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Jayalalithaa had diabetes mellitus, says medical report

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Source: The North East Today

Tamil Nadu government on Monday released reports from Apollo Hospitals and AIIMS on the treatment given to late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.

AIIMS handed over the detailed medical report to state government.

The report was submitted following a formal request from the state government on Sunday in a bid to clear doubts and rumours surrounding Jayalalithaa’s death.

According to the report, Jayalalithaa had diabetes mellitus for the past 20 years apart from hypertension, asthma/bronchitis, hypothyroidism and irritable bowel syndrome.

“Before her admission to Apollo on September 22, she had fever for last about seven days which was diagnosed as urinary tract infection and treated with oral antibiotics… Her diabetes was also uncontrolled with random blood sugar around 400 mg/dl,” the report said.

The report said that Jayalalithaa did interact with family members and government officials on the second day.

The treatment summary further added that Amma was placed back on a tracheostomy mask on December 4. “She had an episode of vomiting after her breakfast. About 4.20 pm, while watching television, she complained of worsening breathlessness,” the report said.