Health – Fever spreads, the danger of dengue remains

Patients suffering from fever admitted to the emergency of the district hospital. Dialogue
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Unnao. Fever patients are increasing. More than 120 patients of fever reached the OPD of the district hospital. In this, five patients suffering from fever for several days were admitted to the emergency. Five samples were sent to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital Lucknow to get tested for dengue.
Alfaz (3) son Munna, resident of Shantinagar reached the district hospital, Guruprasad (26) son Horilal, resident of Bandakheda of Makhi, Srijal (7) of Gandhinagar, Guddi (50) of Behatanthai of Achalganj and Chandravati (62) of Koluhagada for several days. He was admitted with fever. Physician Dr. Kaushalendra and Senior Physician Dr. Alok Pandey saw patients in OPD. In the lab of the district hospital, 50 samples were taken for fever and 39 for malaria test. CMS Dr. Pawan Kumar said that with the increase in the number of fever patients as compared to daily, the scope of investigation has also increased.
The Health Department has started door to door surveillance campaign to identify the patients suffering from fever. Teams will go door-to-door to identify the patients suffering from cold, cold and fever and prepare a list. Will get serious patients of fever admitted to the hospital and get them treated.

Unnao. Fever patients are increasing. More than 120 patients of fever reached the OPD of the district hospital. In this, five patients suffering from fever for several days were admitted to the emergency. Five samples were sent to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital Lucknow to get tested for dengue.

Alfaz (3) son Munna, resident of Shantinagar reached the district hospital, Guruprasad (26) son Horilal, resident of Bandakheda of Makhi, Srijal (7) of Gandhinagar, Guddi (50) of Behatanthai of Achalganj and Chandravati (62) of Koluhagada for several days. He was admitted with fever. Physician Dr. Kaushalendra and Senior Physician Dr. Alok Pandey saw patients in OPD. In the lab of the district hospital, 50 samples were taken for fever and 39 for malaria test. CMS Dr. Pawan Kumar said that with the increase in the number of fever patients as compared to daily, the scope of investigation has also increased.

The Health Department has started door to door surveillance campaign to identify the patients suffering from fever. Teams will go door-to-door to identify the patients suffering from cold, cold and fever and prepare a list. Will get serious patients of fever admitted to the hospital and get them treated.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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