Health – Five people died of a fever

Unnao. Five patients admitted to the district hospital’s emergency fever died. All died 17 hours apart.
Nagesh, 25, residing in Aasivan, was admitted to the emergency of the district hospital, Vimal Gupta, 50, from Gandhinagar, Ashok Singh, 50, residing in Bhojpur, Rae Bareli district, Ramasare, 45, from Chillouli, Patan tehsil and Shivpal (85) from Karowan has a fever. Was approved on arrival. Many of these patients also had low oxygen levels. They all succumbed Monday evening from 9 p.m. to Tuesday from 2 p.m. The number of febrile patients in the district is steadily increasing. Together with the district hospital, 10 to 12 patients come to the CHC and PHC every day. Many patients are treated in private hospitals. The responsible CMS doctor Dr. Alok Pandey said infectious disease patients have put on weight due to changes in weather. The condition worsens if the correct treatment is not given in a timely manner. It is then taken to the CHC or PHC District Hospital. As soon as the health deteriorates, the patient should consult the doctor and start taking medication. Be careful when looking at the corona.
The woman died in the Corona district. 128 people infected with corona were found, including the district leprosy officer and two responsible health centers.
Kiran Tripathi, 40, resident in Patti Tala, Mauravan, was admitted to Saraswati Medical College on May 3rd. He died on Tuesday. Those infected also include the responsible CHC of Nawabganj, the responsible Fatehpur Chaurasi Health Center and the district’s leprosy officer. Seven in Sikanderpur Karna, ten in Nawabganj, two in Purwa, one in Safipur, seven in Miyaganj, two in Asoha, eleven in Sikanderpur Sarsi, eleven in Bighapur, two in Auras, four in Sumerpur, six in Hillauli, eight in Bangarmau two in Bichhiya, one in Fatehpur Chaurasi, 50 in different Mohallas in the city, 10 in Shuklaganj and two people from other laboratories. CMO captain Dr. Ashutosh Kumar said 87 people infected with corona had improved in the past twenty-four hours.

Unnao. Five patients admitted to the district hospital’s emergency fever died. All died 17 hours apart.

Nagesh, 25, residing in Aasivan, was admitted to the emergency of the district hospital, Vimal Gupta, 50, from Gandhinagar, Ashok Singh, 50, residing in Bhojpur, Rae Bareli district, Ramasare, 45, from Chillouli, Patan tehsil and Shivpal (85) from Karowan has a fever. Was approved on arrival. Many of these patients also had low oxygen levels. They all succumbed Monday evening from 9 p.m. to Tuesday from 2 p.m. The number of febrile patients in the district is steadily increasing. Together with the district hospital, 10 to 12 patients come to the CHC and PHC every day. Many patients are treated in private hospitals. The responsible CMS doctor Dr. Alok Pandey said that due to fluctuations in weather, the number of infectious disease patients has increased. The condition worsens if the correct treatment is not given in a timely manner. It is then taken to the CHC or PHC District Hospital. As soon as the health deteriorates, the patient should consult the doctor and start taking medication. Be careful when looking at the corona.

The woman died in the Corona district. 128 people infected with corona were found, including the district leprosy officer and two responsible health centers.

Kiran Tripathi, 40, resident in Patti Tala, Mauravan, was admitted to Saraswati Medical College on May 3rd. He died on Tuesday. Those infected also include the responsible CHC of Nawabganj, the responsible Fatehpur Chaurasi Health Center and the district’s leprosy officer. Seven in Sikanderpur Karna, ten in Nawabganj, two in Purwa, one in Safipur, seven in Miyaganj, two in Asoha, eleven in Sikanderpur Sarsi, eleven in Bighapur, two in Auras, four in Sumerpur, six in Hillauli, eight in Bangarmau two in Bichhiya, one in Fatehpur Chaurasi, 50 in different Mohallas in the city, 10 in Shuklaganj and two people from other laboratories. CMO captain Dr. Ashutosh Kumar said 87 people infected with corona had improved in the past twenty-four hours.

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