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Embassy staff may be out of ICU soon: doc

The condition of Israeli embassy employee Talyeshova Koren, who was seriously injured in the bomb attack on Monday, is stable, doctors said on Wednesday.

delhi Updated: Feb 16, 2012 00:02 IST

The condition of Israeli embassy employee Talyeshova Koren, who was seriously injured in the bomb attack on Monday, is stable, doctors said on Wednesday.

"She is stable and conscious. She is talking to her family members. Her condition is improving. She is on painkillers," Dr Arun Bhanot at Primus Hospital in New Delhi said.

The 40-year-old wife of an Israeli defence attache suffered shrapnel injuries in the spine and liver following the attack.

Dr Deep Makkar, in-charge of international patients at the hospital, said, "We are monitoring her condition and tomorrow we might shift her out of the ICU."

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