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February 1, 2019 07:58 PM NPT
KATHMANDU, Feb 1: Former Crown Prince Paras Shah, has been discharged from the Norvic International Hospital with the improvement in his health on Friday.
He was admitted to the Hospital last Sunday after he suffered cardiac arrest. The doctors attending him performed angioplasty on the former Prince.
The Hospital decided to discharge him as his health improved. Sister of the former Prince Prerana Shah as well as relatives reached the Hospital to take Paras to the Nirmal Niwas.
According to the doctors attending the former Crown Prince, he was able to walk and eat. He is prescribed to continue taking medicines and visit the Hospital after a week for the follow-up.
It is learned that Shah survived the third heart attack in a row in the last 10 years, according to the doctors.
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