The prime minister is sedated and on a respirator. One could say his condition is grave.
The surgery proceeded with no complications . . . but . . . today's surgery didn't improve Sharon's health. Every such incident does not improve the prime minister's chances of waking up.
Today's surgery didn't improve Sharon's health. It is important to note that the central problem of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is the lack of consciousness, not the problem of his intestine area.
Every such incident does not improve the prime minister's chances of waking up. All possibilities remain open, but with each passing day, the chances are lower.
The central problem of Prime Minister Sharon is his unconsciousness. The stomach problem that was discovered overnight and today is in addition to the central problem.
Part of the treatment of the prime minister, in order to preserve low pressure in the skull, is sedation and respiration for at least the next 24 hours.
The situation is still serious, but it's stable. All the parameters ... are as expected following this type of surgery. Part of the treatment of the prime minister, in order to preserve low pressure in the skull, is sedation and respiration for at least the next 24 hours.
The prime minister can die tonight. The prime minister can go back to normal, relatively normal, life in six months. We can't forecast what will be tomorrow.
He is stable. All his signs are within normal limits but his condition is grave.
The Prime Minister received the most appropriate treatment for the medical condition in which he found himself. He was treated by the best experts at Hadassah and we made every effort to consult with experts from other places.
From the standpoint of his present condition, the situation is serious, the situation is stable, the situation is critical. But there is no immediate danger to the life of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
As far as his current condition is concerned, his state is serious, stable... there is no immediate danger to the life of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
In the morning, there was really immediate danger to his life, but now . . . (there is) no immediate danger.
It is routine in hospitals and we observed no complications. But it is clear that the development is not a good sign for the health of the prime minister.
The prime minister has had a CT scan that showed the cerebral hemorrhaging has stopped. The prime minister is now being transferred to the neurosurgical intensive care unit. In the unit, he will be treated, observed and cared for.
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.
During the surgery the cranial pressure was released and some of the blood clots that remained from the previous surgery were drained.
During the surgery the cranial pressure was released and some of the blood clots that remained from the previous surgery were drained. At the end of the operation there is no active bleeding.
During surgery, the increased intracranial pressure was released, part of the blood clots that remained after the first operation were drained. At the end of the operation, there is no active bleeding and the intracranial pressure has returned to normal.