Říha criticizes the Bystrice hospital. If their father was released, it would turn out differently – Other – Hockey – Sport

After half a year of silence, he finally got over it. The son of the late coach Slovan Bratislava or the Czech hockey team Miloš Říh (he died on 31 August 2020) described the last moments of his father.

Miloš Říha was younger when the energetic father was hit by the first serious health problems. The head coach of the Czech Republic left the national team and in a serious condition his son took him to the hospital in Nitra.

He had heart problems before and after, but his son could not convince him to undergo a more difficult operation to solve his problems.

“He had long-term problems. He always beat it with strength and will. He came at the last minute for an operation and he solved it. Apparently he thought it would be like this indefinitely, but he underestimated it, “he admitted in an open interview for MF Dnes Miloš Říha ml.

The coach of the first league Slavia could not remember the long time of the death of his beloved father. He also did not respond to unverified information about his stay at the Prague Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine (IKEM), where he moved from the Banská Bystrica hospital.

“It was not true that he lay there from the beginning. I tried to get him there from Banská Bystrica. However, after this publication, the transport stretched for 5-6 days, which could be decisive for further treatment, “admitted Říha Jr.

“It was bad in Banská Bystrica, in IKEM they put it incredibly together. However, it was still awaited which side it would turn to. Healthcare in IKEM is on a different level than the Slovak one.

It was really awful what was going on there. They claimed that the end would come in five minutes. I didn’t like it, so I fought them every day.

It has improved in the Czech Republic, they took great care of their father. It was very bad three days before he died, but I believed until the last second that it would get better.

But it went in the wrong direction. If he got to the Czech Republic a week earlier, it would have turned out differently. If we came right away, it wouldn’t be to that stage. He would be under more control and would have more peace, “criticized Říha Jr.

However, the 39-year-old coach is not planning legal action.

“They would say that he is to blame, but there is care and care. At IKEM he had a service as president, nothing there.

It was fatal, it could not be compared with the Czech Republic. I was with him for the last seconds of my life. I still can’t absorb it, “concluded the ruthless Říha Jr.

Source: Pravda.sk – Šport – Futbal – Hokej by hokej.pravda.sk.

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