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Sourav Ganguly’s health worsens again, hospitalized after complaining of chest pain

BCCI president and former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has been admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after complaining of chest pain.

BCCI president and former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has been admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after complaining of chest pain. According to the Indian Express, Ganguli was feeling restless and had mild chest pain since yesterday evening, after which his family members decided to take him to Apollo Hospital. According to the latest reports, his condition is stable.

Ganguly underwent angioplasty

In the official statement released by the hospital, it has been said that there has been no change in his parameter since the last time he was admitted to the hospital and he remained stable. Ganguly underwent angioplasty earlier this month when he suffered a mild heart attack. He was discharged a few days later but was also advised to undergo angioplasty again.

The Kolkata Police had made him a green corridor to make the journey from his home to the hospital easy.

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Earlier on January 2, Sourav Ganguly was admitted to the hospital on Saturday. A hospital official had said that he was admitted after complaining of chest pain. Ganguly, 48, was admitted to the emergency ward. At the time, he had complained of chest pain a day earlier in the evening after a workout session and family members took him to the hospital this afternoon when the problem recurred. Dr. Rupali Basu, MD and CEO of Woodlands, said Ganguly’s family had a family history of heart disease and was treated with anti-platelets and statins.

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