|Photo: The Express Tribune
Rawalpindi, Pakistan: The medical tests done on Malala Yousafzai after a bullet was successfully removed from the gunshot victim have revealed that her brain had not sustained any damage.
Earlier, neuro-surgical and intensive care specialists Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa announced on Friday that ”Although Malala’s state is satisfactory, the next 36 to 48 hours are critical for her.”
According to the media reports by The Express Tribune, he said that the transfer from Peshwar to Rawalpindi, although difficult, had transpired successfully. Bajwa said that the decision to transfer Malala from Peshawar to Rawalpindi was taken in accordance with directives from the doctors’ panel.
The reason, he said, was that “the intensive care facilities here were found to be extremely suitable”, adding that all tests and investigations would be conducted again in here.
Bajwa added that ”The panel consists of both military and civilian doctors but there are two foreign doctors as well who were and are consulted for expert opinion.”
Bajwa said that Malala was still on the ventilator and no decision had been taken on transferring her abroad as yet.
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