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One of the patients transferred from St. Gregory the Illuminator to Nairi MC was in a coma and died shortly afterwards.

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Yesterday, on April 2, four patients were transferred from "Surb Grigor Lusavorich" medical center to Nairi medical center. This was due to the fact that "Grigor Lusavorich" was re-profiled and these days it must serve the citizens infected with the coronavirus. One of the four patients died shortly afterwards.

According to Factor.am, the death was registered 40 minutes after the transfer of the patient. In order to verify the truth of the news, we contacted Tsovinar Khachatryan, the spokesman of "Surb Grigor Lusavorich" medical center.

"There have been extremely severe and moderate patients. From here the normal transfer was carried out. We do not have such information when one of the patients died, "the spokesman said.

We contacted the ambulance service to find out if the patient's death was possible on the way to the transfer. From here we were told that the transfer was successful, which was not a problem. Factor.am spoke with Anatoly Gnuni, Chief of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Services of Nairi Medical Center, Chief Anesthesiologist of the Republic of Armenia. The latter told us that the dead patient was in serious condition when he was taken to the center.

"About two hours after being admitted to our center, the patient died. He was a tall man and spent about 20 days in a coma at Grigor Lusavorich. It was an irreversible coma, and that death was to be expected. "We were warned by Grigor Lusavorich about that patient," Gnuni said.

He stressed that the patient had a heart rhythm disorder, diabetes. According to the anesthesiologist, the patient did not come out of the coma. We contacted "Grigor Lusavorich" MC again, trying to understand whether the patient in a coma was allowed to be transferred. However, Tsovinar Khachatryan, the spokesperson of the MC, insisted that the patient in a coma was not taken away from them. He also considered it necessary to add that, in general, the transfer doctor is responsible for the patient's transfer.