His further tests would be conducted to evaluate his health condition and devise a future strategy of his treatment.
Earlier, on March 30, physicians prescribed monitoring his heartbeat by fixing a Holter at his chest the next week besides carrying out echo test.
They also mulled over the possibility of implanting a pacemaker.
The decision about both the tests was taken as Nawaz Sharif’s ECG showed abnormalities, according to reports.
A team of medical experts also detected disturbed blood flow through left artery of his heart. Besides, the doctors also decided to test his eyesight in view of finding higher blood glucose levels.
Dr Adnan Khan, former premier’s personal physician, had earlier said many of Sharif’s test reports had been received, adding that the remaining would be received in a day or two after which a team of medical experts would suggest a future course of treatment.
The team, according to him, includes professors, consultants of Intensive Care, Cardiology, Nephrology, Urology, Medicine, Surgery and associated medical and paramedical staff in order to provide the round the clock medical care to the former PM.
The former premier after obtaining a six-week-long bail from the Supreme Court on medical grounds arrived at Jati Umra in early hours of Wednesday. He decided to undergo treatment at his own SMC Hospital after consultation with his family members and close aides.