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    Playback singer SP Balasubrahmanyam extremely critical, confirms hospital


    The doctor says that his condition in the last 24 hours has deteriorated further, warranting maximal life support.

    SP Balasubrahmanyam (File Pic)
    CHENNAI: Popular playback singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam admitted for COVID-19 treatment and on life support is extremely critical, a hospital treating him here said on Thursday.

    Balasubrahmanyam, popularly known as SPB admitted on August 5, "remains on ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) and other life support measures," MGM Healthcare said.

    "His condition in the last 24 hours has deteriorated further warranting maximal life support and he is extremely critical," Assistant Director (Medical Services), MGM Healthcare, Dr Anuradha Baskaran said in a statement.

    A team of experts at the hospital are monitoring his health condition, she said.

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    11 Comments on this Story

    Vijaya Lakshmi30 days ago
    Great personality and a great humble singer ,gave music life to many and introduced many new entries to the music field .పాడుతా తీయగా, స్వరాభిషేకం programmes trend setters.we pray God his blessings tin SPB sir's health for his longlivity
    God is Great
    basheer30 days ago
    Andrew Suresh30 days ago
    Appa, you WILL have to come out of this. Mother Earth still needs you!
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