Black fungus – Increased risk of black fungus, one patient found admitted to the KGMU

Rae Bareli Another black mushroom was found in the district. The elder Babu’s wife, who works in the child development and nutrition department, was also hit. The patient was admitted to the KGMU in Lucknow after confirmation of the examination that was carried out during treatment in a private hospital in the district. The employee’s wife has an increased nose and eye problem.
So far, six cases of black mushrooms have been reported in the district. Two patients died from it. Babu’s wife, an elder in the child development and nutrition department, was admitted to a private covid-19 hospital in the city after being hit by Corona.
Symptoms of black fungus were observed during the multi-day treatment. Black fungus was confirmed when the matter was investigated. The patient was then referred to Lucknow. The patient is treated at the KGMU. It is said that there has been a lot of infections in the woman’s nose and eye.
No treatment for black fungus in the district
The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Virendra Singh says there are not enough precautions in place to treat black fungus in the district. After confirmation of the fungus in the investigation, the patients are referred to Lucknow.
They say there is pain in the nose, bleeding or nasal congestion, swelling in the nose, tooth or jaw pain or tooth falling, blurring or pain in front of the eyes, no visible or visible twitching, fever, chest. If symptoms such as pain, cough, difficulty breathing, vomiting blood, etc. The patient should be taken to the hospital immediately. Don’t be careless about it. See a doctor soon, even if you experience mild symptoms.
The drug risk also increased in the market
Black fungus has started to come to the district, but private hospitals have no provision for treatment. Injections and other drugs are not available in medical stores. However, the people in the district are quite concerned about the drug problem. Injections are not available anywhere in the market.

Rae Bareli Another black mushroom was found in the district. The elder Babu’s wife, who works in the child development and nutrition department, was also hit. The patient was admitted to the KGMU in Lucknow after confirmation of the examination that was carried out during treatment in a private hospital in the district. The employee’s wife has an increased nose and eye problem.

So far, six cases of black mushrooms have been reported in the district. Two patients died from it. Babu’s wife, an elder in the child development and nutrition department, was admitted to a private covid-19 hospital in the city after being hit by Corona.

Symptoms of black fungus were observed during the multi-day treatment. Black fungus was confirmed when the matter was investigated. The patient was then referred to Lucknow. The patient is treated at the KGMU. It is said that there has been a lot of infections in the woman’s nose and eye.

No treatment for black fungus in the district

The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Virendra Singh says there are not enough precautions in place to treat black fungus in the district. After the examination has been confirmed, the patients are referred to Lucknow.

They say there is pain in the nose, bleeding or nasal congestion, swelling in the nose, tooth or jaw pain or tooth falling, blurring or pain in front of the eyes, no visible or visible twitching, fever, chest. If symptoms such as pain, cough, difficulty breathing, vomiting blood, etc. The patient should be taken to the hospital immediately. Don’t be careless about it. See a doctor soon, even if you experience mild symptoms.

The drug risk also increased in the market

Black fungus has started to come to the district, but private hospitals have no provision for treatment. Injections and other drugs are not available in medical stores. However, the people in the district are quite concerned about the drug problem. Injections are not available anywhere in the market.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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