Indian cricket board chief Sourav Ganguly’s health is steady and he had a decent rest on Thursday night, while Doctors are intending to complete essential medical examinations on him on Friday, a senior official of the hospital where he is admitted said.
The Ex- India chief went through another angioplasty on the earlier day. Two additional stents were embedded to clear his stopped up coronary veins.
“Sourav Ganguly’s medical issue is steady. He had a decent rest around evening time. All his imperative boundaries are typical. Doctor will do vital tests on him in the first part of the day.
“Senior Doctor will complete an exhaustive exam following which a choice will be taken whether to move him to another ward,” the clinic official told PTI.
The 48-year-old cricket symbol was in the ICU on Thursday late evening following the angioplasty led by a group of Doctor including noted cardiologist Dr Devi Shetty and Dr Ashwin Mehta.
His oxygen uphold has likewise been taken out, the authority said.
Ganguly was hospitalized on Wednesday for the second time in a month because of his cardiovascular condition.
He had endured a gentle coronary failure recently and was determined to have Triple Vessel Disease. He had gone through an angioplasty method during which a stent was embedded to clear a hindered conduit.