Peres remains in critical but stable condition

The hospital where Shimon Peres is being treated announced today that the former president remains in serious but stable condition.
Peres (archives) Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News

3 days ago, Israel’s 9th President Shimon Peres suffered a serious stroke and was rushed to Tel HaShomer Hospital. Today (Friday), the hospital staff said that there is no change in his condition as the former president and prime minister’s medical state remains critical but stable. Peres is still sedated and on a respirator.

Peres’ personal doctor and son-in-law Prof. Rafi Walden said yesterday during a radio interview: “Once we see that his condition is good, we will wake him up and allow him to breathe on his own but we cannot get ahead of ourselves.”

As reported by JOL, Peres was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday evening after he felt ill. The hospital staff determined that he suffered a serious stroke and that his condition is critical. The doctors sedated him and placed him on a respirator in order to administer treatment.

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