Vladimir Kara-Murza Jr.
Journalist, Federal coordinator, “Open Russia” Vladimir Kara-Murza Jr. was discharged from the hospital in Moscow. TASS reported on Sunday, February 19, lawyer Vadim Prokhorov.
“This morning, Vladimir Kara-Murza Jr. was discharged from a Moscow hospital and accompanied by a medic went abroad for a course of rehabilitation after severe poisoning,” he said.
On admission of the journalist became known on February 2. He was taken to hospital in serious condition. He was put into artificial coma in which he remained until 8 February.
Spouse Kara-Murza Jr., Eugene reported that he was diagnosed with “acute intoxication unstated substance”.
The last time a journalist was urgently hospitalized in may 2015. He also was in an induced coma. Then the examination revealed his blood multiple exceeding of maximum permissible concentrations of metals. His father reported that, on the assumption of doctors, the deterioration of a son could cause the reception of two groups of incompatible drugs.