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Health condition of former Prince Paras improving slightly; remains critical but stable

BANGKOK: The health condition of former Crown Prince Paras Shah has improved slightly on Sunday. Issuing a press statement the Bangkok-based Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital informed that Nepal’s former Crown Prince Shah is in a critical but stable state on Sunday.

Dr. Sayan Cheepudomwit informed that the doctors were successful in stopping the bleeding from his stomach and the doctors also reduced the medicines needed to maintain the blood pressure.

Shah, who is admitted to the hospital after suffering a massive cardiac arrest on Februray 19, had developed bleeding from his stomach yesterday. After the newfound problem, he underwent endoscopy yesterday itself, and the doctors had started treating the condition.

Yesterday a team of four doctors had described the 42-year-old’s condition as ‘very critical but stable’. He apparently is in a comatose state since he was hospitalized.

His wife Himani, sister Prerena and other relatives have reached Bangkok to attend the ailing royal.

The deposed King King Gyanendra and Queen Komal returned to the Capital from Simara this afternoon after shortening their trip. According to the sources close to the royal family, the former king is likely to fly to Bangkok on Tuesday after they perform annual death ritual of his father Mahendra. The deposed King has been receiving information about the health condition of ailing former Crown Prince.

Paras, who has been staying in Bangkok since last two years, has been receiving threats from Indian national. Paras has also filed an application at the Nepalese Embassy in Bangkok for security of his life.

Published Date: Sunday, February 24th, 2013 | 09:47 AM

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