The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chairman Sourav Ganguly will undergo several medical tests on Thursday, after which a decision will be taken about the next step of treatment. This information was given by a senior doctor in the panel treating Ganguly. Ganguly, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after complaining of chest discomfort. He is likely to have angiography done. The doctor will then decide whether it is necessary to have a second stent.
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The doctor said, ‘Ganguly had a good night’s sleep. They had a light breakfast in the morning. Many of his tests are due today, after which a decision will be taken. Famous heart specialist Devi Shetty can also reach here in the evening. He will hold a meeting with doctors treating Ganguly after seeing the test report. The doctor said, ‘not once check Teej on the field come, we will decide whether or not they would put two stents. ”
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According to the family source, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee called Ganguly in the morning to inquire about his condition. Senior CPI (M) leader Ashok Bhattacharya also reached the hospital. Significantly, earlier this month, the former India captain had chest pain while exercising at home, after which he was admitted to the hospital. After this Ganguly underwent angioplasty. A nine-member medical team was formed to treat him and a stent was inserted into the heart artery after consulting experts such as Devi Shetty, RK Panda, Samuel Mathew, Ashwin Mehta and Shamin K Sharma from New York.