Prince Philip undergoes successful heart treatment

Queen Elizabeth's husband has been bedridden for some time when he felt unwell two weeks ago. He has now undergone heart treatment. 

Prince Philip undergoes heart treatment 

The Duke of Edinburgh has gone through a successful process over a lingering heart condition, a palace statement reads. The statement also reads the duke will stay in the hospital for treatment and. Observation for some days. The prince was observed for infection before being sent to Bartholomew's Hospital on Tuesday for a test on his heart.

In 2010, the prince was rushed to the clinic via helicopter after having pains in his chest during the Xmas period. He was then treated for artery problems at Papworth clinic and had an instrument fixed in his heart. His 100th birthday will be in June and was conveyed to the clinic on February 15 after a mild illness. Why he was admitted wasn't made public, but they insisted it wasn't COVID-19 related. A week later, the palace said he had been moved to a barts hospital quickly via ambulance. 

Duke of Edinburgh has been in and out of the hospital for a while 

The Duke was visited by the Prince of Wales shortly after his admission. When a reporter proved a palace official about the state of health, he said there was good news about improvement, and he was responding to treatment. The prince has suffered from several ailments like Corona bladder and heart conditions, he has been in and out of the hospital for some years. 

Critics have called for more transparency about the health conditions of the royal family as much as it has always been secret, but the palace has insisted it will give much information as required. The royal family has been blessed with good health and long life which many attributed to fantastic health facilities. The prince has stepped down from his official royal roles in 2017.