Byline By- Balkrishna
Dr KK Aggarwal, a previous leader of the Indian Medical Association and a Padma Shri beneficiary, passed on the previous evening of Covid. Around fourteen days prior, Dr Aggarwal had shared a Facebook video pronouncing that he addressed the aggregate awareness of the clinical calling when he showed up on camera even while engaging Covid and pneumonia.
“The show must go on,” he said in the clasp which is presently turning into a web sensation via web-based media. It was one of the many recordings that the cardiologist had made with an end goal to instruct general society on Covid care.
Dr Aggarwal, 62, passed on at 11.30 pm on Monday “after a protracted fight with Covid”, reported an authority proclamation on his Twitter account.
“Ever since he became a doctor, Padma Shri Dr KK Aggarwal has dedicated his life to the welfare of the public and raising health awareness. Even during the pandemic, he made constant efforts to educate the masses and was able to reach out to over 100 million people through numerous videos and educational programs and saved countless lives,” said the statement.
Information on his demise incited a surge of sympathy messages from online media clients, and one of his keep going recordings re-emerged on the microblogging stage Twitter. Dr Aggarwal had shared the video on Facebook on April 30.
“I’m having Covid pneumonia which is progressive,” he said in the video. “But even then, remember Raj Kapoor’s words – ‘picture abhi baaki hai… the show must go on.”
He was renowned as a pioneer of streptokinase therapy for managing heart attacks and had introduced the colour doppler echocardiography technology in India.