Former President R Venkataraman remains criticalJanuary 19th, 2009 - 5:25 pm ICT by ANI
New Delhi, Jan 19 (ANI): Former President R Venkataraman remains in a critical condition, a spokesman of the Army Hospital Research and Referral, said here today.
Ninety-eight year old Venkataraman was admitted to the hospital on January 12 with delirium and dehydration.
Venkataraman was found to have E-Coli urinary tract infection and sepsis. He also has evidence of pneumonia and respiratory failure for which he is on respiratory support.
A team of physicians is constantly monitoring his health. (ANI)
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