A 62-year-old man has died after being admitted to hospital for more than four weeks with a suspected heart attack.
The man had suffered a stroke while in hospital, and was taking medication, his family have said.
His family said the man had been receiving treatment at the University Hospital of East Anglia, and had not been feeling well.
“He was in excellent condition, was taking good care of himself and had a very strong heart and lungs, but he was not feeling well,” his daughter-in-law, Helen, told the BBC.
The man was taken to hospital on Wednesday (local time) and died a day later. “
There’s nothing more to say.”
The man was taken to hospital on Wednesday (local time) and died a day later.
He had been treated at the hospital with a blood pressure cuff and medication, Ms Maitland said.
A spokesperson for the NHS said the patient was being taken to a specialist unit in the UK for further treatment.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends,” the spokesperson said.
The BBC understands the man was admitted to the hospital on Monday (local times).
Mr Maitlands sister, Mary Ann, said: “He has been very, very ill.
He has not been doing well.
“The only thing I can think of is, he’s going to miss us. “
“I don’t know why he’s gone to hospital.” “
Mr Mairns father, Peter Mait, was a former member of the British Army and had served in the Middle East. “
I don’t know why he’s gone to hospital.”
Mr Mairns father, Peter Mait, was a former member of the British Army and had served in the Middle East.
His father served in Afghanistan in the 1990s.
Ms Mairlands family had been travelling to Jordan with him, but were unable to return home.
She said she was shocked by the news.
“They’re not really thinking about the future of his family or their family,” she said.
He’s a really lovely man and a very nice guy.” “
For him to be in hospital is just so tragic.
He’s a really lovely man and a very nice guy.”
A spokesman for the National Health Service said it was not yet known what caused the man’s condition.
He was being treated in a specialist facility in the Midlands.
Ms Dorey said her family was devastated by the man, but wanted to reassure people he was doing well in hospital.
“His dad had a heart attack in the hospital and they had taken him off life-support,” she told the news programme.
If it were up to him, he wouldn’t have died.”