Lack of injection, postponing operation – Black fungus surgery postponed due to antifungal injection

Black mushroom operations have been postponed due to a lack of antifungal injections
Jhansi black mushroom surgeries in private hospitals are postponed due to non-fungal injections of amphotericin B in the district. The black fungus patient went to Bhopal for not having an injection. Four are still waiting for the injection.
There have been many cases of black fungus in post-corona patients. So far, 13 cases have been reported at Maharani Laxmibai Medical College. However, in a private hospital across from the college, about 20 patients came for treatment within 10 to 12 days. In this way, about 33 cases were found in Jhansi in two weeks. Some patients were also operated on. Many are waiting for operation. However, anti-fungal injection amphotericin B deficiency hinders the operation. Head ENT surgeon Dr. JP Purohit of Fabuli Purohit Nursing Home stated that four patients are still pending surgery due to the non-injection. One patient went to Bhopal for an operation. Once the injection is complete, four patients will be operated on.
The injection eliminates the nano fungus
Dr. JP Purohit said black fungus is rotting blood veins. This part must be operated and removed. Antifungal injections apply amphotericin B after surgery. If the nanofungus remains during the operation, the injection will slowly kill it. Two to one patient take four injections a day. The patient is treated for six to eight weeks after the operation.

Black mushroom operations have been postponed due to a lack of antifungal injections

Jhansi black mushroom surgeries in private hospitals are postponed due to non-fungal injections of amphotericin B in the district. The black fungus patient went to Bhopal for not having an injection. Four are still waiting for the injection.

There have been many cases of black fungus in post-corona patients. So far, 13 cases have been reported at Maharani Laxmibai Medical College. However, in a private hospital across from the college, about 20 patients came for treatment within 10 to 12 days. In this way, about 33 cases were found in Jhansi in two weeks. Some patients were also operated on. Many are waiting for operation. However, the lack of an antifungal injection of amphotericin B hinders the operation. Head ENT surgeon Dr. JP Purohit of Fabuli Purohit Nursing Home stated that four patients are still pending surgery due to the non-injection. One patient went to Bhopal for an operation. Once the injection is complete, four patients will be operated on.

The injection eliminates the nano fungus

Dr. JP Purohit said black fungus is rotting blood veins. This part must be operated and removed. Antifungal injections apply amphotericin B after surgery. If the nanofungus remains during the operation, the injection will slowly kill it. Two to one patient take four injections a day. The patient is treated for six to eight weeks after the operation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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