Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Shifted Out of ICU, Stable And Under Observation
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh admitted to the AIIMS, New Delhi has now been shifted out of the ICU and his condition is stable, according to the hospital sources.
Former prime minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi after suffering a reaction to a new medicine, and developing fever are stable now. He has now been shifted out of the ICU and Currently under observation at the cardio-thoracic ward.
The 87-year-old Former PM Dr. Singh had suffered a reaction to a new medication and further examination is being carried on him to rule out other causes of fever and is being provided care as needed, hospital sources said on Monday.
According to sources, Dr. Singh was admitted under the treatment of Dr. Nitish Naik, a professor of cardiology at AIIMS-Delhi. A team of doctors is looking after his health.
Manmohan Singh was carried to the Delhi AIIMS at 8:45 pm on Sunday, May 10 evening after he complained of uneasiness, sources stated.
A source close to the former PM said on Sunday night, "All his parameters are fine. He is under observation at the AIIMS cardio-thoracic ward. " He was admitted to the hospital after he complained of "uneasiness", he added.
In the year 2009, Dr. Singh underwent successful coronary bypass surgery at AIIMS.
Being a senior leader of the opposition Congress Dr. Manmohan Singh had served the nation as the 14th Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014.
In 1971, Dr. Singh joined the Government of India as Economic Advisor in the year 1971 at the Commerce Ministry. Then in 1972, he became Chief Economic Advisor in the Ministry of Finance. Dr. Singh served the Nation as the Finance Minister for five years between 1991 to 1996. Among the various Governmental designations that Dr. Singh has involved is Secretary in the Ministry of Finance; Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission; Governor of the Reserve Bank of India; Advisor of the Prime Minister; and Chairman of the University Grants Commission.