Six More Children Suffering From Fever Admitted

Sitapur. Viral fever and malaria are increasing in havoc. On Friday, six children were admitted to the children’s ward due to fever. Due to the increasing number of patients, the children’s and women’s wards have become full. The situation is that two or two patients are being made to lie on one bed. This makes it difficult to get treatment.
Viral fever is catching up with adults as well as children. Due to this the condition of the children is deteriorating. On Friday, six children who came to show the OPD were found suffering from fever. When the situation became critical, he was admitted to the children’s ward.
These include Richa (7), resident of Rambuxpurwa of Imalia Sultanpur area, Ansh (7), resident of Tikvapara in Ramkot area, Shiva (12), resident of Lalpur Shahpur, Aryan (5), resident of Khairabad, Monu (8) and Kajal (12) resident of Pagai. Are included.
Now the number of children admitted in the children’s ward has increased to 31. With this the ward is completely full. Similarly, the Medical-B and women’s wards are also full of patients. Not a single bed is left empty. Due to this, two patients are being treated by lying on the same bed. This is causing a lot of trouble.
District Hospital’s CMS Dr. Anil Agarwal said that the wards are getting full due to the increasing number of patients in the district hospital. The number of children in the children’s ward has also increased. Still better treatment is being given.

Sitapur. Viral fever and malaria are increasing in havoc. On Friday, six children were admitted to the children’s ward due to fever. Due to the increasing number of patients, the children’s and women’s wards have become full. The situation is that two or two patients are being made to lie on one bed. This makes it difficult to get treatment.

Viral fever is catching up with adults as well as children. Due to this the condition of the children is deteriorating. On Friday, six children who came to the OPD were found suffering from fever. When the situation became critical, he was admitted to the children’s ward.

These include Richa (7), resident of Rambuxpurwa of Imalia Sultanpur area, Ansh (7), resident of Tikvapara in Ramkot area, Shiva (12), resident of Lalpur Shahpur, Aryan (5), resident of Khairabad, Monu (8) and Kajal (12) resident of Pagai. Are included.

Now the number of children admitted in the children’s ward has increased to 31. With this the ward is completely full. Similarly, the Medical-B and women’s wards are also full of patients. Not a single bed is left empty. Due to this, two patients are being treated by lying on the same bed. This is causing a lot of trouble.

District Hospital’s CMS Dr. Anil Agarwal said that the wards are getting full due to the increasing number of patients in the district hospital. The number of children in the children’s ward has also increased. Still better treatment is being given.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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