Camilleri ‘stationary, strong patient’ – Lifestyle

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(ANSA) – Rome, June 18 – The condition of writer Andrea
Camilleri who suffered cardiac arrest and was resuscitated
Monday is “stationary” and he is a “strong patient,” according
to the latest medical bulletin from Rome’s Santo Spirito
Hospital.
   
“The patient’s strong fibre is enabling us to continue a
planned the therapeutic and diagnostic plan with the intention
of supporting and stabilising the function of the vital organs”,
it said.
   
“The clinical conditions of writer Andrea Camilleri are
stationary but still critical,” said intensive care director Dr
Roberto Ricci, reading out the bulletin.
   
“The prognosis is still uncertain”.
   
The 93-year-old creator of Inspector Montalbano, arguably
Italy’s most famous fictional detective, was rushed to hospital
on Monday morning.
   

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