“No one is in critical condition” - Chief Physician of Feofania spoke about state of liberated Ukrainians
Eight Ukrainians released from Russian captivity were placed in the Feofania medical facility, but none of them requires resuscitation measures.
Chief Physician of the clinic Igor Semeniv told about their state at a briefing.
“Eight people who arrived on Saturday are here, as well as eight relatives,” he said.
Semeniv went on saying that he could not name the diagnoses, however mentioned, that one of those released – Stanislav Klykh – was transferred to the special unit. The doctor noted that in “Feofaniya” they could not provide him with such assistance in the field.
Roman Suschenko comes to the hospital on an outpatient basis.
Semeniv also noted that Oleg Sentsov refused hospitalization, but he maintains contact with the doctor over the phone.
However, Sentsov asked to examine his mother.
“He asked to help his mother, we are waiting and hospitalizing in order to provide medical care. What she had to go through, obviously, provoked an exacerbation of diseases,” Semeniv said.
The Chief Physician also noted that none of the Ukrainians examined by the doctors was in an extremely serious condition.
“You know, I can tell you that no one is in critical condition, no extreme states. Some are in good condition, some are in satisfactory, some are not entirely satisfactory. No one requires resuscitation or staying in the intensive care unit,” Semeniv said.