Siddaganga seer admitted to BGS hospital in Bengaluru

The seer has undergone endoscopic procedure and stenting for liver tube five times in the last two-and-a-half years.

Siddaganga seer Shivakumar Swami (111) has been admitted to BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital in Kengeri after complained of fever last night. He arrived at the hospital on Saturday evening from Tumakuru.

Dr B S Ravindra, a gastroenterologist at the hospital, said that initial blood reports of the seer are showing some infection and further reports are awaited. The seer also underwent an ultrasound and CT scan of the abdomen. “He could probably have a gallbladder or the liver tube infection. We are ascertaining it. We have started the antibiotic dosage as of now,” he added.

Dr Ravindra said that already nine stents have been implanted in his liver tube as he has issues with his pancreas and his liver tube is blocked. 

The seer has undergone endoscopic procedure and stenting for liver tube five times in the last two-and-a-half years.

“The seer does not have any other health complications. He wakes up at 4 am and does all the other activities with without any problem. He is also performing puja in the hospital. We will wait for further blood test reports to continue the line of treatment," Dr Ravindra said.

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