Ganguly was raced to the emergency clinic on Saturday after he whined of chest torment while working out at a rec center. He went through angioplasty after three little blockages were distinguished in his coronary supply route
Previous cricketer Sourav Ganguly can run a long distance race and fly a plane as his heart is as solid as it was the point at which he was 20, said cardiovascular specialist Devi Shetty in the wake of looking at the Board of Control for Cricket in India president at a medical clinic in Kolkata on Tuesday.
Ganguly was hurried to the emergency clinic on Saturday after he grumbled of chest torment while working out at an exercise center. He went through angioplasty after three little blockages were distinguished in his coronary supply route.
“This occasion won’t influence his way of life or life expectancy. He will have a typical existence like any other individual. Sourav can take an interest in a long distance race, fly a plane, or even return to cricket on the off chance that he needs without this occasion being any mishap as his heart has not endured any harm. He can begin telecommuting when he arrives at home,” said Shetty.
Ganguly is relied upon to be delivered from the clinic on Wednesday. He would be on oral drugs and checked consistently at home. Specialists have encouraged him to go through two more angioplasty for different blockages following half a month.
“He has the choice of both drug and angioplasty for different blockages. It would be a smart thought to go for angioplasty. We have left it for him to choose. He can hang tight for about fourteen days and afterward accept a call,” said Shetty.
He added Ganguly’s occasion has shaken the world bringing up an issue with regards to how a 48-year-old competitor like him, who doesn’t drink, smoke, or has some other indecencies, is a fit man, can have a respiratory failure.
“Regardless of how severe you are with your way of life, independent of how athletic you will be, you can at present have a respiratory failure on the off chance that you don’t go a preventive heart registration at normal spans,” he said. He added this occasion might have been anticipated years back and been forestalled had Ganguly gone through registration.
Shetty mentioned Ganguly to impact the nation’s games bodies to guarantee sportspersons go for compulsory heart and body registration in any event once in two years.
West Bengal boss clergyman Mamata Banerjee, who met Ganguly at the medical clinic on Saturday, said she was astonished to realize that he never went through any preventive registration.
Top cardiologists from India and abroad were counseled for Ganguly’s treatment. “On the off chance that Ganguly was in any first world nation, he would not have any preferable consideration over what he has gotten in Kolkata,” said Shetty.