Medical team in São Paulo rules out emergency surgery on Brazil’s President Bolsonaro

With intestinal obstruction and pain in the abdomen, the president was admitted early Wednesday night at Vila Nova Star hospital in São Paulo, after being hospitalized in Brasilia throughout the day.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President should remain in intense "conservative clinical treatment", initially without the need for surgery. A note released reported that clinical, laboratory and imaging evaluations have already been made

The medical team of Vila Nova Star hospital, in São Paulo, informed on Wednesday night, 14, that President Jair Bolsonaro should remain in intense "conservative clinical treatment", initially without the need for surgery. The  note released Wednesday night also reported that the president will undergo a new battery of clinical and laboratory tests on Thursday (15).

With an intestinal obstruction and pain in the abdomen, the president . . .

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