Writer Olavo de Carvalho, 74, was once again admitted to the Instituto do Coração (InCor), in São Paulo. It is the third hospitalization of the Poconarista influencer in just over a month. He has a heart disease and, since July, he has undergone several treatments, bladder surgery and emergency catheterization.
According to the medical bulletin released this Saturday night, 14, Olavo was hospitalized with acute heart and kidney failure and systemic infection. He is still hospitalized and has a stable clinical picture. The supervision of the treatment is carried out by the cardiologist José Antonio Franchini Ramires.
On social networks, brothers Abraham and Arthur Weintraub – former Minister of Education and former special advisor to the Presidency, respectively – published messages in support of the writer. “Our prayers that Prof. Olavo recover quickly,” wrote Abraham.
The service at InCor is the subject of a civil inquiry by the Public Prosecutor’s Office for Human Rights of São Paulo (MP-SP), which investigates whether there was any type of irregularity in the writer’s entry into the institute. According to the document, a patient should only be referred to the hospital without going through the bed regulation center in an emergency. In non-urgent cases, the natural path would be referral by a Basic Health Unit (UBS) in the capital.
On one of his pages on social networks, Olavo even thanked the InCor team. “I’m still in treatment, but I can’t postpone any longer the thanks I owe to the InCor doctors and their nursing team, champion of efficiency and kindness”, he said, on July 31st.
Known for his polemical speeches, Olavo is one of the main ideological figures of pocketnarismo. He is the author of the books O Imbecil Coletivo and The Minimum You Need to Know to Not Be an Idiot, published by Record publisher, which announced at the end of July that it would not renew its contract with him.
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