When will Abid Ali be discharged from hospital?


Pakistani Test cricketer Abid Ali shares a video message with fans following a heart procedure, in Karachi, on December 22, 2021. — PCB
Pakistani Test cricketer Abid Ali shares a video message with followers following a coronary heart process, in Karachi, on December 22, 2021. — PCB

KARACHI: Pakistani Test cricketer Abid Ali, who has been hospitalised following chest pains throughout a match, will be discharged “early next week”, an announcement from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) stated on Thursday.

Ali was recognized with “acute coronary syndrome” on Tuesday after he complained of chest ache throughout a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Central Punjab at UBL Sports Complex in Karachi.

It was found on the “cardiac hospital” he was taken to that two of his arteries are blocked, sources instructed Geo News yesterday. After preliminary checks have been carried out, he underwent an angiography after which an angioplasty to position a stent in his coronary heart, they added.

The sources stated on the time {that a} second angioplasty will additionally be achieved to position a stent within the second blocked artery.

Later yesterday, the PCB confirmed that the second process was efficiently accomplished.

“The PCB medical team is liaising with the Interventional Cardiologist regarding further treatment and rehabilitation. Abid is currently stable,” the assertion stated.

The PCB, in its assertion at this time, stated that the batter has now “commenced his rehabilitation”.

“As part of his rehabilitation process, he did light walking in the morning without showing any discomfort,” the assertion learn.

“He will continue his rehab in the hospital until he is discharged early next week,” it added.

Yesterday, the PCB launched a video message from Ali to his followers, after his first angioplasty.

“I am thankful to God as I am faring well,” stated Ali.

“I request all of you to pray for me as I have another medical procedure. So I request all my family members, fans and all my well-wishers to pray for me.”

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