Kalyan Singh, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and former Governor of Rajasthan, admitted to the Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI) in Lucknow after complaining of infection, is unstable and doctors are keeping a close watch, SGPGI said on Monday. According to the health bulletin issued at 6.30 pm, the condition of Kalyan Singh is unstable.
Kalyan Singh’s oxygen therapy has been started after he complained of breathlessness on Saturday evening. He has been kept on ‘Non-Invasive Ventilation’ since Sunday evening due to further difficulty in breathing. According to the statement, senior doctors of the PCM, Cardiology, Nephrology, Neurology, and Endocrinology departments are constantly monitoring the health of the former Chief Minister.
Was admitted to SGPGI due to infection and neem unconsciousness
SGPGI Director Professor R. K. Dhiman is monitoring Kalyan Singh’s treatment. Significantly, 89-year-old Kalyan Singh was admitted to SGPGI on July 4 due to infection and neem unconsciousness. Earlier he was being treated at Ram Manohar Lohia Medical Institute. Significantly, 89-year-old Kalyan Singh was admitted to SGPGI on July 4 last due to infection and unconsciousness. Earlier, his treatment was going on at Ram Manohar Lohia Medical Institute.
CM Yogi Adityanath also reached PGI to meet him
CM Yogi Adityanath had also reached PGI to meet him on Sunday as soon as he received the news of the former CM’s ill health, it should be noted that in the last 15 days, CM Yogi has reached the hospital for the fourth time to know the condition of former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh, during which he was accompanied by Minister Suresh Khanna. And Kalyan Singh’s grandson Sanjeev Singh was also present there.
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