Despite aggressive therapy and supportive care, Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad’s condition has deteriorated, informed the Army Medical bulletin. Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad, who was found alive six days after being buried under 25 feet snow, was admitted Delhi’s Army Research and Referral Hospital. The medical team at R&R Hospital is monitoring his situation continuously and is treating him with best expertise and resources available in the world, the bulletin had earlier said.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The hospital has said he is expected to have a stormy course in the “next 24 hours” due to the complications caused by re-warming and establishment of blood flow to the cold parts of the body.Also read: Woman offers to donate kidney to critical Lance Naik KoppadHanamanthappa was flown out by a helicopter on Tuesday from the site of the avalanche that hit his post at Siachen Glacier along with a medical specialist to the base camp at the glacier, from where he was brought to the Thois air base. He was then transferred to Delhi by a fixed-wing aircraft of IAF along with a critical care specialist of the force and a medical specialist from the base camp.Hanamanthappa is being treated by a team of intensivists, neurologist, nephrologist, endocrinologist and surgeons. He has been administered fluids, drugs to bring up his blood pressure, besides antibiotics.

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Siachen braveheart: Lance Naik Koppad’s condition further deteriorates