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Trump is set to leave the hospital, but his physician said the medical team won't breathe a 'deep sigh of relief' for another full week
Summary List Placement President Donald Trump is scheduled to leave Walter Reed Medical Center on Monday...Summary List Placement President Donald Trump is scheduled to leave Walter Reed Medical Center on Monday evening, roughly three days after he was admitted with coronavirus symptoms. The president has been fever-free for more than 72 hours and his oxygen levels are normal, Trump's physician, Dr. Sean Conley, said on Monday. "Over the past 24 hours, the president has continued to improve," Conley told...
Trump's doctors say the president is getting better. But they also started him on a steroid usually reserved for patients with 'severe and critical COVID-19'
Summary List Placement White House physicians told reporters that President Trump was feeling better on...Summary List Placement White House physicians told reporters that President Trump was feeling better on Sunday morning and that they hoped he could be discharged on Monday. But Trump's doctor, Sean Conley, also said that the president had been treated Saturday with dexamethasone, a corticosteroid that, according to the World Health Organization, is only for patients with "severe and critical COVID-19." Research suggests...
What we know about Sean Conley, Trump's doctor and the first D.O. to serve as physician to the president
Summary List Placement Since President Trump announced his COVID-19 diagnosis Friday, Americans have looked to...Summary List Placement Since President Trump announced his COVID-19 diagnosis Friday, Americans have looked to one man for reassurance about the commander-in-chief's condition: Dr. Sean Conley, White House physician since 2018. But following a press conference Saturday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in which he failed to answer some basic questions about Trump's condition — including whether the president needed supplemental...