Seven people lost their eyes to black fungus

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Seven people have lost their eyesight due to the black fungus (mucormycosis). While the condition worsens and he is admitted to the intensive care unit. 13 black fungus patients are admitted to JN Medical College. Seven patients stopped seeing. At the same time, the condition of a patient admitted to the intensive care unit remains critical. Five patients had endoscopic surgery. Dr. Zia Siddiqui of the Ophthalmology Department at JN Medical College said no patient was silenced because of black fungus at JN Medical College. White and yellow mushrooms were also not recorded here.
He said five patients had endoscopic surgery. Chief Medical Officer Dr. BP Singh Kalyani said 14 black fungus patients have come to the fore in the district. 13 patients are being treated at JN Medical College and one in another city. Some patients have lost their sight. A patient is in the intensive care unit and his condition is critical. He said amphotericin B injection is used in treating black fungus patients. By contacting Lucknow, injections will be continuously provided to JN Medical College. It is noteworthy that Amphotericin B injection is not available in the market.

Seven people have lost their eyesight due to the black fungus (mucormycosis). While the condition worsens and he is admitted to the intensive care unit. 13 black fungus patients are admitted to JN Medical College. Seven patients stopped seeing. At the same time, the condition of a patient admitted to the intensive care unit remains critical. Five patients had endoscopic surgery. Dr. Zia Siddiqui of the Ophthalmology Department at JN Medical College said no patient was silenced because of black fungus at JN Medical College. White and yellow mushrooms were also not recorded here.

He said five patients had endoscopic surgery. Chief Medical Officer Dr. BP Singh Kalyani said 14 black fungus patients have come to the fore in the district. 13 patients are being treated at JN Medical College and one in another city. Some patients have lost their sight. A patient is in the intensive care unit and his condition is critical. He said amphotericin B injection is used in treating black fungus patients. By contacting Lucknow, injections will be continuously provided to JN Medical College. It is noteworthy that Amphotericin B injection is not available in the market.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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