Sai Dharam Tej is stable and by weaning from respiratory support; says hospital

According to the latest medical bulletin issued by Hyderabad’s Apollo Hospital dated 14 September 2021, “Sai Dharam Tej is stable and in weaning from respiratory support. The vital parameters and the biomedical tests are satisfactory. The expert team of doctors will continue to observe his clinical condition further. “

Sai Dharam Tej sustained soft tissue and a collarbone fracture after encountering a traffic accident on September 10, 2021. The actor allegedly drove over the speed limit on the road. His sports bike slipped and fell down by the cable-stayed bridge. He was taken unconscious to a hospital and later moved to Apollo hospital for a minor collarbone fracture.

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Earlier, the medical bulletin issued by Apollo Hospitals said: “Sai Dharam Tej is stable and all major organs are functioning well. He will continue to be on assisted breathing at the ICU for controlled close monitoring and further examinations will be conducted during the day.”

According to CCTV footage, which was checked by the police, the bike was driven at an average speed of about 75 km / h near the accident site. This is above the permitted speed limit on the road, which is said to be 30 to 40 km / h.

On the professional front, Sai Dharam Tej is awaiting the release of his film, Republic. The film also plays Aishwarya Rajesh and Jagapathi Babu in central roles and is directed by Deva Katta.

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