Six Suspected Dengue Patients Marked

To tie. The outbreak of dengue, malaria and viral fever is not decreasing. Patients of seasonal diseases are increasing rapidly due to mild cold in the morning and evening and strong sunlight in the afternoon.
Hundreds of patients in government and non-government hospitals are seen queuing outside the doctors’ rooms for treatment. In the house-to-house survey, 578 teams have identified six dengue symptoms and 43 malaria patients in two days.
After the havoc of the second wave of corona, the alert health department is engaged in dealing with seasonal diseases especially dengue, malaria and fever before the arrival of a possible third wave. On the instructions of the government, 578 teams have been deployed in the district under the special investigation campaign being run from September 7 to 16.
They are engaged in conducting house-to-house surveys. According to the report of the Health Department, 6 patients of dengue symptoms have been identified. All are being treated in hospitals. Apart from this, nine dengue potential patients were examined in the medical college on Wednesday.
Of these, only one has been found to be dengue positive. He has been admitted to the medical college. On the other hand, 43 patients with malaria symptoms have been identified. All these slides have been made.
District Malaria Officer Pooja Ahirwar said that in two days the teams have surveyed 59 thousand 813 houses. Of these, 602 fever patients have been found. Their counseling report has been prepared.
Fever patients coming daily two hundred
Apart from Medical College and District Hospital, long queues of patients are also being seen in CHC-PHC. On Thursday, about one thousand patients reached the Medical College OPD for treatment. In these, about two hundred fever-cold patients were found.
Principal Dr. Mukesh Kumar Yadav told that four dengue positive cases were reported here. Of these, three have been cured and one patient is admitted. About 1500 patients came to the OPD in the district hospital.
Among them, one and a half hundred patients of fever and cough were found. Blood test was done. At present, all are said to be infected with the virus. In this regard, District Hospital CMS Dr. UB Singh said that medicines are sufficient.
Spraying of anti-larva drug
In coordination with the Municipality and Nagar Panchayat, spraying of anti-larva drug is being done in the places/drains prone to fogging and waterlogging. ASHA, ANM, Anganwadis have been engaged in the survey campaign.
A total of 59 teams are active in the city. Beds prepared for the third wave of Kovid have been reserved for dengue patients. In the two-day survey, 602 and 1453 fever patients have been found so far.
– Dr. VK Tiwari, Chief Medical Officer

To tie. The outbreak of dengue, malaria and viral fever is not decreasing. Patients of seasonal diseases are increasing rapidly due to mild cold in the morning and evening and strong sunlight in the afternoon.

Hundreds of patients in government and non-government hospitals are seen queuing outside the doctors’ rooms for treatment. In the house-to-house survey, 578 teams have identified six dengue patients and 43 malaria patients in two days.

After the havoc of the second wave of corona, the alert health department is engaged in dealing with seasonal diseases especially dengue, malaria and fever before the arrival of a possible third wave. On the instructions of the government, 578 teams have been deployed in the district under the special investigation campaign being run from September 7 to 16.

They are engaged in conducting house-to-house surveys. According to the report of the Health Department, 6 patients of dengue symptoms have been identified. All are being treated in hospitals. Apart from this, nine dengue potential patients were examined in the medical college on Wednesday.

Of these, only one has been found to be dengue positive. He has been admitted to the medical college. On the other hand, 43 patients with malaria symptoms have been identified. All these slides have been made.

District Malaria Officer Pooja Ahirwar said that in two days the teams have surveyed 59 thousand 813 houses. Of these, 602 fever patients have been found. Their counseling report has been prepared.

Fever patients coming daily to two hundred

Apart from Medical College and District Hospital, long queues of patients are also being seen in CHC-PHC. On Thursday, about one thousand patients reached the Medical College OPD for treatment. In these, about two hundred fever-cold patients were found.

Principal Dr. Mukesh Kumar Yadav told that four dengue positive cases were reported here. Of these, three have been cured and one patient is admitted. About 1500 patients came to the OPD in the district hospital.

Among them, one and a half hundred patients of fever and cough were found. Blood test was done. At present, all are said to be infected with the virus. In this regard, District Hospital CMS Dr. UB Singh said that medicines are sufficient.

Spraying of anti-larva drug

In coordination with the Municipality and Nagar Panchayat, spraying of anti-larva drug is being done in the places/drains prone to fogging and waterlogging. ASHA, ANM, Anganwadis have been engaged in the survey campaign.

A total of 59 teams are active in the city. Beds prepared for the third wave of Kovid have been reserved for dengue patients. 602 fever patients have been found in the two-day survey and till now a total of 1453 fever patients have been found.

– Dr. VK Tiwari, Chief Medical Officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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