- Arun Jaitley was admitted to hospital on Friday
- He has been advised by doctors he may get better with dialysis, medicines
- It is not yet clear as to when Mr Jaitley will resume office
Mr Jaitley, 65, who was admitted to Delhi's premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences or AIIMS on Friday evening, did not undergo any transplant and has been advised by doctors that he may get better with dialysis and medicines, sources close to his family said.
The doctors, who had kept him under observation for two days before taking him for dialysis, have decided to wait for some time to see if a kidney transplant surgery is essential.
Due to the high risk of contracting infection, the minister would be kept in a controlled environment with barely any visitor being allowed to see him.
AIIMS sources, however, said that he is under observation and is likely to undergo renal transplant soon.
A series of medical tests were conducted on Mr Jaitley, who is a diabetic, in the last few days.
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