AIIMS team advises taking Union Minister Shripad Naik off ventilator – AIIMS team advised review of health status of Union Minister Shripad Naik, removal from ventilator


Union Minister Shripad Naik was seriously injured in a road accident (file photo)

Panaji (Goa):

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) team Union Minister Shripad Naik (Union Minister Shripad Naik) reviewed the health condition and advised to remove him from the ventilator on Wednesday. Significantly, Naik, injured in a road accident, is undergoing treatment at a hospital in Goa. An official of the team gave this information. While speaking to reporters late on Tuesday, the official also said that they are satisfied with Naik’s breath, blood pressure and other health parameters. The team from AIIMS New Delhi reached Goa on Tuesday evening and Porvorim Reviewed the health status of Naik at the Government Goa Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) located at

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A senior hospital official said that he later discussed with the doctors of GMCH, who are treating Naik, the 68-year-old Union Minister of State for Defense and AYUSH. State Chief Minister Pramod Sawant was also present with the team at GMCH. A member of the AIIMS Panel (AIIMS Panel) while speaking to reporters at GMCH late on Tuesday said, “We are satisfied with his breath, blood pressure and other health parameters. We have examined him and removed the ventilator tomorrow (Wednesday) gave advice.”

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Defense Minister Rajnath Singh went to see Naik at GMCH on Tuesday and later said that his condition is stable and that he is out of danger. Singh met with senior doctors including Dr. Shivanand Bandekar, Dean of GMCH and about Naik’s health. In the accident, his wife Vijaya and an assistant riding in a car with Naik died on Monday. The accident occurred near Ankola in Uttara Kannada district when the minister was returning to Goa from Dharamsthal in Karnataka. Sources had earlier told that Naik was admitted to GMCH in critical condition late on Monday night.
Dr. Shivanand Bandekar, Dean of GMCH, said that when Naik was brought to GMCH, his condition was serious but now the treatment is taking effect and his consciousness is returning. Naik underwent four surgeries at night.
Bandekar said that Naik will remain in the hospital for the next 10-15 days, after which it will take three to four months to recover completely.


Union minister Shripad Naik injured in road accident in Karnataka

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