Former PM Mihai Tudose discharged from hospital after the hearth attacks last week
Former Prime Minister Mihai Tudose has been discharged from hospital on Monday, after the heart attacks last week. He has been treated by the CC Iliescu Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases
The hospital’s manager, Professor Serban Ion Bubenek Turconi, has confirmed the information.
Mihai Tudose suffered three heart attacks. His heart stopped several times during the stent-mounting intervention.
“Former Prime Minister Mihai Tudose has suffered an extended myocardial infarction. He was taken to the Fundeni Hospital by ambulance. He was taken over by the doctors of the CC Iliescu Institute. He underwent surgery and two stents have been mounted. The life of any patient who suffers an infarction is in danger. But at this moment Mihai Tudose is in stable condition, he remains under hospital supervision,” Health Minister Sorina Pintea said last Tuesday.
Mihai Tudose was last Tuesday in a restaurant in Bucharest for a meeting with his Pro Romania colleagues, given that the party was soon to present the list of members running for European Parliament election.
Just before the launching ceremony, Mihai Tudose felt sick, and his colleagues called the emergency number 112. The former Premier was taken to the CC Iliescu Institute in Bucharest.
Mihai Tudose, 52, was Prime Minister during June 2017-January 2018.