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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Sadhguru Recently Experienced a Potentially Fatal Circumstance

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Sadhguru had experienced excruciating headaches for the previous four weeks. He carried out his regular daily routine, social engagements, and even the Maha Shivaratri function on March 8, 2024, despite the intensity of the pain. On March 17, 2024, Sadhguru began to gradually lose consciousness, experience left leg weakness, noticeably worsen headaches, and have frequent vomiting episodes. Dr. Vinit Suri saw him admitted to Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals. When Sadhguru finally consented to an admission on March 17, Dr. Suri claims that he said, "This is the right time for you to carry out the procedure." On March 17, Sadhguru's neurological condition rapidly deteriorated. A critical CT scan of his head showed a significant rise in brain edoema and a potentially fatal lateralization of the brain. By March 15, 2024, when he saw Dr. Vinit Suri, Senior Consultant Neurologist, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi, at roughly 3:45 pm, the headache had become very bad. A subdural hematoma was promptly suspected by Dr. Vinit Suri, who also recommended an urgent MRI. At 4:30 p.m. on the same day, Sadhguru had an MRI of his brain performed at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, which revealed extensive brain bleeding. There was evidence of a recent 24-48 hour bleeding as well as a chronic bleed lasting 3–4 weeks. While Sadhguru was urged to check into a hospital right away, he had crucial meetings at 6 p.m. on 15 March and the India Today Conclave on 16 March. Under the care of a medical team that included Dr Vinit Suri, Dr Pranav Kumar, Dr Sudheer Tyagi, and Dr S Chatterjee, Sadhguru underwent an emergency brain surgery to stop the bleeding in his skull a few hours after being admitted. After surgery, Sadhguru was weaned off of the ventilator. Sadhguru's body, mind, and vital signs have all improved as he has made consistent progress. The Apollo team, which included neurosurgeons, neurologists, ICU clinicians, nurses, and OT staff, worked assiduously to guarantee Sadhguru the best possible outcome.



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