said in Charter On his Facebook page, “Yasmine is good, she eats, drinks, talks, and recovers, thank God, all days. Rest assured.”
and in statements On the “Al-Hekaya” program, on Saturday evening, Wael said that “the doctors told them that his sister Yasmine would be discharged from the hospital within a week to ten days,” but added, “She is still sick and needs prayers.”
According to local media, Yasmine Abdel Aziz was admitted to the hospital on July 11.
Wael denied that his sister had fallen into a coma, as was rumored during the past days, and said, “She underwent surgery and then performed another one the next day, which required her to enter intensive care.”
He added that his sister was discharged from intensive care a few days ago.
Regarding the occurrence of a medical error during the operation, which necessitated her entry into intensive care, Wael said, “The important thing now is for her to leave the hospital safely and in good health,” noting that “the Doctors Syndicate is following up on this matter.”
A member of the Egyptian Medical Syndicate Council, Ibrahim El-Zayat, had said in statements to the program,CitizenOn July 18, in the event that a doctor is proven to have committed a medical error, he will be held accountable by all means, as he follows the legal path by referring him to the Public Prosecution, in addition to holding him to account in a union through the Complaints Committee and the Professional Ethics Committee.
Al-Zayat stressed that the account includes everyone, regardless of the name of the doctor, and it is in varying degrees, starting with censure and even writing off the union for periods or permanently and for life. He pointed out that the use of the surgical endoscope has international guidelines that must be followed, and therefore whoever violates them falls within the framework of medical negligence, and the punishment is determined according to the error, he said.