Tuberculosis patients are wanted in the Dastak campaign

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Chandauli. As part of the District Communicable Disease Control Month campaign, Dastak will be searched for TB patients for a fortnight. These 14 days, which run from July 12th, last until July 25th. As part of this, ASHA and Anganwadi employees go door to door to find tuberculosis and fever patients. The recognized patients are identified and treated free of charge. In addition, they are supported during treatment by Nikshay Nutrition.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. VP Dwivedi said Dastak Abhiyan’s main goal is to take special care of TB patients during the Corona period and to free the country from TB. During the campaign, ASHA and Anganwadi staff were given the responsibility to compile a list of people with fever and symptoms of tuberculosis. The district tuberculosis officer, Dr. DN Mishra announced that Asha Sangini and ASHA staff have been trained. In addition to tuberculosis patients, the campaign is also looking for meningitis patients. Upon receipt of the patients, the information is passed on to the ANM by marking the information on the regular card. Using the list of ANMs, the health department team examines them based on the first symptoms and sends the sputum sample for examination.

Chandauli. As part of the District Communicable Disease Control Month campaign, Dastak will be searched for TB patients for a fortnight. These 14 days, which run from July 12th, last until July 25th. As part of this, ASHA and Anganwadi employees go door to door to find tuberculosis and fever patients. The recognized patients are identified and treated free of charge. In addition, they are supported during treatment by Nikshay Nutrition.

Chief Medical Officer Dr. VP Dwivedi said Dastak Abhiyan’s main goal is to take special care of TB patients during the Corona period and to free the country from TB. During the campaign, ASHA and Anganwadi staff were given the responsibility to compile a list of people with fever and symptoms of tuberculosis. The district tuberculosis officer, Dr. DN Mishra announced that Asha Sangini and ASHA staff have been trained. In addition to tuberculosis patients, the campaign is also looking for meningitis patients. Upon receipt of the patients, the information is passed on to the ANM by marking the information on the regular card. Using the list of ANMs, the health department team examines them based on the first symptoms and sends the sputum sample for examination.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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