Health – Malaria spreads with Corona, 14 patients found

Patients lie on the stretcher in the trauma center. conversation
– Photo: SHAHJAHANPUR

Shahjahanpur. In addition to Corona, malaria is now also spreading. In June-July 14 patients with PV malaria (Plasmodium vivax) were found here. Four to five fever patients come to Government Medical College every day. The number of patients has suddenly increased so much that beds are becoming scarce.
In the last few days the number of patients in the trauma center has increased. Most fever patients come. This includes malaria patients. Around 70 patients were treated at the Government Medical College trauma center on Wednesday. While 40 patients were treated until 1 p.m. on Thursday. Some of these patients were also enrolled.
According to the Kovid-19 protocol, any fusion patient who comes to the trauma center is first admitted to the waiting area after treatment. After a few days, the patient is transferred to the ward there after having performed other corona tests. The waiting area has around 50 beds. These are all full. The malaria department confirmed the admission of 14 patients in June. These data were collected by health centers. It didn’t rain that much in June. Mosquito-borne diseases increased with more rain in July, so the number of patients is expected to continue to grow.
Dr. Arjun Raj, who was stationed at the trauma center, said more fever patients would come. For a few days now, four to five patients have come up with a test report for malaria every day. Due to the increased number of patients, the beds in the waiting area are full. The most important thing to avoid malaria is that people strengthen their immunity. Do not let rainwater enter the house. Do not drink water that has been stored for several days. Keep the house clean. If you have a fever, please consult a doctor.

Bed crisis in the trauma center
Government Medical College has more than 400 beds. 275 patients were admitted on Thursday. While a new building with around 160 beds was being built in the Government Medical College, which was kept safe for those infected with corona. Some time ago in the corona epidemic, the kind of pictures that came out from Government Medical College, the same pictures were seen all over again in the trauma center. Patients don’t get beds. Amar, a resident of the Kanshi Ram Colony, had deteriorated. His family took him to the Government Medical College trauma center, but Amar couldn’t even find a bed in the trauma center. The patient lady said that everyone said the beds were full. The stretchers stored in the trauma center are not empty either.

There are two types of malaria
District Malaria Commissioner PK Srivastava said there are two types of malaria – Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax. In June, 14 patients with Plasmodium vivax were found. The list of patients enrolled in July is not there yet.

remember
Cooler, refrigerator, elsewhere in the house, clean water should also be changed frequently. Make sure that rainwater does not collect. If rainwater collects somewhere, the mosquitoes in it are more dangerous. Add kerosene to kill mosquitoes.

To combat communicable diseases and prevent covid-19, the city administration is continuously running a cleanliness campaign. Under which cleanliness, spraying drugs, disinfection, etc. are carried out in zonal places. People also need to keep their surroundings clean. Do not allow water to accumulate in cool boxes and utensils for long periods of time. This breeds mosquitoes and causes disease.
– Dr. OP Gautam, Municipal Health Officer

The number of patients has increased, but there are no major bed problems. The patient is kept in the waiting area until the test report is received from Kovid-19 and later transferred to the ward.
-Doctor. Pooja Tripathi, Public Relations Officer, Government Medical College

Shahjahanpur. In addition to Corona, malaria is now also spreading. In June-July 14 patients with PV malaria (Plasmodium vivax) were found here. Four to five fever patients come to Government Medical College every day. The number of patients has suddenly increased so much that beds are becoming scarce.

In the last few days the number of patients in the trauma center has increased. Most fever patients come. This includes malaria patients. Around 70 patients were treated at the Government Medical College trauma center on Wednesday. While 40 patients were treated until 1 p.m. on Thursday. Some of these patients were also enrolled.

According to the Kovid-19 protocol, any fusion patient who comes to the trauma center is first admitted to the waiting area after treatment. After a few days there, the patient is transferred to the ward after further corona tests. The waiting area has around 50 beds. These are all full. The malaria department confirmed the admission of 14 patients in June. These data were collected by health centers. It didn’t rain that much in June. Mosquito-borne diseases have increased with more rain in July, so the number of patients is expected to continue to increase.

Dr. Arjun Raj, who was stationed at the trauma center, said more fever patients would come. For a few days now, four to five patients have come up with a test report for malaria every day. Due to the increased number of patients, the beds in the waiting area are full. The most important thing to avoid malaria is that people strengthen their immunity. Do not let rainwater enter the house. Do not drink water that has been stored for several days. Keep the house clean. If you have a fever, please consult a doctor.



Bed crisis in the trauma center

Government Medical College has more than 400 beds. 275 patients were admitted on Thursday. While a new building with around 160 beds was being built in the Government Medical College, which was kept safe for those infected with corona. Some time ago in the corona epidemic, the kind of pictures that came out from Government Medical College, the same pictures were seen all over again in the trauma center. Patients don’t get beds. Amar, a resident of the Kanshi Ram Colony, had deteriorated. His family took him to the Government Medical College trauma center, but Amar couldn’t even find a bed in the trauma center. The patient lady said that everyone said the beds were full. The stretchers stored in the trauma center are not empty either.


There are two types of malaria

District Malaria Commissioner PK Srivastava said there are two types of malaria – Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax. In June, 14 patients with Plasmodium vivax were found. The list of patients enrolled in July is not there yet.



remember

Cooler, refrigerator, elsewhere in the house, clean water should also be changed frequently. Make sure that rainwater does not collect. If rainwater collects somewhere, the mosquitoes in it are more dangerous. Add kerosene to kill mosquitoes.



To combat communicable diseases and prevent covid-19, the city administration is continuously running a cleanliness campaign. Under which cleanliness, spraying drugs, disinfection, etc. are carried out in zonal places. People also need to keep their surroundings clean. Do not allow water to accumulate in cool boxes and utensils for long periods of time. This breeds mosquitoes and causes disease.

– Dr. OP Gautam, Municipal Health Officer



The number of patients has increased, but there are no major bed problems. The patient is kept in the waiting area until the test report is received from Kovid-19 and later transferred to the ward.

-Doctor. Pooja Tripathi, Public Relations Officer, Government Medical College

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