After This Operation Ahead Black Fungus Fall

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Jhansi. It is feared that black fungus patients enrolled at Maharani Laxmibai Medical College will develop the disease again. After the operation, one or two patients are again at risk of fungal infection from remaining microparticles. However, doctors say that the situation will only be clear after the examination.
About 20 patients with black fungus were operated on in the medical college. According to experts, patients will be given an amphoterecin B injection after the operation. These injections are used to remove the microparticles of the fungus that have been left behind after the surgery. Although the medical school gets these injections, their demand is much higher. It has been said that a patient gets four to six injections a day. This course lasts 20 days after the operation. According to the course, not a single patient has received full injections. At the same time, it is difficult for patients who undergo surgery in private hospitals to get only a few syringes. On Friday itself, a patient was admitted whose surgery was canceled, but it is feared it will turn back to a black fungus. The head of the ENT department, Dr. Sushil Kashyap announced that the patient will be examined. The situation will only be clear after an investigation. However, he said that if a patient gets black fungus again, the operation will have to be done again.
Received 200 injections, taken more than a hundred
The medical college received 200 anti-fungal injections. This is the first time such a large amount of injections have been made available. However, once it did arrive, patients with black fungus were given more than a hundred injections. May have a few more injections soon.
Two other patients found included
Two other black fungus patients have been reported. These patients were admitted to the ENT department of the medical school. Soon doctors will be able to operate on these patients. There is a chance the fungus could get near a patient’s eye.

Jhansi. It is feared that black fungus patients enrolled at Maharani Laxmibai Medical College will develop the disease again. After the operation, one or two patients are again at risk of fungal infection from remaining microparticles. However, doctors say that the situation will only be clear after the examination.

About 20 patients with black fungus were operated on in the medical college. According to experts, patients will be given an amphoterecin B injection after the operation. These injections are used to remove the microparticles of the fungus that have been left behind after the surgery. Although the medical school gets these injections, their demand is much higher. It has been said that a patient gets four to six injections a day. This course lasts 20 days after the operation. According to the course, not a single patient has received full injections. At the same time, it is difficult for patients who undergo surgery in private hospitals to get only a few syringes. On Friday itself, a patient was admitted whose surgery was canceled, but it is feared it will turn back to a black fungus. The head of the ENT department, Dr. Sushil Kashyap announced that the patient will be examined. The situation will only be clear after an investigation. However, he said that if a patient gets black fungus again, they will have to have surgery again.

Received 200 injections, taken more than a hundred

The medical college received 200 anti-fungal injections. This is the first time such a large amount of injections have been made available. However, once it did arrive, patients with black fungus were given more than a hundred injections. May have a few more injections soon.

Two other patients found included

Two other black fungus patients have been reported. These patients were admitted to the ENT department of the medical school. Soon doctors will be able to operate on these patients. There is a chance the fungus could get near a patient’s eye.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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