Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was discharged from a New York hospital after doctors treated her for a blood clot that had formed behind her ear due to a concussion last month.
In a press statement in Washington DC today, Deputy Assistant Philippe Reines says Secretary Clinton’s medical team advised her that she is making good progress on all fronts, and they are confident she will make a full recovery.
“She’s eager to get back to the office, and we will keep you updated on her schedule as it becomes clearer in the coming days.” – Mr. Reines
He reports that Secretary Clinton and her family would like to express their appreciation for the excellent care she received from the doctors, nurses, and staff at New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University Medical Center.
Earlier this week, Secretary Clinton was admitted to New York-Presbyterian Hospital after the doctors discovered a blood clot following from the concussion she sustained earlier this month.
Reports say Ms. Clinton is being treated with anti-coagulants and the doctors disclosed a reports that a blood clot was found in a vein between her brain and skull behind her right ear.
According to media reports, Ms. Clinton is predicted that she would make a full recovery.
In a press statement, Deputy Spokerperson Philippe Reines reported that in the course of a follow-up exam, Secretary Clinton’s doctors discovered a blood clot had formed, stemming from the concussion she sustained several weeks ago.
Ms. Clinton was treated with anti-coagulants and is at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital so that they can monitor the medication over the next 48 hours.
Earlier this month, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has suffered a concussion after fainting and striking her head.
Reports say Ms. Clinton fainted when she became dehydrated because of a stomach virus she contracted during a trip to Europe.
Ms. Clinton was expected to testify last month to US lawmakers about the September militant attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
In September this year, the United States of America mourned the death of four American personnel in Benghazi who died in a rocket attack on the temporary consulate.
Chris Stevens, the U.S. ambassador to Libya was killed along with three others in the rocket attack. The death of the US personnel sparked international condemnation.
A 21 year veteran of the Foreign Service, Ambassador Stevens died from injuries he sustained in the attack on the Benghazi office.
As the conflict in Libya unfolded, Chris was one of the first Americans on the ground in Benghazi.
Mr. Stevens risked his own life to lend the Libyan people a helping hand to build the foundation for a new, free nation.
The US condemns this vicious and violent attack that took their lives, which they had committed to helping the Libyan people reach for a better future.
Libya had been engulfed by fighting since a pro-democracy movement opposed to the regime of Muammar al-Qadhafi emerged in February 2011 following similar protests in Tunisia, Egypt and other countries across North Africa and the Middle East.