On May 16, Buddhadeb Bhattacharya was infected with Corona. A few days later, he was admitted to Woodlands Hospital.
File photo: Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee.
Former West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharyya, infected with Corona, has been discharged from Kolkata Woodlands Hospital on Wednesday. However, he will not be staying at the house on Palm Avenue. He and his wife Meera Bhattacharya were kept in a private nursing home on CIT Road, so that they could be kept under the supervision of doctors. Please tell that Buddhadev Bhattacharya has been ill for a long time.
Please tell that Buddhadev Bhattacharya has a daughter. She lives alone in the house with her parents and the former CM’s assistant has also got infected. In such a situation, it would have been difficult to take care of them at home and the expenses in Woodlands Hospital are very high. Keeping this in mind, he has been shifted to a private nursing home. He will also be accompanied by his wife Meera Bhattacharya.
At present the condition is physically stable
He is currently on Intermittent BiPAP support. However, slight shortness of breath persists. The problem of dry cough is much more under control than before. According to the medical bulletin that came on Wednesday, the oxygen content in his blood is 98 percent. Recently the amount of oxygen has increased and his blood pressure is also under control.
Was admitted to the hospital on 16 May
For the last two-three years, he is eating normally. He also spoke to doctors and hospital staff. Let us inform that on May 16, Buddhadev Bhattacharya was diagnosed with corona infection, but he said that he would not be admitted to the hospital. Due to this, he was being treated at home. Last Tuesday, the oxygen level in his body suddenly dropped. After that he was admitted to the hospital. The doctors told from the beginning that his physical condition is stable. Meanwhile, his wife Meera Bhattacharya had returned home after defeating Corona, but was again admitted to the hospital. The hospital authorities had constituted a 6-member medical board for the treatment of Buddhadev Bhattatarya.
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