Former Indian captain and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly is undergoing a second angioplasty at the Apollo Hospital in Kolkata. In the second angioplasty, stent will be placed in two blockages of Sourav's heart. On Wednesday, he was admitted to Apollo Hospital after suffering chest pain. On Wednesday, a three-member medical board was formed at Apollo Hospital to treat the former India captain, which includes Dr. Aftab Khan, Dr. Saptarshi Basu and Dr. Saroj Mandal. Dr. Aftab had also done angioplasty of Ganguly's brother Snehasish Ganguly.
The first angioplasty was done a few days ago
Ganguly had a mild heart attack on January 2, after which he was admitted to the Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata. His doctors had done his first angioplasty here. Actually, Ganguly has Triple Vessels Disease. In this disease, the 3 most important arterial blocks that deliver blood to the heart become. At the time of angioplasty in Woodland, one of Ganguly's three artery blocks was removed and stained. At that time, the board of doctors had not done the second angioplasty but said that it is necessary to remove the remaining blockages.
Vaishali Dalmiya met
On Wednesday, Ganguly's health condition reached Vaishali Dalmia, the daughter of former BCCI president, late Jagmohan Dalmiya and MLA. After the meeting, Vaishali said, 'He is relaxed and good. He looks healthy. Everything is likely to be fine. Saurav said that in the morning something seemed tiring. Since he underwent angioplasty a few days ago. Due to this, he has been brought to the hospital.