The procedure was a cardiac catheterization performed at the Central Military Hospital, and according to the medical report, he is in ‘perfect health.’
(CDMX – TYT) – Andrés Manuel López Obrador underwent a cardiac catheterization this Friday at the Central Military Hospital, informed the Secretary of the Interior, Adán Augusto López.
Earlier, Jesús Ramírez Cuevas, spokesman for the Presidency, stated that the President went to these facilities for a “routine check-up.”
The Secretary of the Interior pointed out that “due to the background” of President López Obrador, he undergoes preventive studies every six months, including laboratory, electrocardiogram, stress test, and/or tomography.
“Due to the results of his last check-up, the medical team attending him considered it necessary to perform a cardiac catheterization,” he added.
In a statement, the official added that the specialists found that the President’s arteries and heart were “healthy and working properly.” Hence, it was not necessary to perform any additional procedure.
The secretary remarked that López Obrador is in “perfect health” and there is a possibility that he will resume his activities tomorrow, Saturday. The President reappeared this week in his ‘morning’ conferences after being infected with COVID-19 for the second time.
During his recovery, the President assured that he only had mild symptoms, such as a sore throat, and denied that he had been administered “special medications.”
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