President Mexican returns to work after undergoing a catheterization | News

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The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, returned to his work this Saturday from the Palace after undergoing cardiac catheterization last Friday where the procedure was a success.


President López Obrador underwent cardiac catheterization

"I am pleased to inform you that I have already left the hospital, yesterday I entered the Central Military Hospital to have a catheterization, an exploration of the arteries and the heart, all this because 15 days ago I had an analysis and the doctors decided that they had to do a a catheterization," reported the president.

President López Obrador emphasized that the procedure was a success and thanked the medical personnel who treated him, "they hydrated me and then intervened with the catheterization and decided not to put anything, that is, they found that all the arteries were fine without any obstruction, the process took half an hour," he said.

Likewise, the president recalled that after suffering a heart attack eight years ago, he had to visit the doctors periodically, "the treatment was already scheduled, but I got Covid and I had to wait," he recalled.

"We lay the foundations for the transformation of the country, above all to banish corruption from Mexico and see humble people (...) no to corruption and yes to justice and fraternity. We still have a stretch until September 2024, if science and nature so provide," emphasized the head of state.

At the same time, the president recalled that in case something happens to him, he has a political will, "I am sure that (the will) will not be needed, because love is repaid with love and I know that you love me and I love you," he concluded.

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