Judicial sources in Argentina, responsible for the autopsy of legendary soccer player Diego Armando Maradona, reported that some psychotropic drugs and psychotropic drugs were found, which led to the irregular heartbeat that the Golden Boy suffered from.
The Uruguayan newspaper, Opathion, confirmed that the analyzes conducted by experts from the autopsy on the world football player proved that he was taking 4 anti-depressants, especially venlafaxine, quetiapine, levetiracetam and naltrexone, and these psychotropic substances were found to be the cause of the irregular heartbeat Which Maradona was suffering from in recent times, and now experts and prosecutors will have to analyze this to see if they are suitable for a patient suffering from a chronic heart disease like the one Maradona suffered from.
One of the judicial investigators in the case said: “What appeared is important as much as it did not come out of these laboratory tests, which confirm with one look that Maradona gave psychiatric drugs, but no medicine for his heart disease.”
The medical sources associated with the file stated that venlafaxine is an anti-depressant drug used to treat anxiety disorders, and coquitiapine. Quetiapine It is an antipsychotic that is also used for major depression and some addiction. Levetiracetam levetiracetam It is an antiepileptic drug that acts on the central nervous system and can cause drowsiness and decreased responsiveness. Naltrexone blocks the effect of opioid medications and is used to prevent alcohol withdrawal.
The medical sources indicated that the drugs in Maradona’s body are the drugs prescribed by psychiatrist Agustina Kusakov, and it is a drug cocktail used for patients suffering from alcoholism and symptoms of depression, but these drugs have nothing to do with the treatment of acute heart disease. Which Maradona had been suffering from for years, but on the contrary lead to a state of arrhythmia, which leads to the complication of the procedural situation of Kuzakov and his personal doctor Leopoldo Locke, who operated on him a hematoma in the brain weeks before his death.
Regarding complementary patient autopsy studies, the San Isidro attorney general’s office determined that Maradona had pictures compatible with cirrhosis and acute tube necrosis associated with chronic kidney disease, myocardial fibrosis, subendocardial fibrosis, and areas suggestive of acute ischemia.
Unobstructed coronary arteriosclerosis, lung with strangulated characteristics associated with exacerbation of chronic lung disease, and annular confluence have also been shown to be compatible with heart failure.
Finally, the histopathology is also consistent with cirrhosis, acute tubular necrosis, focal glomerular sclerosis, atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, and arterial enlargement of the sinoatrial node.
With all these results, the idea of the three plaintiffs in the case, Laura Capra, Cosme Iribarin and Patricio Ferrari, is to hold a multidisciplinary “medical board” so that the case is thoroughly analyzed and judged if death can be avoided, if there is misconduct and if it is None of the professionals who treated him.