OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KFOR / CNN) – A 23-year-old man who has a rare condition fighting for his life after checking him in Oklahoma University Children's Hospital only 30 pounds.
Investigation was launched in a 23-year-old disabled man who carried out a check on the hospital and a 30lb weight. (Source: KFOR / CNN)
Now police are investigating his carers. The man's grandmother, Juanita Wooten, admitted that limp had her grandson.
According to police, he is addressing "serious malnutrition and symptoms like flu."
From the height point of view, she said her grandson does not measure up to her shoulder except
The muscles per person are affected by his rare neurological condition, so he is unable to care for himself or sustain him. The police said doctors were worried that the body was overweight. His mother told the police that her son did not “have any kind of special nutrition diet and that he was not a doctor in years.”
Laboratory tests indicate that the patient had very high sodium levels, something who pointed out that there were not enough sums for water, ”and that there were coins on his body, consistent with lack of movement.”
"He was not abused or abused," said Wooten, denying
When there was any malnutrition or lack of care there, Wooten said, “No, but not on our own, but they are acting as.”
She clarified that she was referring to the Human Services Department
Police He took over 1
It is unclear when the 23 year old will be released from the hospital.
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