Jayalalithaa is interacting, progressing gradually: Apollo hospital

It also stated that Jayalalithaa continued to be under observation for all vital parameters, respiratory support and passive physiotherapy.

Written by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai | Updated: October 22, 2016 10:12 am
jayalalithaa, jayalalithaa health, jayalalithaa health news, amma health, amma health news, jayalalithaa news, amma news, india news Friday’s health bulletin, the first in 11 days, seemed significant as it revealed that Jayalalithaa was “interacting”.

Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, who is undergoing treatment in hospital from September 22, is “interacting and progressing gradually”, said Apollo Hospitals in its latest medical bulletin issued on Friday evening.

It also stated that Jayalalithaa continued to be under observation for all vital parameters, respiratory support and passive physiotherapy. The bulletin added that Jayalalithaa was being treated by experts of the Critical Care Group, senior cardiologists, senior respiratory physicians, senior consultants of the infectious disease department, senior endocrinologist and diabetologist.

Amid reports that Jayalalithaa was on ventilator after being hospitalised, Friday’s bulletin, the first in 11 days, seemed significant as it revealed that she was “interacting”. Reliable sources in the hospital said there was significant progress in stabilising her lung ailment through a minor surgical procedure while a team of critical care experts and cardiologists continue to monitor her.

Meanwhile, police have arrested eight persons and registered 43 cases against people who allegedly spread rumours about Jayalalithaa’s health.

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    Joy
    Oct 22, 2016 at 6:38 am
    Wish her speedy recovery and long life; politically I don't like her policies , but she is our Chief Minister. Corruption is still rampant in TN, yet she could win the hearts of people. We people of Nilgiri has no political god-fathers and more are less is like orphans; yet the free rice-scheme of Jayalallitha through PDS made less poverty in TN. The only good thing done by any government is allowing a college (Bharatiyar University) for the people of Gudalur (Nilgiris). Thousands of students are graduating from there. This is under the Chief Minister -ship of Jayalalitha. Even hundreds of students from neighbor state of Kerala is studying in this college. Let us remember and be grateful to the good things done by any government, whether we like their policy or not.
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      Ashok Mazumdar
      Oct 22, 2016 at 3:14 am
      Who Cares for Her, other than Madris, from Tamilnadi.
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