Bill Clinton was hospitalized in Los Angeles two days ago for treatment of “non-Covid infections,” a spokesman said.
“On Tuesday evening, former President Bill Clinton was admitted to the University of California, Irvine Medical Center for treatment of non-Covid infections,” said Angel Ureña, Clinton’s spokeswoman, on Twitter.
“He is OK, in good condition and she is very grateful to the doctors, nurses and staff who provided her with the best possible care,” Ureña said. reported that Clinton, 75, was in the intensive care unit, specifically giving her privacy, and that she was not on a ventilator, according to doctors who treated the former president of ‘UCMI.
His condition is not related to his past heart problems or Covid-19, said.
A second statement from a Clinton spokesman quoted doctors Dr Alpesh Amin and Dr Lisa Bardack, who said the former president had “received pesticides and IV fluids”.
“After two days of treatment, her white blood cell count tends to decrease and she responds well to pesticides,” doctors said. “The California-based medical team continues to communicate with the New York President’s medical team, as well as his cardiologist. We hope he will return home soon.
Since Clinton left the White House in 2001, the former president has faced health challenges. In 2004, she underwent four surgeries after a long battle with shortness of breath and shortness of breath. He returned to the hospital for surgery on a paralyzed lung in 2005, and in 2010 a pair of cents were transplanted into a coronary artery.
She responded by taking a large vegetarian diet that has helped her lose weight and improve her health.
He has returned to the stump several times, campaigning for Democratic candidates, as well as his wife, Hillary, during his failed presidential election in 2008.
And in 2016, when Hillary Clinton was seeking the White House as a Democratic candidate, Bill Clinton – then a grandfather of about 70 – returned to the election campaign.
A Clinton Foundation spokesman said the former president was in the Los Angeles area for private events related to his charity. The UCI Medical Center is located in Orange County, approximately 40 miles southeast of Los Angeles.