The well being situation of former West Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee was steady on Saturday morning, an official mentioned.
Mr Bhattacharjee, who’s on non-invasive air flow, slept properly final night time, she mentioned.
“Mr Bhattacharjee is okay. He is still on NIV and taking it well. He is maintaining all critical clinical parameters. Last (Friday) night was uneventful,” mentioned the official of the south Kolkata hospital the place he’s being handled.
The veteran CPI(M) chief was extubated from mechanical ventilator help on Friday morning.
“He is conscious and alert at present. His blood pressure, pulse and oxygen saturation are stable. His urine output is satisfactory. He is on IV fluids, IV antibiotics, IV steroids, and other supportive medications are on,” the official mentioned.
On Friday, Mr Bhattacharjee, 76, met his spouse and daughter and communicated with them satisfactorily.
The former chief minister was placed on mechanical ventilator help on the essential care unit of the non-public hospital the place he was admitted on Wednesday afternoon as his breathing-related issues aggravated.
Mr Bhattacharjee, the chief minister of West Bengal from 2000 to 2011, has been affected by COPD (persistent obstructive pulmonary illness) and different previous age-related illnesses for a while.
He has been away from public life for the previous few years attributable to his well being.