Bengal’s legendary actor Soumitra Chatterjee, who’s in hospital with COVID-19, could need to endure invasive medical procedures for medical doctors to deal with non-Covid problems which have flared up and are impacting his well being.
A key concern is possible relapse of prostate most cancers and its unfold to the lungs and mind. The plan of motion shared by the hospital contains aggressive neuro evaluation to seek out precise reason for encephalopathy or swelling of the mind that’s aggravating his situation and “likely invasive airway protection”.
Admitted to Kolkata’s Belle Vue Clinic on Tuesday, the 85-year-old thespian is “confused, restless, agitated, barely arousable with involuntary limb movements,” a medical report shared by the hospital stated Sunday night.
At the time of sharing the report, he was not on ventilator assist and was haemodynamically steady. However, he has intermittent fever of as much as 101 diploma C and a urinary tract an infection.
Mr Chatterjee has been given a second dose of plasma remedy on Sunday. He was given the primary dose on Saturday, overseen by key authorities medical doctors main the state’s convalescent plasma remedy. He is presently additionally being given Remdesivir, steroids, anticoagulants and oxygen remedy.
A medical staff of 10 medical doctors from Belle Vue have been joined by six consultants from outdoors to observe Mr Chatterjee’s situation.
Mr Chatterjee is Bengal’s most commemorated actor, has been ever since his debut Satyajit Ray’s movie Apur Sansar in 1959, following which he labored intently with the auteur on a complete of 14 movies.
He was additionally directed by Mrinal Sen, Tapan Sinha, Tarun Majumdar and different legendary filmmakers.
He continues to behave and ship in style cinematic hits in addition to stage performs, some he additionally directed.
His newest movie is Sanjhbati, which was launched in 2019.
Soumitra Chatteejee obtained the Padma Bhushan in 2004. In 2012, he obtained the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, the Government of India’s highest award for cinema for lifetime achievement. In 2018, he obtained France’s highest civilian award, the Legion of Honour.
Mr Chatterjee has made his mark not solely in movie but additionally in theatre, as a author, playwright and director.