The Minister of Labor, Zeta Aimilianidou, who is being treated in the Intensive Care Unit of the “Hygeia” hospital in Athens, will remain in repression for the next twenty-four hours, after a long surgery which she underwent on Monday morning. The minister was transported to the American Medical Center in Nicosia on Sunday afternoon, where she was diagnosed with a cerebral artery aneurysm and was rushed by ambulance to the Greek capital. The minister, after five hours of surgery, is hospitalized in the ICU of “Health”, with her condition being considered critical and re-evaluated in the coming days. The son of the Minister of Labor Zeta Aimilianidou, Achilleas Aimilianidis, addresses warm thanks to his online friends for the interest they show in relation to the state of health of his mother. From the first moment, Mrs. Aimilianidou is supported by her son, her sister, the Minister of Health Michalis Hadjipandella, the Deputy Minister of Social Welfare Anastasia Anthousi and the Ambassador of Cyprus in Athens Kyriakos Kenevezos.
According to what was stated yesterday by the deputy government representative Niovi Parisinou, the situation of Mrs. Emilianidou is critical, but stable. He underlined that from the first moment, the President of the Republic, Nikos Anastasiadis, is constantly informed about the state of health of the Minister of Labor, who stated that he was shocked by the adventure of the Minister of Labor. Speaking to reporters at the Presidential Palace, on the sidelines of the reassurance ceremony of a new member of the Supreme Court, when asked about the state of health of the Minister of Labor and Social Security Mr. Zetas Emilianidou, he said that he has constant information from the Minister of Health, who is on the side of the minister from the first moment following his instructions. The Deputy Minister of Welfare, Anastasia Anthousi, arrived in Athens on Monday afternoon, with the President of the Republic noting that the situation of the Minister, although serious, remains stable, something that is considered encouraging.
The critical days
The whole of Cyprus has been anxiously monitoring the health condition of the Minister of Labor, Zeta Emiliandiou, since Monday, who is being treated in critical condition due to severe subarachnoid hemorrhage after a ruptured brain aneurysm. As neurosurgeon Moussis Lambrou explained, a cerebrovascular aneurysm is a swelling in a blood vessel, which normally should not exist. Unfortunately, according to Mr. Lambrou, there is no warning sign that someone has an aneurysm, with him recommending attention to symptoms such as acute headache, neck pain, visual disturbance, tendency to vomit, vomiting. Commenting on the situation in which Ms. Aimilianidou came for help, Dr. Lambrou explained that it was serious and is considered one of the heavy bleeding. He also said that at some point after its stabilization, an effort will be made to wake up and see the first consequences. However, the most difficult period for her will be from the 4th day until the 11th, as Mr. Lambrou explained, a period during which the patient will have to wake up.