investigated in the city of Vladimir east of Moscow, wrote the Nawalny-trusted Leonid Wolkov at Twitter.
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independent doctors to which Nawalny's personal physician Anastasia Wassileva and the cardiologist Jaroslav Aschichmin appealed afterwards in a letter published in the government-critical medium "Mediasona" to the 44-year-old, he should end his hunger strike immediately. If he continues to refuse food intake, he threatened "significant" health damage or even death, warned the five signatories of the letter. The doctors warned, among other things, from a potential kidney failure, severe neurological damage and a severe hyponatremia - a form of electrolyte disorder - at Nawalny.
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"If the hunger strike also lasts shortest time, unfortunately we will not have anyone who we can heal," they memorized. The doctors appealed to the authorities to give them access to their patient and embarrassed Nawalny to a hospital in Moscow to ensure independent medical care.
The physicians have evaluated according to their own information the examination results from the clinic in Vladimir. The investigations have already been carried out on Tuesday.
Nawalny last complained of back diseased, paralyzing phenomena in the limbs, fever and cough. He had established his hunger strike that the administration of the penalty bearing to him a reasonable medical care.Council of Europe Card for immediate release Nawalnys
The European Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly requested the immediate release of the Kremlbems. Until the time ago, he should receive the necessary medical care and a doctor of his election, it says in a resolution passed on Thursday. So far, Nawalny obviously no reasonable medical care can never be raised, to raise questions regarding its right to protection against inhuman and degrading treatment. A team from the Council of Europe should look at Nawalny's detention conditions.
Only on Wednesdayhad demanded access by independent physicians to Nawalny at nationwide protests in Russia.
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