At the Age of 58, Comedian Raju Srivastava Died in Delhi After Spending More Than a Month on a Ventilator

Comedian Raju Srivastava Died

A well-known figure in the entertainment sector, comedian Raju Srivastava, has gone away. At the age of 58 and after using a ventilator for more than a month, Raju Srivastava died in Delhi. On August 10, after collapsing during a workout at the gym due to chest trouble, Srivastava was admitted to AIIMS Delhi. The same day, he had an angioplasty.

Despite having an angioplasty operation, Srivastava has been using a ventilator since August 10 and his health has been stable since then.

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Hospital reports claim that around 10.20 am Raju Srivastava was pronounced dead. “About a half-hour ago, the family called to inform me that he had passed away. The news is terribly awful. Over 40 days were spent fighting for his life in the hospital.

Srivastava experienced a severe heart arrest on the treadmill on August 10. During the exercise, he passed out. His cousin Ashok Srivastava had informed the reporters the same day, “He was doing his normal exercise and as he was on the treadmill, he abruptly went down.”

He underwent angioplasty the same day he was admitted to the AIIMS hospital in New Delhi shortly after that.

On August 10, he had an angioplasty. This procedure, also known as balloon angioplasty and percutaneous transluminal angioplasty, is performed to open up blocked or constricting veins and arteries brought on by arterial atherosclerosis.

The goal of the angioplasty procedure is to remove the buildup of fatty plaque in the blood vessel, and it is advised for people whose heart function is already compromised.

The news of Srivastava’s health has shocked and saddened his admirers and supporters. Many concerns about how safe exercise is for heart health were brought up at the time of his heart attack. He was exercising regularly, just like his cousin.

According to doctors, heart crises during exercise are unavoidable in circumstances where blood vessel obstructions have been disregarded or go untreated. Exercise can occasionally cause an electrical disruption in the heart that results in cardiac arrest. Exercise that is difficult can potentially cause the fatty plaques to burst, which can result in a heart attack.

Srivastava, who became incredibly well-known as Gajodhar, had a distinguished career in the field. In addition to working in the entertainment sector, he also worked in politics. In the 2014 Lok Sabha Election, he ran as a Samajwadi Party candidate from Kanpur. He later joined the BJP, stating reasons for his departure from the party.

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