Ambarish recovering fast, stable

Ambarish recovering fast, stable

 Housing Minister and actor M H Ambarish is likely to be shifted to the ward from Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Vikram Hospital in Bangalore in a couple of days as his condition is fast improving.

Health Minister U T Khader and Dr Ravish, who is treating the actor, told reporters on Monday that Ambarish is recovering fast and his condition is stable.

“There has been remarkable improvement in his health as he is responding to the treatment very fast. Doctors have reduced intake of sedatives by 50 per cent. His condition is likely to come back to normalcy. There is no need to worry,” they said.

The reports of X-ray and scanning indicate marginal reduction in infection level. Ambarish would be able to breathe normally in another 48 hours. However, doctors have decided to put him on ventilator to prevent him from exhaustion. Hence, nobody should spread rumours about his health, Dr Ravish said.

Ambarish’s son Abhishek Gowda landed in Bangalore from London on Monday. He rushed to hospital and enquired his father’s health. 

A steady stream of prominent personalities continued to visit the hospital on Monday. The visitors included Union Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge, former chief ministers D V Sadananda Gowda, H D Kumaraswamy and actor B Saroja Devi.

Council wishes 

The Legislative Council on Monday wished ailing film actor and Minister for Housing Ambarish a speedy recovery.

Prior to the commencement of the session, Leader of the Opposition D V Sadananda Gowda moved the House seeking to speak a few words about Ambarish. Leader of the House S R Patil, too, wished the minister a speed recovery and said he had contributed immensely to both cinema and politics.

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