BJ Habibie's Condition in Munich Germany Becomes Better
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, March 11 2018 - 17:00 IWST
BJ Habibie (Foto Dok Industry. ci.id)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - President Joko Widodo received the latest report from the presidential team regarding the health condition of the third President of RI BJ Habibie who has improved.
"The treatment with drugs is given intensively and sustainably by monitoring the complaints of tightness that are gradually lost," said Chairman of Presidential Doctors Prof. Dr. H Azis Rani SpPD K-GEH in his report released Deputy of Protocol, Press and Media Secretariat of the President, Bey Machmudin in Jakarta, Saturday (10/3/2018).
The team of doctors also reported the general condition and the eathing is now better, no emergency, nutritional disorders and other disorders and BJ Habibie is planned to continue treatment within the next few days.
President Joko Widodo himself hopes that BJ Habibie will be able to move back as usual.
Through a phone call on March 4, 2018, he took time to chat for a moment and pray for Habibie's healing.
"We are all in Indonesia, all the people of Indonesia, pray for Bapak, Hopefully soon to be healthy again, can move and return to Indonesia," he said.
BJ Habibie is currently undergoing treatment in Munich, Germany. The third President of the Republic of Indonesia was reportedly suffocated during his personal visit to Germany on 27 Feuary 2018. He was then taken to a hospital in Munich for help.
Since March 4, 2018, BJ Habibie's care has been accompanied by a presidential physician. President Jokowi at that time sent Prof. Dr. Lukman Hakim Makmun, SpPD, KKV (K), one of the specialist heart and blood vessels of the team of the presidential physician to leave for Germany.
After several actions were taken at the Starnberg clinic in Munich, Germany, doctors diagnosed abnormal heart valves. Through close communication and coordination with a team of doctors in Munich, it can be concluded that heart valve abnormalities do not require invasive action.