Her Majesty the Queen at Chulalongkorn hospital


Her Majesty the Queen’s health condition has improved satisfactorily after she was admitted into Chulalongkorn hospital since July 24 for treatment of minor lung inflammation and blood infection, said the Bureau of the Royal Household on Saturday.


According to the bureau’s statement, a team of doctors who have been treating Her Majesty the Queen reported that, on July 22, Her Majesty the Queen had fever and coughed frequently. X-ray showed that she suffered from minor lung inflammation and blood test showed infection so doctors administered anti-biotic medication.

On July 24, however, the doctors advised that Her Majesty the Queen should be admitted into Chulalongkorn hospital for follow-up lung examination.

The statement said that the treatment was satisfactory as Her Majesty the Queen had no fever and her coughing had subsided. However, the doctors recommended that she stays on at Chulalongkorn hospital for another period of time before returning to Siriraj hospital.