A series of medical tests will be conducted on BCCI President Sourav Ganguly on Thursday following which a decision will be taken on his next course of treatment a senior doctor at the hospital where he has been admitted said.
The BCCI President has been hospitalized on Wednesday for the second time in a month will undergo angiography & doctors would decide if another stent insertion was necessary. Earlier in January he was diagnosed with ”triple vessel disease’‘ & had a stent inserted in a coronary artery after suffering from a mild heart attack.
“Mr. Ganguly slept well all night. He had a light breakfast this morning. A series of tests will be conducted on him today to decide on the next course of treatment,” the senior doctor, who is part of the panel attending to the cricketing icon, said.
“Once the test results arrive, we will be able to determine if two stents have to be inserted to open the blocks in his arteries,” he added.
According to the sources the Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee called Ganguly in the morning to enquire about his health. The former left-handed batsman was on Wednesday afternoon rushed to the private hospital on EM Bypass here from his Behala residence as he felt “dizzy with slight discomfort in chest”, the family source said.
A green corridor is also created by the city police for his smooth travel to the hospital. A statement issued by the medical establishment on Wednesday evening stated that several tests were carried out at the emergency ward of the hospital, but there was “no change in his (vital health) parameters since his last hospitalization”. Sourav Ganguly has been admitted “for a checkup of his cardiac condition”, the statement said.