Outbreak Of Viral Fever Increasing Rapidly In Villages

Gonda. The outbreak of dengue, malaria and viral fever is increasing rapidly in the district. Every day hundreds of patients of fever are reaching government and private hospitals for treatment. In rural areas, the number of patients suffering from viral fever, malaria and possibly dengue is increasing rapidly. So far nine dengue patients have been confirmed in the district.
Due to the changing weather, the number of patients with viral fever and the possibility of dengue is increasing rapidly in the district. Every day hundreds of people in villages are falling prey to these diseases.
From district hospitals to private hospitals, the number of patients with symptoms of viral fever and dengue, malaria has increased. However, there is a difference in the figures given by different officials of the health department regarding dengue.
From this it is clear that the department is not able to identify the patients of Daegu. District Malaria Officer Dr Manjula Anand said that till now nine patients have been confirmed to have dengue infection in the district, but how many patients are active is not known.
According to the District Immunization Officer, seven dengue patients have been found in the district, while the head of the department, CMO Dr RS Kesari said that three dengue patients were found in the district but now all the patients are healthy. The health department has started a public awareness campaign for this.
The health department may deny the spread of dengue, but not only the government but all the private hospitals are treating the suspected dengue patients without ELISA test. Dengue is being confirmed in all the patients in the rapid kit test. The health department is confirming the ELISA test takers as dengue.
In such a situation, instead of conducting an ELISA test and waiting for the report, the doctors are engaged in giving immediate treatment to the patient. In such a situation, other patients are being advised to prevent dengue and malaria etc. Surprisingly, the health department, which is denying dengue, has also issued an advisory.

Gonda. The outbreak of dengue, malaria and viral fever is increasing rapidly in the district. Every day hundreds of patients of fever are reaching government and private hospitals for treatment. In rural areas, the number of patients suffering from viral fever, malaria and possibly dengue is increasing rapidly. So far nine dengue patients have been confirmed in the district.

Due to the changing weather, the number of patients with viral fever and the possibility of dengue is increasing rapidly in the district. Every day hundreds of people in villages are falling prey to these diseases.

From district hospitals to private hospitals, the number of patients with symptoms of viral fever and dengue, malaria has increased. However, there is a difference in the figures given by different officials of the health department regarding dengue.

From this it is clear that the department is not able to identify the patients of Daegu. District Malaria Officer Dr Manjula Anand said that till now nine patients have been confirmed to have dengue infection in the district, but how many patients are active is not known.

According to the District Immunization Officer, seven dengue patients have been found in the district, while the head of the department, CMO Dr RS Kesari said that three dengue patients were found in the district but now all the patients are healthy. The health department has started a public awareness campaign for this.

The health department may deny the spread of dengue, but not only the government but all the private hospitals are treating the suspected dengue patients without ELISA test. Dengue is being confirmed in all the patients in the rapid kit test. The health department is confirming the ELISA test takers as dengue.

In such a situation, instead of conducting an ELISA test and waiting for the report, doctors are engaged in giving immediate treatment to the patient. In such a situation, other patients are being advised to prevent dengue and malaria etc. Surprisingly, the health department, which is denying dengue, has also issued an advisory.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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