Past President Narayanan's Condition Still Critical

by Medindia Content Team on  November 6, 2005 at 3:34 PM Indian Health News
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Past President Narayanan's Condition Still Critical
New Delhi: Former Indian President K.R. Narayanan continues to be in critical condition in a hospital here where he is being treated for acute pneumonia, an Aide of government said.
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Narayanan, who turned 85 on Oct 27, was admitted to the Indian Army's Research and Referral Hospital two days later and has been on a ventilator since then.

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There is no change in his condition. He continues to be critical, the aide said.

Narayanan was president from 1997-2002.

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