The San Isidro's Prosecutor has asserted Diego Armando Maradona didn't get the correct treatment: 'He did not take any medication for his heart disease.'
passed on from heart failure at the age of 60 on November 25.
While legal counselors are attempting to sort out who has the option to inherit his shrouded treasures, an examination is progressing to comprehend whether physicians who treated Maradona have any fault in his passing.
The initial findings of the examinations have been made public today, reports La Repubblica.
"No one took care of the patient, we are in the presence of guilty behaviour of doctors in a case of serious neglect,” The San Isidro’s Prosecutor claimed.
"The patient was not monitored, was not under continuous medical supervision as his condition would have required. He did not take any medication for his heart disease.
"Without any doubt, his doctor was Dr. Leopoldo Luque. He coordinated such a deficient home care which was totally unorganized. The patient confided in him blindly.”
Luque is portrayed as a “
guy who doted on the champion and wanted to go down in history as the doctor who saved Maradona
As per La Repubblica, agents assume Luque was a member of Maradona's surgical team that operated on the Argentinian legend's brain 20 days ago but he wasn't the first surgeon.
Maradona was characterized as a 'difficult patient' yet the Prosecutor demands he "
had to be treated according to practice, even against his will
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