New Delhi Sourav Ganguly, the BCCI president and former captain of the Indian cricket team, will not be discharged from the hospital today. Ganguly’s family has given this information to ABP News. Earlier yesterday, the hospital administration had said that he would be discharged from the hospital today. At present, Sourav Ganguly’s health is stable. Ganguly, 48, was admitted to Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata after suffering a mild heart attack on Saturday.
Rupali Basu, MD and CEO of Woodlands Hospital, said, “Sourav Ganguly is clinically fit. He wants to stay in the hospital for one more day so he will go to his house tomorrow. ” Earlier he had told, “Ganguly will have to rest at home after being discharged. Ganguly’s health will be taken care of at home. “
Angioplasty will be done after a few days
Rupali Basu said that Ganguly’s condition is improving, so the angioplasty he has to undergo can be postponed for a few days. Currently, a nine-member board of senior doctors discussed and agreed on Ganguly’s health on Monday.
Health will be taken care of
During the meeting of the nine-member board of senior doctors, Rupali Basu said that the doctors treating Ganguly will continue to monitor his health. After a heart attack, a stent was inserted into a major artery of Ganguly’s heart. Angioplasty will have to be done in the coming days.
Had a heart attack
Let me tell you that 48-year-old Ganguly was admitted to a private hospital in Kolkata where he underwent angioplasty after suffering a mild heart attack on Saturday last week. A blockage was found in his three major arteries leading to the heart, which is also known as the triple vessel disease.