date of publication:
05 Jul 2022 1:01 GMT
Update date: 05 Jul 2022 3:05 GMT
The Egyptian actress, Nihal Anbar, a member of the Representative Professions Syndicate Council and responsible for the union’s health file, revealed the details of the health condition of the artist Hamdi Al-Wazir, after undergoing a delicate surgery.
Source: Ahmed Bayoumi – Erm News
Egyptian actress Nihal Anbar, a member of the Syndicate of Representatives Council and responsible for the union’s health file, revealed the details of Hamdi Al-Wazir’s health condition after a delicate heart surgery on Monday evening, noting that the doctors did not install stents for him.
May Al-Wazir, the daughter of the artist Hamdi Al-Wazir, had revealed a few days ago that her father was suffering from a severe health problem, as a result of which he will undergo heart surgery.
Nihal Anbar said during a telephone interview on the “A Last Word” program presented by the media, Lamees Al-Hadidi: “Praise be to God, the artist Hamdi Al-Wazir came out of the operations, and the doctors assured us of the success of the operation to a large extent, without the help of supports, and decided to perform the surgery to end the heart attack from its roots because the heart surgery Better than stents.”
She added, “Frankly, the armed forces and the General Authority for Unified Procurement of the Armed Forces took a very noble position, after they learned that the stents for the aorta of the artist Hamdi Al-Wazir were not available, and they sent them to Dr. Khaled Montaser, the direct doctor of the case, and the stents were present before the start of the operation, but the doctors did not They needed it and preferred to have the surgery.”
The journalist and writer Mai Hamdi Al-Wazir had stated on Monday that the General Authority for Unified Procurement of the Egyptian Armed Forces intervened and created the stents for the aorta necessary to treat her father, the Egyptian artist Hamdi Al-Wazir.
May Al-Wazir said in statements to “Erm News”: “We were preparing for a surgery for my father, which was scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m. today, Monday. I was surprised by a call from Dr. Khaled Montaser telling me that the General Authority for Unified Procurement of the Armed Forces intervened and created the required stents.”
Hamdi al-Wazir’s daughter added: “We became confused between performing surgery or installing stents; Because it is assumed that each of them is an alternative to the other, and time has become tight, especially since the aorta has expanded greatly, so we decided to enter surgery and then the doctors see what is most appropriate for his condition and do it.”
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