Sourav Ganguly, president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has made an “uneventful recovery”. He will be able to do all his normal activities in the next few days, said Dr. Aftab Khan of Apollo Hospital. On Sunday, Ganguly’s discharge from the Apollo Hospital was news.
“Ganguly, on January 2, had a heart attack and he was admitted to Woodlands and he did angioplasty on one of his arteries. At that time, we also diagnosed that he has a blockage in two other arteries and that was planned to be treated at the second stage. This time, he got admission for the angioplasty of the other two arteries. The left-sided arteries,” Khan told reporters while briefing about Ganguly’s health.
“We also checked the previous angioplasty and the stents were working fine. Two more stents were put on the left-sided artery. Ganguly made an uneventful recovery. His heart is very strong. We hope that within the next few days, he should be able to get back to all his normal activities. From our side, there are no restrictions in terms of physical activity. Over the next few days, he should be able to get back to doing all that he was doing.”
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“The medicines will continue and there are certain routine follow-ups within a period of one to two months… The most important factor is that his heart is under good preservation and the heart pumping is normal… He is mentally very strong, So, I am sure he will come out of this, and he has been a wonderful patient,” he added.
On Saturday, the medical bulletin by Apollo Gleneagles Hospital says that Ganguly is doing well, and all his vital parameters are stable. “Sourav Ganguly, who underwent angioplasty at Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata on January 28, 2021, has been examined by Dr. Aftab Khan today. He is doing well and all his vital parameters are stable,” the medical bulletin had read.
On Friday, Ganguly took a shift to a private room from the critical care unit. Ganguly underwent a second round of angioplasty on Thursday and two stents were inserted in coronary arteries. “The procedure was uneventful. Ganguly is stable and under close observation,” said the medical bulletin on Thursday.
On Wednesday, the Woodlands Hospital advising via a medical bulletin that Ganguly will be operated on. On Wednesday, after a good angioplasty, Ganguly went to the Apollo Hospital. Sources close to India’s former skipper said that there was nothing to think about.
On January 2, after he complained of chest pain, the BCCI President was under admission to Woodlands Hospital. He underwent angioplasty and was in the hospital for about five days before being eventually discharged on January 7.
After getting discharge, the former Indian skipper took to thanking the medical team of Woodlands Hospital. Also for looking after him and doing the needful procedures.
“I thank the doctors at the hospital for the treatment. I am absolutely fine. Hopefully, I will be ready to fly soon,” Ganguly had told reporters.
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