The ace actor's creatinine and urea levels have been on the rise since Monday, and nephrologists are also mulling the option of providing "renal replacement therapy support".
Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee's kidneys not functioning well, efforts on to boost platelet count: Doctor
The 85-year-old thespian's creatine and urea levels have been on the rise since Monday, and nephrologists were mulling the option of providing "renal replacement therapy support", the doctor said.
Legendary Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee was put on ventilator support as his condition worsened further on Monday evening.
The critically acclaimed actor, who has the rare distinction of having worked with maestros such as Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen, Tapan Sinha and Tarun Mazumdar, was admitted to the hospital on October 6
Though there are issues of a little bit of restlessness, hesitation, non-complete recovery of the brain functions, doctors said that the 85-year-old vetran actor has no fever for over 70 hours now.
Doctors said that a few normal and regular tests will be conducted on the veteran actor on Friday.
The 85-year-old thespian, who tested negative for coronavirus on Wednesday, was administered "musical therapy" and physiotherapy on Thursday, a doctor said.
The 85-year-old thespian, who is presently not on any life support system, may require ventilation support to protect his airway if his present neurological condition does not improve, a doctor said.
Chatterjee was given plasma therapy twice on Saturday and the octogenarian also underwent a CT scan, he said.