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No change in Sharon's condition: Docs

The Israeli Prime Minister was admitted to hospital on Wednesday night after suffering a massive brain stroke.

world Updated: Jan 06, 2006 12:46 IST

There has been no change in Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's condition overnight and all "vital signs are stable", a hospital spokesman said on Friday.

"There has been no change during the night. All the vital signs that we measure -- blood pressure, intra-cranial pressure -- all these vital signs have been stable, within the normal levels and this is positive," Shlomo Moryussef, director of the Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem said.

A team of medics would meet later in the day to discuss whether Sharon should undergo another Computed Tomography (CT) scan, he added.

Sharon was admitted to hospital on Wednesday night after suffering a massive stroke and doctors then battled for seven hours to stop bleeding in his brain.

First Published: Jan 06, 2006 12:04 IST