BCCI President Sourav Ganguly is undergoing treatment at Woodlands Hospital. He was admitted to the hospital on Saturday last week after suffering from cardiac arrest.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly, will be discharged from the hospital on Thursday. He is currently undergoing treatment at Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata. The hospital administration said that Ganguly is fully fit. He was admitted to the hospital on Saturday following a cardiac arrest problem.
Ganguly was to be discharged today, but decided to stay in the hospital for a day. The hospital administration said that even after being discharged, the team of doctors would visit Ganguly’s house from time to time and take care.
Senior cardiac surgeon arrives to meet Ganguly
Earlier on Tuesday, senior cardiac surgeon reached Kolkata to meet the doctor Devi Shetty Ganguly. He met the medical team of 9 doctors treating Ganguly. He said, ‘Ganguly has no major problem. Blockage in coronary artery is known to all Indians. There is no problem in his heart. The heart of 48-year-old Ganguly is the same as it was 28 years ago.
Angiography and angioplasty occurred:
In the health bulletin released by the hospital, it was told that Ganguly’s ECG was done to know about his heart function. Respiratory rate is 15 per minute. Ganguly’s angioplasty was also done.
Saroj Mondal, head of the medical team treating Ganguly, had told that Dada’s condition is stable. Soon they will be able to participate in their daily activities.
The Prime Minister also spoke to his family members:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had spoken to Ganguly’s wife on Sunday and inquired about Ganguly’s health. Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah had taken a call about his health. Whereas West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee went to the hospital to see him.