MP Governor Lalji Tandon's condition stable, facing breathing problem

Lucknow: The treatment of Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon continues in Medanta Hospital in Lucknow. He is still on ventilator support. However, he is not out of danger right now. He is unable to breathe by himself. His muscles have become weak. At the moment, we are talking to the doctors with a hint. You are understanding things as well. On asking anything, he is responding with gestures. Dr. Rakesh Kapoor, Medical Director of Medanta Hospital has shared this information about Lalji Tandon.

Governor Lalji Tandon was admitted to Medanta Hospital on 11 June. On 13 June, the operation was done on stomach bleeding. He has been on critical care ventilators since then. According to Medanta Hospital, Lalji Tandon is being given ventilator critical care support. However, for the last few days, they are being kept without ventilator for half an hour in between, so that ventilator support can be removed gradually.

Actually, according to Dr. Rakesh Kapoor, Medical Director of Medanta Hospital, the Governor has a problem of comorbidity and neuro muscular. Trouble breathing. In such a situation, he has been shifted to ventilator again.

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