Jayalalithaa breathes naturally, may be taken off respiratory support
According to doctors, Jayalalithaa who has been hospitalised since September 2016 is now good to breathe naturally .
Doctors of Apollo Hospital in Chennai may decide today to remove respiratory support being given to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa. According to doctors, Jayalalithaa who has been hospitalised since September 2016 is now good to breathe naturally. They said she was allowed to breathe naturally for three days and it went well. Doctors also expressed hope that Jayalalithaa would return to active life very soon.
Jayalalithaa was hospitalised on September 22 after complaining of high fever and dehydration . She had been on respiratory support as part of the treatment. The other day, in a statement issued from the hospital, Jayalalithaa said that she has had a rebirth and thanked all her well-wishers around the globe who prayed for her recovery. She also expressed her hope to resume to work very soon.