The former captain of the Indian cricket team was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after complaining of chest discomfort. Today, his angioplasty was done once again.
Kolkata: Sourav Ganguly, the current chairman and former captain of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), underwent angioplasty in a private hospital today. Hospital officials gave this information. Earlier on January 2, he had angioplasty after mild pain in his heart.
Pregnant cardiologist Devi Shetty decided to undergo angioplasty after examining all of Ganguly’s tests and consulting with hospital doctors. He said that two stents were put up to remove the blockage of the arteries of former 48-year-old Indian captain Sourav Ganguly.
A senior doctor said, “After assessing his condition, we decided to do angioplasty.” The former captain of the Indian cricket team was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after complaining of chest discomfort. After this, many of his tests were done.
Ganguly had complained of chest pain while exercising at his residence three weeks ago, after which investigation revealed that there were three obstructions in his arteries, for which stents were installed.
The doctor said, “Ganguly slept well last night. At the same time, senior CPI (M) leader Ashok Bhattacharya also reached the hospital.
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