Another black fungus patient died in Aligarh

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Aligarh. A black fungus patient has died at JN Medical College at Aligarh Muslim University. In this way, 4 black fungus patients died in the medical college. The unfortunate thing is that there has also been a shortage of injections in treatment. A patient in critical condition was referred to Delhi. On the one hand, there has been a decline in coronavirus infections and, on the other hand, the black fungus outbreak is wreaking havoc. Professor Aftab, chair of the ENT department at JN Medical College, said a patient with black fungus died on Wednesday night. So far, 37 patients have come to the Black Mushroom Medical School. 4 of them died. 21 patients are still being admitted, the rest went home after recovery. He said there were no injections to treat patients. Because of this, there are difficulties in treatment. When injections are available, we can treat patients better. Patients with diabetes are more prone to black fungus: Professor Siddiqui Aligarh. Professor Shahid Ali Siddiqui, Rector of JN Medical College, says patients with an infection who also have diabetes are at increased risk of black fungus infection. Hence, such people need to be very careful even if they are healthy. The Post-COVID-19 Clinic is operated at JN Medical College to help patients recovering from coronavirus infection with physical and psychological problems. But due to a lack of information and awareness, people are unable to use them properly. According to doctors, after recovering from the infection, people assume that gradually everything that is wrong will be fine.

Aligarh. A black fungus patient has died at JN Medical College at Aligarh Muslim University. In this way, 4 black fungus patients died in the medical college. The unfortunate thing is that there has also been a shortage of injections in treatment. A patient in critical condition was referred to Delhi. On the one hand, there has been a decline in coronavirus infections and, on the other hand, the black fungus outbreak is wreaking havoc. Professor Aftab, chair of the ENT department at JN Medical College, said a patient with black fungus died on Wednesday night. So far, 37 patients have come to the Black Mushroom Medical School. 4 of them died. 21 patients are still being admitted, the rest went home after recovery. He said there were no injections to treat patients. Because of this, there are difficulties in treatment. When injections are available, we can treat patients better. Patients with diabetes are more prone to black fungus: Professor Siddiqui Aligarh. Professor Shahid Ali Siddiqui, Rector of JN Medical College, says patients with an infection who also have diabetes are at increased risk of black fungus infection. Hence, such people need to be very careful even if they are healthy. The Post-COVID-19 Clinic is operated at JN Medical College to help patients recovering from coronavirus infection with physical and psychological problems. But due to a lack of information and awareness, people are unable to use them properly. According to doctors, after recovering from the infection, people assume that gradually everything that is wrong will be fine.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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