Nobel laureate Mother Teresa was doing fine Saturday and resting comfortably a day after a pacemaker was implanted to restore normalcy in her heartbeats, hospital officials said.
There was no recurrence of the mild bout of fever she suffered Friday."Mother Teresa is cheerful and her general condition is good," a statement issued by the Woodlands Nursing Home hospital said.
Mother Teresa founded the charity in October 1959 in an abandoned hostel donated by the city of Calcutta. The order, which was formally recognized by the Vatican in 1965, expanded and now has 3,000 nuns working in 87 countries.