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Gogoi�s health condition improves

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 3 - Former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi�s health condition has improved and he is now out of danger. Gogoi�s vital health parameters are being monitored constantly by a team of doctors and there are regular updates after every two hours. �As far as his (Tarun Gogoi�s) overall health status is concerned, he is haemodynamically stable. His saturation is under control at about 94-96 per cent on face mask with minimum amount of oxygen that is been given. So, technically speaking, he is at present out of danger,� GMCH superintendent Dr Abhijit Sarma said.

The former Chief Minister was admitted to the GMCH on Sunday night after he complained of restlessness. �We have removed him from Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV). He is now on (oxygen) mask. He has improved a lot,� Dr Sarma said. He said that there is marginal improvement with regard to carbon dioxide retention level in the former Chief Minister�s body.

The veteran leader is communicating with his doctors. The former Chief Minister spoke with his son and Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi last night, after the latter arrived in the city.

Tarun Gogoi will, however, have to stay in the intensive care unit (ICU) for the time being.

�He (Tarun Gogoi) has to stay in the ICU till we are confident that he is perfectly stable. Once he is perfectly stable we will take him out (of ICU) and shift him to a cabin,� Dr Sarma said.

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Gogoi�s health condition improves

GUWAHATI, Nov 3 - Former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi�s health condition has improved and he is now out of danger. Gogoi�s vital health parameters are being monitored constantly by a team of doctors and there are regular updates after every two hours. �As far as his (Tarun Gogoi�s) overall health status is concerned, he is haemodynamically stable. His saturation is under control at about 94-96 per cent on face mask with minimum amount of oxygen that is been given. So, technically speaking, he is at present out of danger,� GMCH superintendent Dr Abhijit Sarma said.

The former Chief Minister was admitted to the GMCH on Sunday night after he complained of restlessness. �We have removed him from Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV). He is now on (oxygen) mask. He has improved a lot,� Dr Sarma said. He said that there is marginal improvement with regard to carbon dioxide retention level in the former Chief Minister�s body.

The veteran leader is communicating with his doctors. The former Chief Minister spoke with his son and Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi last night, after the latter arrived in the city.

Tarun Gogoi will, however, have to stay in the intensive care unit (ICU) for the time being.

�He (Tarun Gogoi) has to stay in the ICU till we are confident that he is perfectly stable. Once he is perfectly stable we will take him out (of ICU) and shift him to a cabin,� Dr Sarma said.

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