Ganga is discharged from the hospital today

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Ghazipur. The newborn Ganga, found in a box in the middle of the aisle, will be released from intensive care at the District Women’s Hospital on June 24th. On Wednesday, his report on the investigation into Kovid-19 was negative. In contrast, after the infection, the doctors ran the drug in the CRP test, which was completed after 10 days. After being discharged from the hospital, Ganga is handed over to the CWC (Child Welfare Committee) on behalf of the women’s hospital administration.
On June 14th, Gullu Mallah went to work on a different boat as usual. When he was on the bank of the Ganges, he heard the weeping from a box in the water hyacinth. When he opened the box, he saw that there was a newborn baby and that there was also an image of gods and goddesses in the box. When Gullu Mallah saw this scene, her heart burst and she reached home by hugging the newborn to her chest. After that he reached Kotwali with the girl. From there, the police took the newborn to the intensive care unit of the district women’s hospital. Meanwhile, when the doctors had his CRP tested, the infection was discovered. Thereafter, treatment of the newborn Ganga began under the supervision of a team of three doctors. After starting the drug regimen, the condition steadily improved and the infection was gone. Ganga will be released from the hospital on June 24th after completing the 10-day medical course. In this regard, Dr. KK Singh, pediatrician, District Women’s Hospital, that Ganga will be released on June 24th. The weight of the newborn has also increased. Now she is perfectly healthy.

Ghazipur. The newborn Ganga, found in a box in the middle of the aisle, will be released from intensive care at the District Women’s Hospital on June 24th. On Wednesday, his report on the investigation into Kovid-19 was negative. On the other hand, after the infection, the doctors ran the drug in the CRP test, the course of which was completed after 10 days. After being discharged from the hospital, Ganga is handed over to the CWC (Child Welfare Committee) on behalf of the women’s hospital administration.

On June 14th, Gullu Mallah went to work on a different boat as usual. When he was on the bank of the Ganges, he heard the weeping from a box in the water hyacinth. When he opened the box, he saw that there was a newborn baby and that there was also an image of gods and goddesses in the box. Upon seeing this scene, Gullu Mallah’s heart burst and reached home, holding the newborn by the chest. After that he reached Kotwali with the girl. From there, the police took the newborn to the intensive care unit of the district women’s hospital. Meanwhile, when the doctors had his CRP tested, the infection was discovered. Thereafter, the treatment of the newborn Ganga began under the supervision of a team of three doctors. After starting the drug regimen, the condition steadily improved and the infection was gone. Ganga will be released from the hospital on June 24th after completing the 10-day medical course. In this regard, Dr. KK Singh, pediatrician, District Women’s Hospital, that Ganga will be released on June 24th. The weight of the newborn has also increased. Now she is perfectly healthy.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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