Monday, 05 June 2023



LATEST NEWS Punjab to rationalise staff in Rural Development & Panchayats Dept HPNLU-CEDM, Two- Day International Conference on “Environmental Rule of Law and Justice” Universities of Punjab shines in Khelo India University Games Shiv Pratap Shukla stresses on Protected & Balanced Development Advisor Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar inaugurates state-of-art Cath Lab, CT Scan Unit at Ujala Cygnus Hospital, Srinagar Union Joint Secretary Angshuman Dey concludes 3 day Doda visit Maharashtra Agriculture Minister visits CoE for Temperate Fruits, Zawoora Judicial Academy organizes one day sensitization workshop on ‘Animal Laws’ World Bicycle Day celebrated at Anantnag Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav : Yuva Utsav on 'Panch Pran of Amrit Kaal- India @2047' organised at IM-GDC Shopian Two days workshop on ‘Obstetrics ultrasound color Doppler/ Fetal Medicine’ culminates at Lalla Ded Hospital Srinagar Joint Director Information Kashmir reviews functioning of the department Director Agriculture Chowdhury Mohammad Iqbal visits Pattan Sub-division of Baramulla District Central University of Punjab organised Cycle Rally to mark World Bicycle Day 2023 ADDC Pulwama reviews implementation of PM-KISAN World Bicycle Day: DC Dr. Doifode Sagar Dattatray Kupwara flags-off bicycle rally ‘World Bicycle Day’ celebrated at Bandipora DC Bandipora Dr. Owais Ahmed chairs NCORD, COTPA meeting Cycling event held at Old Secretariat to commemorate ‘World Bicycle Day’ KVIB Pulwama releases Rs. 7.99cr for establishment of 364 units : Dr. Hina Shafi Bhat Weekly review to speed up Nangal Flyover project


97-year-old man recovers from brain stroke in Bengaluru

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Bengaluru , 17 Jul 2020

A 97-year-old man recovered from brain stroke at a private hospital here amid the Covid-19 pandemic, an official said on Friday."Nonagenarian Prahlada Rao recovered from an embolic stroke caused by the narrowing of an artery, which restricted blood flow," said cardiologist Rajpal Singh of Fortis Hospital in the city's southern suburb.The treatment involved conducting carotid artery stenting to increase the patient's blood flow in the blocked areas of his heart."Carotid arteries serve as channels for blood flow to brain and facial structures. Narrowing in these arteries can cause a brain stroke, a mini-stroke, headache and neurological symptoms," said Singh.Rao, who lives with his family in the city, had frontal headache and double vision two weeks ago. Scanning indicated that he had an embolic stroke."This case was a challenge for various reasons. Although 97 years old, he was mentally agile and physically motivated even after recovering from an initial stroke earlier," Singh pointed out.The patient withstood the 45-minute procedure and was able to sit up and read newspaper the following day. He was discharged on the second day after treatment and is healthy now.


Tags: Health , Bengaluru , Brain Stroke , Nonagenarian Prahlada Rao , Cardiologist Rajpal Singh , Fortis Hospital



related news




Photo Gallery



Video Gallery



5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2023 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD