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20 January, 2018 07:58:59 PM
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Ivy’s condition improves

Independent Online Desk
Ivy’s condition improves
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The condition of Narayanganj City Corporation Mayor Selina Hayat Ivy, who suffered a brain haemorrhage and now taking treatment at Labaid Hospital in the capital, is much better now, said her physicians on Saturday.

Prof Dr Baren Chakrabarti, head of the Cardiology Department of the hospital said the physical condition of Ivy is much better now, but the details can be known after getting the fresh CT scan and MRI report.

“Ivy now eating normal food and have no other complications physically but has a small injury mark on her leg,” he said.  

Baren Chakrabarti, also head of the medical board formed for Ivy, said “She had a brain haemorrhage, this type of patients might have second haemorrhage after three or four days of the first haemorrhage, so we conducted another CT scan this morning.”

The report of previous CT scan and current CT scan will be compared and then the medical board will decide over the next course of treatment for Ivy, he added.

Ivy suffered a low blood pressure on Thursday and was rushed to the hospital in Dhaka. 

Earlier on Tuesday, at least 50 people, including seven policemen and five journalists, were injured in a clash when hawkers supported by local lawmaker Shamim Osman and his loyalists deterred Narayanganj City Corporation Mayor Selina Hayat Ivy's move to free illegally occupied roads and footpaths at Chashara intersection of the river town in the afternoon.unb.

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