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Ex-US President Clinton is being treated for infection - for safety in the intensive care unit


Ex-President Bill Clinton was hospitalized on Tuesday. But his doctors are optimistic and assume that the 75-year-old will be able to go home soon.

Ex-President Bill Clinton was hospitalized on Tuesday.

But his doctors are optimistic and assume that the 75-year-old will be able to go home soon.

Washington, DC - Former US President * Bill Clinton has been admitted to intensive care at a hospital in California with a urinary tract infection.

The good news: The 75-year-old is already "on the mend, in good spirits and is incredibly grateful to the doctors, nurses and staff who treated him excellently," wrote his spokesman Angel Urena on Twitter on Thursday.

Clinton was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday.

His attending doctors wrote, according to CNN: "We hope that he can go home soon."

Ex-President Clinton in intensive care - Already in treatment several times

Clinton was already being treated more often for health problems: in 2004 he had four-fold bypass surgery on his heart and in 2010 he had two stents inserted to open an artery.

His doctors now emphasized that his hospital stay was not related to the heart or the coronavirus *.

His spokesman also tweeted that the infection was not related to Covid-19.

The Democrat Clinton was US President from 1993 to 2001.

He is married to Hillary Clinton, who was the Democratic candidate for the 2016 US presidential election and was defeated by Donald Trump * at the time.

For close monitoring in the intensive care unit: Bill Clinton may be able to go home soon

Clinton had been brought to the hospital's intensive care unit for close monitoring and was given antibiotics and fluids, CNN quoted from a joint statement by Clinton's family doctor Lisa Bardach and Alpesh Amin, a doctor at Irvine Medical Center. "After two days of treatment, the number of white blood cells drops and he responds well to the antibiotics." The urinary tract infection has spread in his bloodstream. Clinton is in intensive care for privacy and security reasons, not because he needs intensive care. He was already in good spirits, was talking to his family and staff and had already got up and left.

Urological infections are very common in the elderly and can be easily treated, it said.

Clinton will be given intravenous antibiotics until Friday.

Bill Clinton in intensive care for urinary tract infection: Before that, he felt tired

Clinton was at a private event held by his foundation in California on Tuesday, CNN reported, citing his office.

He felt tired on Tuesday and was then admitted to the hospital after tests.

(dpa / cibo) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

Source: merkur

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