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The Vatican press office reported this Saturday that Pope Francis is evolving positively after the operation he underwent this Wednesday due to the risk of intestinal obstruction.
Pope Francis hospitalized for risk of intestinal obstruction
According to the Vatican, "the medical team reports that the clinical picture is progressively improving and the postoperative period is regular" while specifying that the Supreme Pontiff is "febrile and hemodynamically stable."
In turn, the report indicates that his serums were suspended and he is fed a semi-liquid diet, meanwhile, it adds that the pope rested well during the third night at the Gemelli Polyclinic.
�� "Papa Francesco has traversed the day through prayer and work, in the pomeriggio he has prayed for the Eucharist. Further information on the day of Sunday". The Sala Stampa affirms it on the telegram channel
—Vatican News (@vaticannews_it)
June 10, 2023
"He is following a careful convalescence that aims to reduce the stress on the abdominal wall, to allow the implanted prosthetic mesh and the repair of the muscle fascia to heal optimally," the note added.
In yesterday's session, Francisco "began to mobilize, spending most of the morning in an armchair. This allowed him to read the newspapers and resume his initial job.” Likewise, it was reported that during the night time he received the Eucharist.
I sincerely appreciate the prayers and the many messages of closeness and affection that have arrived these days. I pray for everyone, especially those who suffer. I ask that you continue to pray for me.
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex_es)
June 9, 2023
According to the report, Bergolio was moved by the numerous messages of support while highlighting those received by the children currently hospitalized.
Finally, the Pope thanked the medical staff, nurses, social and health agents and spiritual assistants who "touch pain with their hands daily, relieving its burden."
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