Black fungus in Varanasi Six people have died so far and 24 patients have been treated in Bhu Hospital

Newspaper stand, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Utpal kant
Updated Tue May 25, 2021 9:27 AM IST

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Black mushroom continues to wreak havoc in Varanasi. Not only is the number of patients increasing, but so are the deaths. To date, 11 patients have died while 86 patients are being treated.

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The risk of black fungus is increasing in Varanasi. Now the total number of patients has risen to 86. Three patients were operated on in the BHU hospital on Monday. A total of 12 patients have been operated on so far. However, 11 patients with black fungus also died. In view of the situation, a 24-hour facility for patients with black fungus was set up at the BHU hospital. 75 patients are treated in Varanasi.For this purpose, in addition to the preparation of three operating theaters on behalf of the hospital, the duties of doctors and paramedical staff were also imposed. In addition, three patients were operated on on Monday. As the number of patients in the BHU hospital increases, so does other facilities such as screening, treatment and recruitment.

BHU Hospital Deputy MS Professor Saurabh Singh said the 24-hour surgical facility will bring great relief to patients.

After the increase in the number of patients on the post-covid ward in the breast ward of the BHU hospital, black fungus patients are now also being admitted to the Sushruta ward. Professional. Saurabh Singh said the medical team is monitoring the patient’s health.After the increase in the number of patients on the post-covid ward in the breast ward of the BHU hospital, black fungus patients are now also being admitted to the Sushruta ward. Professional. Saurabh Singh said the medical team is monitoring the patient’s health.

The hospital’s MS requested 300 vial injections from the health department after the government stopped 100 doses of the amphetresin B injection that BHU received from the government to treat patients with black fungus at BHU. Two days later, on Monday, two injections were received. In such a situation, treatment can be a crisis if no more injections are given.

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The risk of black fungus is increasing in Varanasi. Now the total number of patients has risen to 86. Three patients were operated on in the BHU hospital on Monday. A total of 12 patients have been operated on so far. However, 11 patients with black fungus also died. In view of the situation, a 24-hour facility for patients with black fungus was set up at the BHU hospital. 75 patients are treated in Varanasi.

For this purpose, in addition to the preparation of three operating theaters on behalf of the hospital, the duties of doctors and paramedical staff were also imposed. In addition, three patients were operated on on Monday. As the number of patients in the BHU hospital increases, so does other facilities such as screening, treatment and recruitment.

BHU Hospital Deputy MS Professor Saurabh Singh said the 24-hour surgical facility will bring great relief to patients.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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