Former cricketer Tauseef undergoes angiography after suffering heart attack

Former cricketer Tauseef undergoes angiography after suffering heart attack

LAHORE: Former Test cricketer Tauseef Ahmed underwent an angiography after his health deteriorated, a private hospital in Lahore confirmed Monday. Ahmed was at a wedding, for which he had travelled from Karachi to Lahore a few days back, when he had a heart attack and was rushed to a hospital. The CEO of the private hospital, Dr Sabir Malik, said Ahmed was given a stent three years ago and is also an asthma patient. He said Ahmed does not need to undergo angioplasty or a bypass operation. The next 48 hours are, however, critical, the doctor said. Former Pakistan cricket captain Sarfaraz Ahmed took to Twitter to give an update on Ahmed’s health.

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