Doctors of the Omsk regional hospital noticed a positive trend in the condition of opposition leader Alexey Navalny.
“All analyses of biomaterials conducted in three different laboratories did not show any signs of poisoning. The blood and urine tests also did not find traces of the industrial chemical compound “2-ethylhexyl diphenyl phosphate”, whose particles were found on the hands, i.e. intoxication with this substance is also excluded,” he said.
The doctor also explained that German doctors assessed the patient’s condition and agreed that there was no urgent need to transport Navalny. In addition, air travel may present a risk of deterioration of the blogger’s condition. “However, against the background of some improvement in his condition, this risk is somewhat reduced,” Murakhovsky added.
Earlier, Anatoly Kalinichenko, the Deputy chief doctor of the city’s emergency hospital No. 1, said that Navalny’s condition had stabilized and He could be sent to Germany for treatment. According to him, after conducting electroencephalography, it turned out that the patient’s brain is in a stable condition.
Alexey Navalny became ill on the morning of August 20 during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow. The crew made an emergency landing in Omsk, where the victim was taken by ambulance to the Department of toxicomaniac. As a preliminary diagnosis doctors put “poisoning by unidentified psychodisleptics” (hallucinogen). The Kremlin assured that Navalny will be able to go abroad for treatment if the need arises.