The physical defect that he left behind should not happen to anyone else. From his own experience, Sourav Ganguly gave the message of regular physical examination to the countrymen. Which can avoid heart disease.
Prominent doctor Devi Sethi arrived at Woodlands Hospital around 9.30 am on Tuesday. Met with Sourav. He later said that due to lack of regular physical examination, Sourav’s heart condition had not been detected before. If you had done the test, you would have understood about heart disease 15-20 years ago. If Saurabh had done the test like a scan at regular intervals, then the advance signal would have matched. However, Devi Sethi said that Saurabh also gave the message that the rest of the people should do the work that they could not do due to their busy schedule.
Sources close to the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said that the last time the BCCI president underwent a complete physical examination was in 2002-03, after Sourav suffered a mild heart attack last Saturday. Even then, Sourav was in international cricket. He retired in 2006. Nevertheless, in the intervening years, the nuts did not undergo a physical examination. And that’s the thing that can happen to anyone.
Devi Sethi said that no matter how fit you are, no matter how strict you are, if you do not get regular physical examination, you are more likely to have a heart attack. Physical examination should be done once in a year or once in two years. Devi Sethi said, ‘Sourav gave me this message. In my opinion, it should be made known to all of you.
But it is being done. Sourav Ganguly will be discharged from the hospital tomorrow (Wednesday). Prominent doctor Devi Sethi said, ‘I could have returned home today. I’m not going to say I’m here today. ‘
Prominent doctors arrived at Woodlands Hospital around 9.30am on Tuesday. There, after examining Sourav’s medical report, he discussed it with the medical board. Talked to Sourav too. According to Woodlands Hospital, Saurabh is fine now. I slept well at night. Have breakfast in the morning. He will be released from the hospital tomorrow. The house will be kept under regular observation. A decision on Saurabh’s angioplasty may be made within 15 days.
Later Devi Sethi said, Sourav has a good heart. The heart was not damaged. He has the same heart as a 20-year-old. He is perfectly healthy. There will be no change in Saurabh’s way of life. Even Sourav can run a marathon. You can also take the trouble of flying. He added that people all over the world are paying more attention to heart disease as a former player like Sourav has suffered a heart attack in just 46 years. Everyone is wondering how a former player like Sourav can have a heart attack in just 46 years. But in a country like India, this is the real picture. This is common in the way of life that Indians are accustomed to. It doesn’t depend on how fit a person is.
According to sources close to the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the last time the BCCI president underwent a complete physical examination was in 2002-03, after Sourav suffered a mild heart attack last Saturday. Even then, Sourav was in international cricket. He retired in 2006. Nevertheless, in the intervening years, the nuts did not undergo a physical examination. On Tuesday, Devi Sethi emphasized on that regular physical examination. He said everyone should have a physical examination at least once every two years. Then the early signs of heart disease will match. Heart disease to be avoided. According to him, Saurabh could do even a minimal CT scan. According to Rupali Basu, CEO of Woodlands Hospital, a physical examination should be done once a year.