Jayalalitha Dead, Heart Stops Beating In spite of ECMO



TN CM amma Jayalalitha dies of heart attack on 5th December 2016, 11:30PM (23:30 HOURS) as stated by Apollo press release. 

PICS OF AMMA JAYALALITHA DEAD BODY (MORTAL REMAINS) RAJAJI HALL

chennai is in state of high alert and all Jayalalitha fans have started pelting stones at Apollo Hospitals. as per the last news we got about her alive latest health condition apollo hospital (official press release statements) post cardiac arrest, ECMO (extra corporeal membrane oxygenation) treatment details. She was admitted on 22nd september 2016, and still under treatment. there were many dead or alive rumors viral on social media twitter, facebook, whatsapp and all this is to create a buzz as it this situation has already been encountered by M karunanidhi many times (even he was rumored to be dead many times). the fact that there are only two strong parties in TN state and both leaders being old, people never miss a chance to create rumors about their health conditions. people of tamil nadu state doing poojas everywhere for the well being of their Amma who has impressed many with her 10rs water bottles, 5rs a meal (lunch) and many more poor people friendly projects, leave aside the quality. prayers are also done in front of the hospital where she is admitted. she is a diabetic and also has winter bronchitis. 






Amma Jaya Dies of Heart Attack 5th December 2016


Jayalalitha dies of heart attack on 5th December 2016



her Health condition latest news was that HER HEALTH IS DETERIORATING AND IN A VERY GRAVE SITUATION AND CRITICAL STATE. DOCTORS THOUGHT TRYING THEIR BEST HAVE LEFT THE REST TO GOD.


she has suffered a Cardiac Arrest on 4th December 2016 and is being treated by Apollo Doctors. She is on Extracorporeal Membrane Heart Assist Device

LATEST UPDATE - 5TH DECEMBER 2016









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A TEAM OF FOUR EMINENT CARDIOLOGISTS >> DR NARANG, DR TALWAR, DR TREHAN AND DR TRIKHA -- HAS LEFT FOR CHENNAI TO TREAT JAYALALITHAA, SAYS HEALTH MINISTER J P NADDA.



"THERE WAS AN ANGIO PROCEDURE (Heart Surgery) THIS MORNING. DOCTORS SAY DON'T WORRY, AMMA WILL BE FINE," SAID PARTY SPOKESPERSON CR SARASWATHI, ADDING, "WE ARE TELLING CADRES DON'T WORRY. GOD IS WITH AMMA, SHE WILL COME BACK. DEFINITELY SHE WILL BE OK."  














TN CM amma jayaram jayalalitha latest health condition, disease, treatment, date of admission, dischare date details press release Apollo hospitals chennai

when j jayalalitha had been admitted to the apollo hospitals chennai on 22nd september 2016, at first the doctors said the TN CM Amma who is now 68 years old was receiving treatment (antibiotics for infection) for "fever and dehydration" and also added that She was placed under observation and her diet was monitored but as we all know the curiosity among people who had been at the apollo hospital went out of control as her discharge was repeatedly being delayed and fake photos emerging on social media.




TN CM Jayalalitha No More, Dies Of Heart Attack



On 5th September 2016 TN CM Jayalalitha Dies of heart attack in spite of the best treatment given

on 3rd October 2016 doctors said that she was on "respiratory support" and under administration of antibiotics and aven a doctor (Dr Richard John Beale from the London Bridge Hospital) from the united kingdom specialized in critical care has been called to moniter the situation.


Amma Jayalalitha Dies Of Heart Attck, Tamil Nadu on High Alert



jayalalitha has so much control over her party that there is no second most important leader who can carry on her works and all need her authorization. her party workers cannot even think of a another leader whout their AMMA



on 6th october 2016 the apollo hospitals doctos again issued a press release statement that she continues to remain on respiratory support and that her health condition is improving and making gradual progress.

AIADMK Supremo Jaya Amma Dies Of Heart Attack on 5th December 2016


time to time lab and radiology investigations are continuously carried out by the panel of doctors and the present line of treatment includes antibiotics, nebulisation, drugs to de-congest the lungs, nutrition, general nursing care and supportive therapy.


A team of doctors also include experts from the All India Institute of Medical Science AIIMS consisting intensivists, cardiologists, respiratory physicians, infectious disease specialists and diabetologists.



they also added that the treatment should be continued and she would require a longer stay the hospital