On Tuesday Hosni Mubarak remained unconscious, on a respirator and reports of his death were widely believed.The latest reports say Egypt’s former dictator is now stable and is regaining consciousness,a corespondent from Cairo said on Thursday
State news agency MENA had earlier cited medical sources to say that Mubarak was clinically dead. His heart had stopped beating and could not be revived, the report said.
Later, however, the agency, citing medical sources, said a medical team was still trying treat a blood clot on the brain.A team of 15 doctors, including heart, blood and brain specialists are supervising his condition .
The next 72 hours will be critical but he could survive, said the source. However, he may not regain all his intellectual and physical capacities and may have impaired concentration and vision due to a stroke.