MP Governor Lalji Tandon's condition improved slightly

There has been a slight improvement in the condition of Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon on Saturday as well. However, he is still kept on ventilator. In this regard, Dr. Rakesh Kapoor, Medical Director of Medanta Hospital, Lucknow, said that there has been improvement in the parameters of Tandon's blood and urine test report on Saturday.

However, the team of medical experts is monitoring him from moment to moment. Tandon is admitted in Medanta Hospital from 11 June. Till yesterday, his condition was considered critical. But on Friday, Dr. Kapoor had told that Lalji Tandon's condition is critical but under control. Along with Medanta's team for his better treatment, Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, AIIMS New Delhi, Dr. RK Dhiman, Director, PGI, Dr. Suryakant Tripathi, Chairman, KGMU Pulmonary Department, Dr. Deepak Malviya, former Director of Lohia Institute Being consulted

Earlier on Tuesday afternoon, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan reached Medanta Hospital to take his health. In fact, Lalji Tandon was admitted on the morning of June 11 due to breathing problems, difficulty in urination and fever. Treatment was started after testing by experts. There has been a lot of improvement in fever and urination problems. While recruiting, his Kovid-19 report turned out to be negative. During the investigation, a problem was found in his liver. CT Guided Procedure. After the procedure, the blood flow in the stomach increased, due to which his emergency operation was done. After this, on 15 June, problems in his lungs, kidney and liver had increased. However, there is a slight improvement in the condition now.

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