President Ram Nath Kovind’s bypass surgery, shift to special room


New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind’s bypass surgery has been successful and his condition is now improving. Following the President’s operation on 30 March, he was placed under the supervision of doctors in the ICU of AIIMS. Now, seeing his recovery, he has been shifted from the ICU to a special room at AIIMS. If doctors agree, they are constantly monitoring their condition. The doctors are said to have advised the president to rest.

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Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said in a tweet, “President Ram Nath Kovind has undergone a successful bypass surgery in Delhi AIIMS. I congratulate the team of doctors for the successful operation. The President of India has recently ascertained the speed Talked to the Director, AIIMS for Health. I pray for his safety and speedy recovery. The President’s health first started deteriorating on March 26. At that time he complained of chest pains, then he was escorted by the Delhi-based Army Taken to the hospital (research and referral).

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There was a routine checkup and after that the doctors referred him to AIIMS for further treatment. Shortly thereafter, he was shifted to AIIMS on the afternoon of 27 March to improve his condition. President Ram Nath Kovind recently vaccinated the Corona vaccine. He arrived at the army hospital with his daughter to get vaccinated.

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