This is according to former president of the Trinidad and Tobago Medical Association (TTMA) Dr Maria Dillon-Remy.
Dr. Kublalsingh was admitted to the St Clair Medical Centre last Friday night and discharged on Saturday.
He has said he only took intravenous fluid in order to live to continue his hunger strike.
He further told the media on Sunday that he would take the IV again if his body failed him. While in the hospital, he received dextrose with potassium and saline fluids intravenously.
Dr. Dillon-Remy says the use of intravenous fluids helps maintain the body’s fluid and electrolyte balance, which is essential for life…