Washington, May 28: Former US President George H.W. Bush was hospitalised to be treated for low blood pressure and fatigue, a family spokesman said.
"The former President is awake and alert, and not in any discomfort," spokesman Jim McGrath tweeted on Sunday, adding that the 93-year-old will likely remain at Southern Maine Health Care in Biddeford, Maine, "for a few days for observation".
President @GeorgeHWBush was taken to Southern Maine Health Care (@SMHCHealth) today after experiencing low blood pressure and fatigue. He will likely remain there for a few days for observation. The former president is awake and alert, and not in any discomfort.
— Jim McGrath (@jgm41) May 27, 2018
Bush was released from Houston Methodist Hospital this month after being admitted for a virus just a few hours after attending the funeral of his wife, former first lady Barbara Bush, who died on April 17, reports Efe news.
Bush suffers from a type of Parkinson's that hampers his ability to walk and has been hospitalised several times over the last few years for a variety of health conditions.
Last year, he was admitted in January and April for respiratory complications and had to undergo surgery. In 2015, he fractured a neck vertebrae and in 2012 he spent Christmas at Houston Methodist Hospital due to bronchitis and a viral infection.