“He takes oral medications and is monitored daily by doctors and nurses at home.”
A spokesperson for the hospital confirmed that he had been found to have an occlusion of the coronary artery that had been “stented in the right coronary artery” and that the former Indian captain and current BCCI chairman was “on track”. did. After discharge, Gangley takes oral medications and is “daily monitored by doctors and nurses at home.”
Dr. Rupari Bass, CEO and CEO of the hospital, told reporters in Kolkata on Tuesday that “Sulove Gangley is doing as we all clinically expect.” Told. “He slept well, had breakfast, talked to us and had his team of doctors see him. Dr. Devi Shetty (cardiac surgeon) was here and physically time with Sourav as well as his team of doctors. Spent today.
“We reaffirmed the consensus decision from a highly experienced medical committee with the opinions of 13 members and 2 experts (15 doctors from abroad and India in total), Sourav tomorrow. Decided to be discharged on January 6, 2021. Oral medications will be monitored daily by doctors and nurses at home. Of course, Sourav will follow the following sequence of steps or after about 2-3 weeks. Ready for medical intervention. “
Dr. Bass also said that Gangley had no known comorbidities, had a family history of heart disease, and tested negative for Covid-19.
Dr. Shetty told a media delegation outside the hospital, “There was no major problem with Solab. This is a problem most Indians experience at some point at the time: coronary artery occlusion. ..
“Did he damage the heart? No. He was occluded and uncomfortable, but landed at the right hospital at the right time and received the right treatment. His heart Is as strong as Sourav today. I was 20 years old. I want you to understand that there were no major heart events that could damage the heart. He has a very strong heart. I will. “
Vishal Dikshit is a Senior Deputy Editor at ESPNcricinfo.
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