Assam singing sensation rushed to the hospital
Through a press meet, doctors of the hospital gave the news that the health condition of Zubeen Garg is stable now
Popular Assamese singer Zubeen Garg was admitted to a private hospital in Guwahati on Thursday night after he complained of uneasiness.
Sources said the singer was admitted to the city's Ayursundra hospital on Thursday around 10.45 PM. Zubeen's wife Garima Garg took him to the hospital.
Dr Pranab Barua, who is supervising the singer's treatments at the emergency ward of the hospital, said that there was an issue of high blood pressure at the time of his admission to the hospital.
The team of neurologists including Dr Deepjyoti Payeng and Dr Simranjit also arrive at the hospital to treat the patient.
Every doctor unitedly worked to lower his blood pressure and achieve success. Even though the health condition of the singing sensation was stable, he was shifted to a special room on the fourth floor of the hospital.
A continuous ECG, cardiac markers and Echocardiogram were done on Garg yesterday and today his blood samples were taken for the test. A team of gastro specialists was also summoned as Garg complained of mild gastritis.It was around 1 AM when Garg's was relieved from the bodily discomfort which he was facing due to the high blood pressure.
Doctors said that the health condition of the singer was much better and he even had his morning breakfast. A continuous ECG, cardiac markers and Echocardiogram were done on Garg yesterday and today his blood samples were taken for the test.
A team of gastro specialists was also summoned as Garg complained of mild gastritis. Ultrasound was done immediately to see the results.
A team of 7 doctors has been dedicated to taking care of the singer and it has been hoped that if his health condition continues to remain stable, he shall be discharged very soon.
Earlier in February last year, Zubeen was admitted to Nemcare Hospital after he fell unconscious while talking to the media in Guwahati.
He was released after being hospitalized for almost 10 days.
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