Doctors arrive at AIIMS to treat Arun Jaitley from Vietnam halfway

According to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Arun Jaitley's health has improved. Water has been taken out of Jaitley's langs and medicines are being given

Doctors arrive at AIIMS to treat Arun Jaitley from Vietnam halfway
Doctors arrive at AIIMS to treat Arun Jaitley from Vietnam halfway

The health of former Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is constantly improving. It is reported that water has been taken out of Arun Jaitley’s langs and medicines are being given. According to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Arun Jaitley’s health has improved. According to doctors, they will be kept for three to four days now and in a similar manner. Only after this, further treatment will be done. Meanwhile, news is coming that AIIMS director Randeep Guleria has canceled his foreign tour midway to treat Arun Jaitley and he has returned.

AIIMS director Dr. Randeep Guleria was on a visit to Vietnam, but has returned to treat and supervise Arun Jaitley. Significantly, the former Union Minister was admitted to AIIMS at 11 am on Friday due to difficulty in breathing. Jaitley was undergoing treatment for kidney problems and some infections. 

Jaitley underwent a bariatric operation in September 2014. For a long time, he underwent this operation to diagnose the problem of weight gain due to diabetes. This operation was first done at Max Hospital but later due to some problems, he was shifted to AIIMS. A few years ago, his heart was also operated.