BCCI President Sourav Ganguly says he is “absolutely fine” after discharge from the hospital

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly says he is “absolutely fine” after discharge from the hospital.

Sourav Ganguly: The president of the richest board of Cricket, Sourav Ganguly says he is “absolutely fine” after he left the Woodland’s Hospital in Kolkata. Ganguly who suffered mild cardiac arrest got discharged from the hospital on Thursday and looked fine to all the supporters.

I am absolutely Fine says Sourav Ganguly:

“We all visit hospitals to save ourselves and that has proven correct. I thank all the doctors of Woodland’s Hospital Kolkata who took excellent care of me. I am here standing because of them. I am right now absolutely fine. I hope taht I will be ready to sly soon,” Sourav Ganguly said while leaving the hospital.

The BCCI president had an angioplasty on his right coronary artery after he suffered a mild cardiac arrest on Saturday. He was soon rushed to the Woodland’s Hospital. Ganguly is right now on oral medications and will be regularly monitored by the doctors and nurses at his home. Two more coronary arteries have blockage right now and the proper treatment with medical procedures will be held soon after he gets completely fine.

“Sourav Ganguly will be monitored regularly even after he is discharged. All the process will be held in his home only on daily basis,” said Dr. Rupali Basu, MD, and CEO of Woodlands Hospital.

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