Spokesperson for 41th United States President George H.W. Bush told media, he was admitted to an intensive unit on 18, January, even his wife too because of a safety measure.
Jim McGrath, who is spokesperson for the former US president’s family, added that he was admitted to the ICU at Houston Methodist Hospital addressing a sensitive respiratory problem stemming from pneumonia.
He said in continued speech that Barbara Bush was admitted too over doctors’ advice as suffered coughing and fatigue, doctors have launched a procedure protecting and clear H.W. Bush airway that needed sedation, though he is sleeping comfortably and still stable in the ICU.
It is also said to be that H.W. Bush will remain for inspection, was admitted to the hospital on Saturday after suffering shortness of breath, while he is responding well in the result of treatments and everything still ok.
Nonetheless, Doctors hope the 92-year-old will soon move back home, though Jean Becker, who is Bush’s chief of staff, explained Houston Chronicle and KHOU-TV that former US president will soon join home in coming couple days.
The 41th United States President has served his nation from 1989 to 1993 suffered a form of Parkinson’s disease and doctor advised him to use a motorized scooter or a wheelchair for mobility.
Furthermore, H.W. Bush also remained in care center in 2015 after falling at his summer home and a bone in his neck break issues, though was hospitalized in Houston the last December after suffering shortness of breath for nearly a week for shortness of breath.
He also remained in intensive care because of a bronchitis-related cough and some other problem at Christmas in 2012. He seems to be playful as celebrated his 90th birthday a tandem parachute jump in Kennebunkport, Maine, even in spite of mobility loss.