Union Minister Shripad Naik is Conscious, Recovering: GMCH Dean


    Union Minister Shripad Naik is Mindful, Recovering: GMCH Dean

    Panaji: Union minister Shripad Naik, confessed in a Goa health center after he consulted with an accident, is mindful and recovering and has actually been taken off the ventilator, a leading health authorities stated on Wednesday night. In a medical publication, Dr Shivanand Bandekar, Dean of the Goa Medical College and Health Center (GMCH) where Naik has been admitted, stated a team of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences was of the view that there was no need to move him to Delhi.

    In the early morning, AIIMS doctors extubated Naik (eliminated the tube inserted to assist him in breathing) and he was put on High Circulation Nasal Cannula (HFNC), Bandekar said. Naik’s Blood Pressure, pulse, urinary and blood specifications were normal, he was taking oral fluids and reacting to all oral commands, the Dean said.

    The AIIMS group was continuously keeping track of Naik’s development along with GMCH doctors, he stated. Earlier in the day, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant had stated that Naik was recuperating and there was no requirement to move him to New Delhi for additional treatment.

    The AIIMS team led by Dr S Rajeshwari was “delighted with the line of treatment”, Sawant said. Naik, the Union Minister of State for Defence and AYUSH, is conscious and speaking, he stated.

    ” He spoke to me in the early morning. We are offering him the very best treatment at the GMCH,” Sawant said. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, who went to the GMCH on Tuesday, had said that if required, Naik will be shifted to New Delhi for further treatment.

    The AIIMS group got here in Goa on Tuesday evening and went to Naik at the government-run GMCH located in Porvorim. Speaking to reporters late Tuesday night at the GMCH, one of the members from the AIIMS team stated, “We are pleased with his breathing, blood pressure and other health parameters. We have actually seen him and provided suggestions to take him off the ventilator tomorrow (Wednesday).” Naik got injuries, while his wife Vijaya and an assistant died on Monday when their cars and truck met accident near Ankola in Uttar Kannada district while he was going back to home state Goa from Dharmasthala in neighbouring Karnataka.

    Dr Bandekar had actually said on Tuesday that when Naik was given the GMCH, he was important and four significant surgeries were performed on him. Bandekar had likewise said that Naik will continue to remain in the health center for another 10 to 15 days, and it will take a minimum of three to four months for him to recuperate totally.


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