Diarrhea spreads quickly around the city

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To tie. The outbreak of diarrhea is spreading rapidly in the city. According to Jareli Kothi, patients with vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pain have now increased in the areas of the Swaraj colony and the housing estate.
The situation is that when all the beds in the trauma center were full, the patients were treated to sit on the benches. The outbreak of diarrhea in Jareli Kothi did not stop. Every day 10-12 patients come to the district hospital for treatment.
Diarrhea is now spreading in the Swaraj colony and in the housing estate. About a dozen and a half patients were admitted from these areas on Monday. These included Sudha, Urmila, Pranshu, Shobha, Prabha, Vedang, Rakhi, Roshni, Pradeep, Jini, etc. All 22 beds in the trauma center remained occupied. Patients with vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain were treated by lying on benches and stretchers.
In this regard, Dr. Vineet Sachan, Medical Officer of the Trauma Center, that instructions have been given to get patients to the wards immediately when the patient population increases. CMS Dr. UB Singh shook off the chaos with the staff shortage.

To tie. The outbreak of diarrhea is spreading rapidly in the city. According to Jareli Kothi, patients with vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pain have now increased in the areas of the Swaraj colony and the housing estate.

The situation is that when all the beds in the trauma center were full, the patients were treated to sit on the benches. The outbreak of diarrhea in Jareli Kothi did not stop. Every day 10-12 patients come to the district hospital for treatment.

Diarrhea is now spreading in the Swaraj colony and in the housing estate. About a dozen and a half patients were admitted from these areas on Monday. These included Sudha, Urmila, Pranshu, Shobha, Prabha, Vedang, Rakhi, Roshni, Pradeep, Jini, etc. All 22 beds in the trauma center remained occupied. Patients with vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain were treated by lying on benches and stretchers.

In this regard, Dr. Vineet Sachan, Medical Officer of the Trauma Center, that instructions have been given to get patients to the wards immediately when the patient population increases. CMS Dr. UB Singh shook off the chaos with the staff shortage.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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