Hazare's condition fairly stable: Doctors

Hazare's condition fairly stable: Doctors

 The condition of Anna Hazare admitted to a hospital here with complaints of breathlessness and high blood pressure is ''fairly stable'', doctors said today.

"We conducted a good number of investigations on him and as per the reports there are no surprises yet. His condition is fairly stable," Dr A K Dubey, Medical Superintendent at Medanta Medcity hospital, said.

Dubey said a team of doctors led by cardiologist Dr Naresh Trehan and Dr R R Kasliwal, Head of internal medicine, are attending on 74-year-old Hazare. The activist was admitted to the hospital yesterday.

Kasliwal said Hazare was admitted with complaints of breathlessness and high blood pressure.

"We have accomplished some investigations and reports state that his condition is stable. We are waiting for the results of some more tests," he said.

Dubey said that based on the results of the remaining reports a decision can be taken on when to discharge Hazare.

Hazare had undergone a routine check-up at the same hospital last August soon after he had ended his 13-day fast on the Lokpal issue.

"He has come to us with a specific problem and we are treating him for that. His bronchitis condition is also under control," Dr Kasliwal said.