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Sheba hospital director "deterioration of Ariel Sharon very serious" Featured

Israel, The day after the announcement of the deteriorating condition of former Prime Minister from Sheba hospital where he was hospitalized stated that he suffers from - function in the body and that his condition continues to be critical. "There is a danger of his life"

Director of Sheba Medical Center , Professor Zeev Rotstein , said this morning ( Thursday ) that the deterioration in the condition of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is very serious , and there is a danger to his life. In a press release , stated Prof. Rothstein : " We've witnessed the ups and downs of the medical condition in the past two and a half months, but he returned back and stabilized , yet the last two days we expect a gradual decline in function of the number of critical organs in his body ."

According to the director of the hospital , Sharon's condition is defined as critical. " This is the situation today , with the background of this long period with comorbidities . We expect a decline in function of the number of elements that are essential to life . I can not be a prophet, but the feeling of the doctors treating him and his family is that there is an adverse change ," he noted . " Everyone's feeling is that the deterioration is very serious deterioration , even our sense ."

Sharon's condition , the 11th Prime Minister of Israel , began to deteriorate in December 2005 then suffered a mild stroke , for which he was hospitalized for a few days at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. He was scheduled to undergo heart catheterization , but the day before surgery, on January 4, 2006, he felt ill . He was rushed to the hospital , and after a series of tests revealed that he suffered a stroke two more serious . After emergency treatment given to him , he fell into a coma . When it became clear that Sharon could not continue to serve as chairman of the party and the deal for the 17th Knesset , replace these positions Ehud Olmert , in his capacity as Acting Prime Minister.

Early last year, AFP reported an improvement in the condition of Sharon, and he was taken to Soroka Hospital in Beersheba for MRI examinations . That same day delivered from Tel Hashomer hospital that Sharon's condition remained unchanged and that he be returned there after a few hours of testing . Last September, Sharon underwent planned surgery beforehand stomach. Analysis , designed to fix something in his stomach feeding lasted about an hour and went as expected.
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