Governor Lalji Tandon undergoes Dialysis, condition critical
The condition of Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon is getting serious. He has been admitted to Medanta Hospital in the capital Lucknow for more than a month.
Lucknow: The condition of Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon is getting serious. He has been admitted to Medanta Hospital in the capital Lucknow for more than a month. Where his condition is said to be critical. Lalji Tandon is on ventilator.
According to Medanta director Dr. Rakesh Kapoor, Governor Tandon has problems with comorbidities and neuro-musculature. He is having difficulty in breathing due to this. Due to which he has been shifted back to ventilator and dialysis is being done.
Governor Lalji Tandon under treatment:
Governor Lalji Tandon was admitted to Medanta Hospital on 11 June last month. At the same time, on 13 June, the ventilator was shifted. Two days in between, he was put on a by-pap machine. On 13 June he underwent an operation when he had stomach bleeding.
Since then he was on a continuous critical care ventilator. The ventilator was temporarily removed. On 27 June, he was put on a by-pap machine to deliver oxygen in pressure but he was not relieved. Therefore, he was again shifted to the Critical Care Ventilator.
According to experts, both by-pap and ventilators are MacKay nickel ventilation machines. If the patient is severe and is not in sync. But, unable to breathe. Carbon dioxide cannot be removed. In such a situation, support of by-pap machine is provided. Oxygen is given in the pressure by applying a mask on the mouth and nose.
At the same time, the patient begins to faint, the acidity in the body increases, and carbon dioxide increases further, in such a situation, the patient starts becoming very serious. It is better to give him ventilator support. In this, a tracheostomy is done near the patient's throat. Indotracheal tube is inserted into it. Through this, direct oxygen is delivered.