The Spanish newspaper ABC reported that in recent days the Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was induced into a coma due to constant critical weaknesses of his vital signs, which are maintained by artificial assistance provided in the hospital in La Habana, Cuba.
According to the sources consulted by ABC on Monday said they had scheduled a shutdown of the artificial assistance that supports the life of the Venezuelan president. This would mean the death off the Venezuelan president at any time.
While Venezuelan authorities state that Chavez is still alive, although they seem to be preparing the country for the Venezuelan leader’s death. With constant fever, unconsciousness and unresponsive to antibiotics, Chavez came to the end of the year in intensive care. The leader has not eaten anything solid for three weeks, when he underwent surgery.
The Spanish newspaper added that the Venezuelan leader’s respiratory function was artificially assisted after a tracheotomy he underwent due to an infection that caused fluid retention in his lungs. This diagnosis adds itself to the renal failure that assails him.