Former Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s health has deteriorated due to non-functioning of many organs and he fainted with difficulty in breathing. State Health Minister Himant Biswa Sarma gave this information on Saturday. The minister said that senior Congress leader Gogoi (86) was admitted to Guwahati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) on November 2 after complaining of restlessness.
Sarma, who arrived at GMCH Hospital to get information about Gogoi’s health, said, “Around noon today, his condition deteriorated due to difficulty in breathing.” Therefore, the doctors started an intubation ventilator, which is machine ventilation. “He said that Gogoi is” completely insensitive “and that many of his organs have stopped functioning. He said, “Efforts are on to recover his organs with medicines and other means.” The doctor will also try dialysis. However, the next 48-72 hours are very important and we are doing everything possible. ”
Sarma said that GMCH doctors are in constant contact with experts of All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi and they have ruled out any possibility of taking Gogoi out of the state in this condition. Gogoi, who was a three-time chief minister, was discharged from the hospital on October 25, after he recovered from the corona virus. Gogoi was found infected with Kovid-19 on 25 August and was admitted to the hospital the next day. He was in the hospital for two months.
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