Sourav Ganguly had complained of discomfort in his chest while at the gym in his house, after which he was rushed to the hospital.
According to the CEO of Woodlands Hospital, Sourav Ganguly is keeping well and the medical board has decided that angioplasty would be done for two damaged coronary arteries at a later date.
Former India cricket captain and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, who was admitted to Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata on Saturday after he complained of chest pain, has undergone angioplasty and is currently stable, news agency ANI reported quoting Dr Aftab Khan of the hospital.
Sourav Ganguly is likely to be discharged from the hospital on Wednesday, Woodlands Hospital MD & CEO Dr Rupali Basu told reporters on Monday. She informed that the BCCI president and former India captain is keeping well and the medical board, in consultation with Ganguly’s family members, decided that angioplasty would be done for two damaged coronary arteries at a later date.“Our nine-member medical board met today at 11.30 am with reputed specialists on zoom platform. The consensus of the board was that deferring the angioplasty for now is deemed to be a safer option since Mr Ganguly is stable, without any chest pain and is on optimal medical management,” Dr Basu said at the press conference