Monday, July 18, 2011

Doctors deny rumors about Mubarak in a coma

The health of the deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, is the victim of speculation. Farid el-Deeb, the former president's lawyer, said he suffered a sudden stroke and fell into deep coma. "I was informed about the sudden deterioration of the health of Mubarak and now I'm en route to Sharm el Sheikh.

All I know so far is that the (former) president is in a coma. " However, the Egyptian Deputy Minister of Health, Adel Adawi said that Mubarak is stable. "The health of former President Mubarak is stable and continues to receive attention in his room on the third floor of the international hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh." This version came to reinforce an official of the hospital where Mubarak is hospitalized under arrest, denying the alleged coma.

After the versions that did not fully make clear the health status of the former president of 83 years, the team leader supervising physician Mubarak denied that his health is in a coma or has suffered a stroke, as asserted by his lawyer. Dr. Assem Azzam said the ousted president pulled down very low blood pressure and felt dizzy, but is now stable.

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