Former Assam CM Tarun Gogoi’s health worsens due to post-COVID complications


    Previous Assam CM Tarun Gogoi’s health worsens due to post-COVID problems

    Gogoi is unconscious and has actually struggled with multi-organ failure, according to Assam Health Minsiter.

    Former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s health condition degraded with multi-organ failure and he has become unconscious with difficulty in breathing, Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Saturday.

    The 86- year old veteran Congress politician, who was on Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV) considering that he was admitted at Gauhati Medical College and Hospital(GMCH) on November 2 due to post-COVID problems, was put under invasive ventilation, the minister stated.

    His son and Lok Sabha MP Gaurav Gogoi has rushed to the medical facility along with Assam Chief Secretary Jishnu Barua.

    A host of senior leaders from the Congress has also reached GMCH to inquire about his health conditions.

    ” Around afternoon today, his condition weakened with troubles in breathing. So, medical professionals started an intubation ventilator, which is maker ventilation,” stated Sarma, who rushed to the GMCH and held a conversation with the physicians about Gogoi’s health.

    Gogoi is unconscious and has actually experienced multi-organ failure, the minister included.

    ” Efforts are on to restore his organs with medicines and other means. The medical professionals will likewise try a dialysis. Nevertheless, the next 48-72 hours are extremely crucial and we are doing whatever possible,” he said.

    Sarma said medical professionals of GMCH remain in consistent touch with professionals from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi and eliminated any possibility of shifting him to outside the state in this condition.

    ” We are routinely updating the household and every choice is being taken with their authorization only,” he included.

    On October 25, the three-time former chief minister, who was going through treatment for COVID-19 and other post-recovery complications, was discharged from the GMCH after spending exactly 2 months there.

    Gogoi had actually tested favorable for COVID-19 on August 25 and was admitted to the GMCH the next day.

    GMCH Superintendent Abhijit Sarma said, “Intubation is done. He is hemodynamically steady, however very crucial. We will observe him for the next 48 hours.”

    Mentioning that Gogoi is struggling with post-COVID conditions, the senior doctor notified the media that the GMCH is following the treatment protocol of the AIIMS, Delhi in Gogoi’s case.

    Sarma said he will brief the media next at 10 am on Sunday to offer an update of Gogoi’s health condition.

    He was admitted at the hospital on November 2 after complaining of restlessness the previous night and was right away moved to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to put him on NIV since of high ammonia level.

    Gogoi’s health condition is being kept track of by the exact same nine-member committee of physicians, led by the Head of Pulmonary Medication Dr Jogesh Sarma, which was formed by the state federal government after he checked favorable for COVID-19 in August.

    On November 5, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal called on Gogoi at the medical facility and wanted him a rapid recovery, stating the Congress politician as a “daddy figure to me”.

    ” He is our senior and we have a lot to do together in the interest of the individuals of the state,” Sonowal had actually stated.

    Gogoi had provided an audio tape from the ICU, stating that it was his aim in life to serve the individuals of the state till the end of his life and would continue to do so in whatever way he can.

    After his discharge from healthcare facility last month after post- recovery of COVID-19, the veteran Congress politician continued to stay under observation of the nine-member physicians’ team at his home here.

    The octogenarian leader’s condition had actually weakened on August 31 with unexpected fall in oxygen saturation level. He was administered plasma treatment and was stable later on.

    After testing unfavorable, Gogoi was admitted in the ICU in September as he established post-COVID-19 complications together with “a lot of comorbid conditions”.

    Taking no possibility, the state government had organised a video conference with the AIIMS Director Dr Randip Guleria with the GMCH physicians to examine Gogoi’s health conditions and the treatment offered to him.

    In the days before he evaluated COVID-19 positive, Gogoi was at the leading edge of the Congress initiative to form a ‘Grand Alliance’ consisting of all the opposition parties for the 2021 assembly polls and was holding meetings with all the stakeholders.

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