Thursday, April 7, 2011

Satya Sai Baba Good or bad news but fan are doing Pooja

Large media contingent and the millions of fans waited with bated breath for news from the Sri Sathya Sai Baba, confessed to the Sri Sathya Sai Baba Institute of Higher Medical Sciences (SSSIHMS), Puttaparthi, Ananthapur district in Andhra Pradesh 10 days ago.
There was disappointment, because even on Wednesday there was little information from the team doctors spiritual leader. No one could visit him.
"Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba will remain stable. His clinical parameters such as blood pressure, respiratory rate, blood biochemistry, and other parameters are satisfactory. His breathing is easier than before and dialysis support was reduced. The level of awareness is also showing noticeable improvement. A team of doctors attending on him is keeping close watch "Dr. Safaya, director SSSIHMS, he said.
Team of 27 doctors from the top shelf, including 12 from abroad, is involved in the treatment of the god man, who suffered multiple organ dysfunction. Most of his major organs failed, and the proper functioning of biological systems to external support.
Doctors expressed optimism, but declined to indicate any time frame for recovery of Baby. Baba responds to treatment, and we hope for his recovery with modern treatment, millions of fans and prayer, "they said.
It took 10 days from the Sri Sathya Sai Baba was admitted to the intensive care unit of SSSIHMS. Shroud of secrecy over the status of a revered holy is to the detriment of Puttaparthi, where speculation is rife. The hospital turned into a fortress. Its gates are closed, and a branch of the armed police was brought to throw a thick ring of security around him. Nobody is allowed to enter and the media is kept at bay.
bus to the village have been completed.
The sample to be close to Baba devotees is so rigidly limited, it is not mounting frustration. "Our patience is running out. Why are they not letting the world the true state of Baba?" We could see the video clippings, at least. We want transparency. The way things are handled, not saying for sure whether Baba is alive or not, "he said devotee of Narasimha, who was born and raised in Puttaparthi, the bad are kept in the dark.
In response to the impatience of supporters, Dr. Safaya said that no one can be admitted to the ICU, as it could put Baba to infection.

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