Sourav Ganguly Is Doing Absolutely Fine After His Surgery – Doctors
By CricShots - Jan 29, 2021 3:11 pm
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, Sourav Ganguly has been witnessing a stable health condition and he had a good sleep on Thursday night, while doctors are planning to carry out requisite medical examinations on him on Friday, a senior official of the hospital where he is admitted said. The former Indian skipper underwent another angioplasty on the previous day. Two more stents have been implanted to clear his clogged coronary arteries.

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Sourav Ganguly

As per the quotes in PTI, the hospital official said, “Sourav Ganguly’s health condition is stable. He had a good sleep at night. All his vital parameters are normal. Doctors will carry out necessary tests on him in the morning. Senior doctors will carry out a thorough checkup following which a decision will be taken whether to move him to another ward.”

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The 48-year-old cricket icon was in the ICU on Thursday night after successful angioplasty conducted by a team of doctors including noted cardiologist Dr. Devi Shetty and Dr. Ashwin Mehta. His oxygen support has also been removed, the official said. Ganguly was admitted to the hospital for the second time in a month due to his cardiac condition on Wednesday.

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Sourav Ganguly to be admitted again due to chest pains

Saurav Ganguly had suffered a mild heart attack earlier this month and was diagnosed with Triple Vessel Disease. He had undergone an angioplasty procedure during which a stent was inserted to clear a blocked artery.

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Earlier this month, Ganguly was diagnosed with ”triple vessel disease” and had a stent inserted in a coronary artery as he had suffered a mild heart attack. After spending five days at the hospital, the BCCI president was discharged on January 7 after a team of doctors had termed him clinically fit.