Hospital – The outbreak of viral and diarrhea did not stop, two children admitted to one bed

09DDDS10- Two children admitted to one bed in the Chidren Ward of the District Hospital in Gonda.
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Gonda. While the outbreak of viral and diarrhea is not taking its name to stop, Dengue has also started spreading. With the confirmation of one new dengue patient in the city on Thursday, the number of dengue patients has reached ten. The children’s ward of the district hospital is full of children sick with diarrhea. Two children have to be admitted on one bed. In the morning, the hospital is getting influx of patients. The viral outbreak can be gauged by seeing the crowd of patients at the prescription counter. Diarrhea is also taking people in its grip.
The city’s Chandramohan was suffering from fever, on examination, dengue was confirmed. District Malaria Officer Manjula Anand said that the Health Department team is making people aware along with spraying medicines around the homes of the sick. At the same time, the outbreak of diarrhea and viral fever is not taking its name. The district hospital looks full from him. As soon as the hospital opened in the morning, there would be a long line of patients. From the prescription counter to the doctors’ room, there was a crowd of patients.
Two children admitted to one bed in the children’s ward
The children’s ward of the district hospital is full of sick children. Due to non-availability of beds, two children have to be admitted on the same bed. In this week, 19 children have been admitted to the children’s ward of the hospital, most of whom are said to be suffering from diarrhoea. Due to the absence of the in-charge of the children’s ward, the care of these children remains the responsibility of the nurses and pharmacists who have been trained in the hospital.
Most of the patients coming to OPD are viral.
About one thousand patients are coming to the OPD of the district hospital every day. Out of that 500 to 600 patients live with viral fever. It has more number of children. Similarly, the number of viral patients remains high at the community health centers of the district. There is also a shortage of medicines in the district hospital. Injections, Vigo sets and RL bottles are not available to the patients. The attendants say that most of the medicines and Vigo have to be bought from outside.
Awareness is necessary to prevent dengue
– Wearing a full sleeve shirt and footwear must be worn on rainy days.
Do not allow water to accumulate around the house and do not allow water to collect in coolers, pots etc.
Use mosquito repellent creams, coils and sprays.
Keep water tanks covered properly.

Gonda. While the outbreak of viral and diarrhea is not taking its name to stop, Dengue has also started spreading. With the confirmation of one new dengue patient in the city on Thursday, the number of dengue patients has reached ten. The children’s ward of the district hospital is full of children sick with diarrhea. Two children have to be admitted on one bed. In the morning, the hospital is getting influx of patients. The viral outbreak can be gauged by seeing the crowd of patients at the prescription counter. Diarrhea is also taking people in its grip.

The city’s Chandramohan was suffering from fever, on examination, dengue was confirmed. District Malaria Officer Manjula Anand said that the Health Department team is making people aware along with spraying medicines around the homes of the sick. At the same time, the outbreak of diarrhea and viral fever is not taking its name. The district hospital looks full from him. As soon as the hospital opened in the morning, there would be a long line of patients. From the prescription counter to the doctors’ room, there was a crowd of patients.

Two children admitted to one bed in the children’s ward

The children’s ward of the district hospital is full of sick children. Due to non-availability of beds, two children have to be admitted on the same bed. In this week, 19 children have been admitted to the children’s ward of the hospital, most of whom are said to be suffering from diarrhoea. Due to the absence of the in-charge of the children’s ward, the care of these children remains the responsibility of the nurses and pharmacists who have been trained in the hospital.

Most of the patients coming to OPD are viral.

About one thousand patients are coming to the OPD of the district hospital every day. Out of that 500 to 600 patients live with viral fever. It has more number of children. Similarly, the number of viral patients remains high at the community health centers of the district. There is also a shortage of medicines in the district hospital. Injections, Vigo sets and RL bottles are not available to the patients. The attendants say that most of the medicines and Vigo have to be bought from outside.

Awareness is necessary to prevent dengue

– Wearing a full sleeve shirt and footwear must be worn on rainy days.

Do not allow water to accumulate around the house and do not allow water to collect in coolers, pots etc.

Use mosquito repellent creams, coils and sprays.

Keep water tanks covered properly.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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