Farrukhabad News, Farrukhabad, black fungus – suspected black fungus patient found in a private hospital in the city

Farrukhabad A suspected black fungus was found in a private hospital in the city amid the corona epidemic. There was panic when the matter reached the administration. The hospital operator didn’t even get the GMO’s phone. Now the CMO is talking about a thorough investigation into the matter.
The district judge has named 15 private hospitals in the city to treat corona-infected patients. Among them there are some hospitals that do not have an appointment for a doctor. Then patients are cheated by trusting the dentist somewhere.
A patient who was admitted to a hospital in the Tirahe housing estate underwent a CT scan in a nearby pathology department. The suspected fungal attack was described in his report. With that, the family began treatment by providing information about black fungus.
When the pathology report went viral, few doctors lifted a finger at the private hospital. They say that this hospital does not have an MBBS doctor on duty, which doctor then wrote for the CT scan and which doctor is now being treated. This is an injustice to patients on behalf of treatment. There was a panic as soon as the report went viral. When he phoned the hospital operator about this, he said there was no black fungus patient in his hospital and disconnected the phone. After this time, Kaal did not receive any more. When the pathology report reached the CMO, he called the hospital operator but was unable to speak. CMO Dr. Vandana Singh said that black fungus is not being studied in the district. Suspicious fungus was reported on the CT scan report. We haven’t been able to speak to the hospital operator yet. The full details of the patient could not be found with it. This whole matter is being thoroughly investigated. Then it would be appropriate to say something.

Farrukhabad A suspected black fungus was found in a private hospital in the city amid the corona epidemic. There was panic when the matter reached the administration. The hospital operator didn’t even get the GMO’s phone. Now the CMO is talking about a thorough investigation into the matter.

The district judge has named 15 private hospitals in the city to treat corona-infected patients. Among them there are some hospitals that do not have an appointment for a doctor. Then patients are cheated by trusting the dentist somewhere.

A patient who was admitted to a hospital in the Tirahe housing estate underwent a CT scan in a nearby pathology department. The suspected fungal attack was described in his report. With that, the family began treatment by providing information about black fungus.

When the pathology report went viral, few doctors lifted a finger at the private hospital. They say that this hospital does not have an MBBS doctor on duty, which doctor then wrote for the CT scan and which doctor is now being treated. This is an injustice to patients on behalf of treatment. There was a panic as soon as the report went viral. When he phoned the hospital operator about this, he said there was no black fungus patient in his hospital and disconnected the phone. After this time, Kaal did not receive any more. When the pathology report reached the CMO, he called the hospital operator but was unable to speak. CMO Dr. Vandana Singh said that black fungus is not being studied in the district. Suspicious fungus was reported on the CT scan report. We haven’t been able to speak to the hospital operator yet. The full details of the patient could not be found with it. This whole matter is being thoroughly investigated. Then it would be appropriate to say something.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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