The 33-year-old visited a personal physician, who reportedly prescribed muscle relaxants
Before the TAE Limassol there is a complaint case for possible medical negligence, regarding the death of 33-year-old Christos Pavlos. According to information, a family member filed a complaint with the TAE Limassol against the victim’s personal physician.
Based on the allegations, he had been suffering severely from chest and back pain for the past few days. He was seen by a personal physician, who reportedly prescribed muscle relaxants. The next day and while he was at home, he breathed his last and was taken to the Limassol General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
A little while ago, the autopsy on the body of 33-year-old Christos was also completed, with the medical examiner N. Charalambous citing “ruptured heart” as the cause of death.