On Sunday, Bill Clinton was discharged by the Southern California hospital where he had been diagnosed with an infection. Around 8 a.m. the former president was discharged from the University of California Irvine Medical Center.
As confirmed by the officials, Bill Clinton who is 75 years old was rushed to the hospital southeast of Los Angeles on Tuesday for the diagnosis of an infection that is not related to Coronavirus. A spokesperson of Bill Clinton would continue to be admitted to the hospital for another night to get additional intravenous antibiotics.
But Urena said that all the health indexes were “trending in the right direction,” further adding that “President Clinton has continued to make excellent progress over the past 24 hours.”
His wife Hillary Clinton has been with him all the time at the hospital and accompanied him since he was discharged on Sunday.
President Joe Biden talked to the Former President, said “he is doing fine”
On late Friday, 15th October, President Joe Biden confirmed that he had a word with Bill Clinton and the precedent president “sends his best.” He said while extending his remarks at the University of Connecticut, “He’s doing fine; he is.”
On Saturday, Urena stated in an interview that “He is in great spirits and has been spending time with family, catching up with friends, and watching college football.”
His previous assistant spoke to reporters on his health condition
An assistant of the precedent president confirmed that Clinton had a urological infection that is spreading to his blood vessels but he is putting it back together and has never been bound to undergo septic shock which is potentially a life-threatening state. The assistant who had spoken to reporters while at the hospital by putting one condition of not revealing his name had said Clinton had been in an intensive care part of the hospital but still he wasn’t getting ICU care.
Bill Clinton has been suffering from health issues since 2001
In the past year since Clinton left the White House in the year 2001, the precedent president has been suffering from health issues. In 2004, when he experienced persistent chest pains and shortness of breath, he underwent quadruple bypass surgery for diagnosis.
Then again in 2005, he rushed back to the hospital for the diagnosis of a fractionally collapsed lung.
In 2010, he had a couple of stents implanted in his coronary artery.
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He stated that by including a mostly vegan diet he saw him losing weight and his overall health also improved as a result of the same.
Clinton continuously came back to the stump, taking part in campaigns for Democratic participants, most primarily Hillary Clinton amidst her unsuccessful bid for the presidential nomination in 2008. And then in 2016, since Hillary Clinton needed the White House as the Democratic nominee, her husband who was already a grandfather by that time and nearest to his 70 came back to the campaign drive.