Sonia shifted to Ganga Ram Hospital, stabletext_fields
New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi was on Wednesday shifted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here and was likely to undergo further tests for the fever and high blood pressure that she was suffering from, doctors said.
"Soniaji was brought to our hospital around 1.30 p.m. Her condition is stable now. Senior doctors are attending on her," a senior doctor told IANS.
Earlier, Gandhi, who took ill in Varanasi on Tuesday, was admitted to the Army Research and Referral Hospital.
According to doctors, she suffered from dehydration, fever and high blood pressure.
A Ganga Ram Hospital doctor, who did not wish to be named, told IANS that a medical board was being set up to study the Congress chief's health.
She has previously been treated for several health complications, including chest infection, at the Ganga Ram Hospital.
A health bulletin issued by the Ganga Ram Hospital stated that Gandhi's condition was stable.
"Sonia Gandhi is under medical care of a team headed by pulmonary medicine expert Arup Basu. She is dehydrated but is presently stable and her further investigations are being conducted. She is advised rest," said the bulletin.