- Doctors told the condition normal late on Monday evening
- Was sent from Medanta Hospital to Sitapur Jail 6 days ago
- Admitted due to difficulty in breathing
On July 13, Azam Khan was sent back to Sitapur Jail after his health improved, but his health again deteriorated before a week had passed. Due to which he was again admitted to Medanta Hospital in Lucknow on Monday afternoon. Late in the evening, the hospital administration described Azam Khan’s condition as normal.
Lucknow was brought due to low oxygen level
SP leader Azam Khan was sent back to Sitapur jail after recovering completely from Medanta Hospital 6 days ago, but was admitted to the district hospital on Monday morning after his sudden health deteriorated. Where after the examination, the doctor said that due to low oxygen level of Azam Khan, he is suffering from weakness and shortness of breath. At the same time, the doctor of the district hospital advised Azam Khan to be referred to Medanta Hospital in Lucknow. After which he was admitted to Medanta after reaching Lucknow by 3 pm.
Azam Khan under the supervision of experts, health improved
Azam Khan’s health is now said to be stable in the health update issued by the medical director, almost three hours after he was admitted to Medanta Hospital. He was admitted to the emergency due to weakness and shortness of breath. They are constantly being examined by the hospital’s critical care team and a team of other experts. According to the information, his health is being told to improve.
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