Confused about Mr. Trump, the White House confirmed that the President’s oxygen saturation was stable
|US President Donald Trump on July 11, wearing a mask for the first time when visiting the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Photo: AFP|
In an interview on Fox News on the evening of October 3 (US time), White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said that both he and White House doctor Sean Conley were “really worried” about the health of President Trump on the morning of October 2 after Mr. Trump was diagnosed with Covid-19.
“He (Donald Trump) has been making incredible progress since yesterday morning (October 2), a time when I know many of us, including Dr. Sean Conley and I are both very worried.” Mr. Meadows said.
“The most important thing we see right now is (Mr. Trump) has no fever and he really has oxygen saturation stabilized … Yesterday morning (October 2) we were really concerned about that. He had a fever and the amount of oxygen in his blood dropped rapidly, “the White House chief of staff said.
Previously there were many different comments about the health situation of President Donald Trump. According to the New York Times and the AP news agency, President Trump is said to have resorted to oxygen therapy at the White House on October 2 when he had difficulty breathing. Trump was transferred to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at the end of October 2.
Dr. Sean Conley and Dr. Sean Dooley, a lung specialist at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, told reporters on the morning of October 3 that President Trump was not on oxygen therapy and was not having trouble. breath. The two doctors did not comment on whether Trump had resorted to oxygen therapy before.
Meanwhile, a source familiar with President Trump’s health told NBC News that some of Trump’s key signs on the morning of October 2 indicated that Covid-19 could go further than the disease level. light.
Updating the latest information on President Trump’s health on the evening of October 3, White House doctor Conley said that Mr. Trump “does not use oxygen therapy and his oxygen saturation is between 96-98% all day. “. Mr. Trump no longer shows a fever and continues to be healthy.
“Dr. Conley said exactly. Mr. Trump is doing fine,” White House chief of staff Mark Meadows told Fox News. “I am very optimistic (about Mr. Trump’s health) based on the current results. As Dr. Conley said, Mr. Trump is not out of danger because there are 48 hours ahead and we know This virus’s evolutionary history can be very strong.