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The latest developments in the health of former US President Bill Clinton after entering intensive care

The latest developments in the health of former US President Bill Clinton after entering intensive care

Today, Friday, a spokesman for former US President Bill Clinton revealed the latest developments in his health.

The latest developments in the health of former US President Bill Clinton after entering intensive care Today, Friday, a spokesman for former US President Bill Clinton revealed the latest developments in his health.


Spokesman Angel Urena confirmed that Clinton's health condition, 75, is improving after being hospitalized.


"Clinton is improving and in good spirits, and he is very grateful to the doctors, nurses and staff who provide him with excellent care," he said.



"The former US president received antibiotics and intravenous fluids," a second statement from Clinton's spokesman said, citing Clinton's physicians, Albish Amin and Lisa Bardack.


"After two days of treatment, Clinton's white blood cell count is declining, and he is responding well to antibiotics," the doctors said in the statement.



They added: "The medical team in California has been in constant contact with the chief medical officer in New York, including his cardiologist. We hope he will be home soon."


White House spokeswoman Karen Jean-Pierre said US President Joe Biden plans to speak by phone with Bill Clinton on Friday.

"The president sends his best wishes to President Clinton," she said.


And Bill Clinton entered the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, last Tuesday evening, with an infection unrelated to the Corona virus.


And in the years after Bill Clinton left the White House in 2001, the former president faced health concerns, including in 2004 when he underwent quadruple bypass surgery after he suffered from long chest pains and shortness of breath, and then in 2005 he returned to the hospital for surgery. due to a partial collapse of the lung, and in 2010 a pair of stents were implanted in the coronary artery.

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