Former CM of Uttar Pradesh, Mulayam Singh Yadav is said to be in critical condition and has been undergoing treatment at Medanta Hospital. On October 3, the Samajwadi Party sources confirmed the same, and said, Yadav has been shifted to the intensive care unit (ICU) after his health condition deteriorated on October 2 night. The 82-year-old political leader is being treated since August 22.
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The Congress party officials confirmed that Party President Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to ICU, at Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi. On June 12, she was taken due to COVID-related issues and is said to be under stable condition. Randeep Surjewala, the INC Spokesperson said, "She is stable and will be kept at the hospital for observation". Recently, Gandhi was diagnosed with COVID-19 and was under home isolation.
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In Delhi's Rohini, a fire broke out in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ward of Brahm Shakti hospital, killing one patient, on June 11. Reportedly, all patients have been rescued, except one who was on a ventilator. At least nine tenders were rushed to spot to douse the fire. The cause of fire is not known yet, and further details on the matter is awaited.
Legend singer Lata Mangeshkar's health is improving, updated Dr. Pratit Samdani on January 23. The Breach Candy Hospital Dr. said, "Lata Ji is still in the ICU but her health condition is improving". Notably, Lata Mangeshkar was admitted to the Mumbai hospital on January 10, after being diagnosed with COVID-19. Later, the 92-year-old singer was also diagnosed with pneumonia and is currently being treated in the ICU.
Legendary Singer Lata Mangeshkar who recently tested COVID-19 positive and was diagnosed with pneumonia is still in ICU. "We are trying our best to ensure she recovers soon," said Dr. Pratit Samdani of Breach Candy Hospital. Furthermore, fans and wellwishers of Lata Ji are praying for her recovery. Many reports claimed she was on a ventilator but she is not on a ventilator, confirmed sources.
Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar is recovering well and is currently in the ICU, her family informed. She was recently tested positive for Coronavirus with mild symptoms and was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai on January 8. Later, she suffered pneumonia and was treated. Lata is known as Nightingale of India. She has been lauded with numerous awards, & is also a recipient of the Bharat Ratna Award.
Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, who contracted Covid-19 recently is under constant medical observation for the next 10-12 days. The singer has not only developed Covid-19 but also got pneumonia. Dr. Pratit Samdani, Mangeshkar's doctor said, "She has both Covid-19 and pneumonia. Due to old age, it will take time to recover." On January 11, the 92-year-old singer tested positive for Covid-19 and was admitted to the Breach Candy Hospital,… read-more
Legend Singer Lata Mangeshkar has been admitted to the ICU, at Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai, after testing positive for COVID-19, on January 11. Although she has mild COVID-19 symptoms, considering her age, 92-years-old, doctors advised her to be in ICU, for care. Mangeshkar's health conditions were confirmed by her niece Rachana, who said, "She will be fine. But it is going to take a while because of her age".
A month after veteran actor Dilip Kumar was discharged from the hospital over complaints of breathlessness, he has been admitted to Mumbai's Hinduja Hospital again on June 29 owing to the same reason. He is currently been monitored in the ICU and is said to be in a stable condition. "The doctors will see him on June 30 and take a call on his line of treatment," a source said.
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Shocking! In the ICU of Mumbai's Rajawadi hospital, a rat nibbled at the eye of Shrinivas Nagesh Yallapa, a patient on June 22. While the incident happened, Yallapa, was on ventilator support at the hospital. Describing the negligence of the staff, Yallapa's sister said, ''I found a bandage on his eye and saw blood underneath. This is a BMC-owned hospital.'' However, the hospital superintendent claimed no damage to his eyesight.
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