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Maradona’s nurse lawyer reported he would be alive today if in right hands

The death of Diego Maradona, a legendary footballer who passed away a week ago at the age of 61 is still being investigated by Argentine police.

As the cause of death, acute pulmonary edema was cited, when a police investigation focused on doctors who cared for Maradona in the last days of his life. 

The biggest hit is doctor Leopold Luque and a nurse who lied that she checked Maradona’s condition just before her death.

“Maradona refused to be examined,” said Rodolfo Baque, a legal representative for nurse Dahiana Madrid, who took care of Maradona’s health.

“My protégée started working for Maradona about ten days before his death. She says Maradona was locked in a room and only saw him in person on the first day. Maradona fired one nurse because he was prevented from taking the pills. listen only to the doctor and psychiatrist. Diego was an addict, he was taking pills on a psychiatric prescription. That’s why his heart started beating fast, he was exposed to extra effort. There was a lot of recklessness and negligence in taking these drugs. He was in the wrong hands, it could be avoided,” Baque said, writes INFOCN.

Maradona had head surgery 20 days before his death and was subsequently released for home treatment.

“He didn’t have his own house to go to after leaving the hospital. Where he was taken was not good. In any other house, Diego would be alive today. The doctors didn’t call anyone when his heart rate rose. You’re responsible Luque and a psychiatrist. They let him take pills. “

He also discovered that Maradona had fallen and injured himself a few days before his death.

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“A few days before Maradona’s death, he fell and suffered a severe blow to the head. He was not treated for it. No one called for help. It may have been his decision, but someone had to seek help. He was in a locked room for three days with too high a pulse.”

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