In The Investigation From Agra, Dengue Was Confirmed In Seven People

Mainpuri. The district officials, who questioned the investigation of private labs, have finally had to admit that there are dengue patients in the district. In the investigation conducted from Agra on September 7 and 8, symptoms of dengue have been found in seven patients. Two patients have been admitted to the district hospital. The department is looking for five.
Symptoms of dengue were being found in fever patients in the district for a fortnight, but the health department and administration officials were not ready to accept the test conducted by private labs. On September 7 and 8, samples of fever patients from the district hospital were sent to Agra Medical College for examination. In the test report on Thursday, symptoms of dengue have been found in seven out of 18 patients.
These include Anita Devi, 45-year-old wife of Santosh Kumar, resident of Kalyanpur village in Bewar area, and Neet Kumar, 27-year-old son of Khemkaran, resident of Jyanti. Anita Devi was admitted to the district hospital by her family on September 6 after she developed fever. On the other hand, Neet Kumar was admitted to the district hospital on September 5 due to fever. Where are the five other patients, the department has not been able to trace them yet. Search for him is going on.
Anita and Neet Kumar were admitted to dengue ward
After confirming dengue in the investigation report, Anita and Neet Kumar have been admitted to the dengue ward by the district hospital administration on Thursday. Malaria officer SN Singh said that where the five other patients are admitted, their information is being collected. As soon as they are detected, they will be admitted to the district hospital.
Dengue investigation started in district hospital
Dengue investigation started in the district hospital from Thursday. On the first day, samples of 49 people were taken and tested in the lab located in the blood bank of the district hospital. The investigation report is likely to come by late night.
On September 7 and 8, samples of 18 people were sent to the Medical College, Agra for examination. Out of these, symptoms of dengue have been found in seven people, out of which two are hospitalized.
Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg CMS

Mainpuri. The district officials, who questioned the investigation of private labs, have finally had to admit that there are dengue patients in the district. In the investigation conducted from Agra on September 7 and 8, symptoms of dengue have been found in seven patients. Two patients have been admitted to the district hospital. The department is looking for five.

Symptoms of dengue were being found in fever patients in the district for a fortnight, but the health department and administration officials were not ready to accept the test conducted by private labs. On September 7 and 8, samples of fever patients from the district hospital were sent to Agra Medical College for examination. In the test report on Thursday, symptoms of dengue have been found in seven out of 18 patients.

These include Anita Devi, 45-year-old wife of Santosh Kumar, resident of Kalyanpur village in Bewar area, and Neet Kumar, 27-year-old son of Khemkaran, resident of Jyanti. Anita Devi was admitted to the district hospital by her family on September 6 after she developed fever. On the other hand, Neet Kumar was admitted to the district hospital on September 5 due to fever. Where are the five other patients, the department has not been able to trace them yet. Search for him is going on.

Anita and Neet Kumar admitted to dengue ward

After confirming dengue in the investigation report, Anita and Neet Kumar have been admitted to the dengue ward by the district hospital administration on Thursday. Malaria officer SN Singh said that where the five other patients are admitted, their information is being collected. As soon as they are detected, they will be admitted to the district hospital.

Dengue investigation started in district hospital

Dengue investigation started in the district hospital from Thursday. On the first day, samples of 49 people were taken and tested in the lab located in the blood bank of the district hospital. The investigation report is likely to come by late night.

On September 7 and 8, samples of 18 people were sent to the Medical College, Agra for examination. Out of these, symptoms of dengue have been found in seven people, out of which two are hospitalized.

Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg CMS

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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