Five cases of black fungus found in the district

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Moradabad. Five new cases of black fungus were reported in the county on Saturday. Also on Friday, the health department received information about the admission of four patients from different hospitals. Nine black fungus patients were reported in two days. These patients are treated in private hospitals. However, doctors are struggling with a lack of medication. Doctors say there is a problem with treatment due to the unavailability of medication. The chief medical officer says drug delivery is expected by next week.
The health department ordered private hospitals to share the information with the department after the black fungus cases were confirmed. Chief Medical Officer Dr. MC Garg said three black fungus patients are being treated in one hospital while two patients are being admitted to another hospital. IMA District President Dr. Bhagatram Rana said that patients with suspected black fungus come every day. You must be transferred to Delhi or Meerut for confirmation. Due to the lack of drugs for the black fungus, many problems arise with its treatment. Due to a lack of medication in Moradabad, medication must be ordered from Meerut and Bareilly. The health department was also informed about the problem, but a solution has not yet been named. In this context, says CMO Dr. MC Garg that the government’s drug supply is increasing. A remedy is to be found by next week. All doctors must treat suspicious patients well. If medication is needed for treatment, doctors can request care through Commissioner AD Bareilly.

Moradabad. Five new cases of black fungus were reported in the county on Saturday. Also on Friday, the health department received information about the admission of four patients from different hospitals. Nine black fungus patients were reported in two days. These patients are treated in private hospitals. However, doctors are struggling with a lack of medication. Doctors say there is a problem with treatment due to the unavailability of medication. The chief medical officer says drug delivery is expected by next week.

The health department ordered private hospitals to share the information with the department after the black fungus cases were confirmed. Chief Medical Officer Dr. MC Garg said three black fungus patients are being treated in one hospital while two patients are being admitted to another hospital. IMA District President Dr. Bhagatram Rana said that patients with suspected black fungus come every day. You must be transferred to Delhi or Meerut for confirmation. Due to the lack of drugs for the black fungus, many problems arise with its treatment. Due to a lack of medication in Moradabad, medication must be ordered from Meerut and Bareilly. The health department was also informed about the problem, but a solution has not yet been named. In this context, says CMO Dr. MC Garg that the government’s drug supply is increasing. Relief is expected for next week. All doctors must treat suspicious patients well. If medication is needed for treatment, doctors can request care through Commissioner AD Bareilly.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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