ISLAMABAD: Former president and Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari’s health condition has not improved, according to latest reports on Thursday.
Sources said that Zardari’s blood pressure and blood sugar level could not improve.
The medical board of Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) has asked the former president to take complete rest, while the doctors have increased the dose of insulin of the PPP co-chairman. Zardari will also undergo more medical examinations.
The former president has been suffering through severe physical weakness, and had been diagnosed with abnormal swelling of glands in his bladder.
Furthermore, he had been undergoing physical therapy to reduce the spinal cord pain. The hospital administration had formulated a four-member medical board for his treatment.
Later, Zardari’s sibling and provincial health minister Dr Azra told the media that the former president’s platelet count was increasing but he suffered severe pain in his spinal cord.