Sourav Ganguly goes through another angioplasty, two additional stents embedded: Report

Sourav Ganguly, BCCI Chief
File image of Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly, BCCI Chief
File image of Sourav Ganguly

Specialists on Thursday played out an angioplasty on BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, said an authority of a private clinic where he is conceded. Two stents are probably going to be embedded to free squares in a coronary supply route from the 48-year-old previous Indian cricket skipper, he said.

The choice to direct an angioplasty was taken after noted cardiologist Devi Shetty experienced reports of tests led on Ganguly and counseled specialists treating him at the medical clinic.

“Subsequent to diagnosing his condition, we have chosen to do angioplasty,” a senior specialist told PTI.

Prior, a progression of tests were directed on Ganguly who was hospitalized on Wednesday for a test for his cardiovascular condition.

Ganguly had whined of chest torment while practicing at his home around three weeks prior. He was determined to have three impeded coronary supply routes at that point and had a stent embedded in his correct coronary course in another emergency clinic,

The BCCI president “rested soundly throughout the evening. He had a light breakfast,” the senior specialist said.

As indicated by a source in Ganguly’s family, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee may visit him at the clinic. She likewise called him up toward the beginning of the day to enquire about his wellbeing,

Senior CPI(M) pioneer Ashok Bhattacharya likewise visited Ganguly at the medical clinic.

The previous left-gave batsman was on Wednesday evening raced to the private medical clinic on EM Bypass here from his Behala home as he felt “unsteady with slight uneasiness in chest”.

A green hall was made by the city police for his smooth travel to the clinic.

An assertion gave by the clinical foundation on Wednesday night expressed that few tests were completed at the crisis ward, however there was “no adjustment in his (fundamental wellbeing) boundaries since his last hospitalization”.



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