Two Dengue Positive Found – Two more dengue patients were found in the district, the number increased to eight


Giving information about malaria team officials in Pali
– Photo : LALITPUR

Lalitpur. Dengue outbreak is increasing in the district. After the confirmation of dengue in two patients together on Thursday, now the number of dengue infected in the district has increased to eight. The team of Malaria Department reached the patient’s house, made them aware of the prevention of diseases by spraying, as well as tested the health of the family members.
A 75-year-old resident of Pali town was suffering from fever, whom the family brought to the district hospital in the past, where the doctors sent Maharani Laxmibai Medical College, Jhansi for treatment when the condition did not improve. Here he came positive in NS-1 test, after which ELISA test was done on 14 September, whose report on Thursday confirmed dengue. The patient is being admitted to the medical college and being treated. On information, the team of Malaria Department sprayed Pyrethrum medicine in the houses around the patient’s house, as well as sprayed the larvy side in the area of ​​waterlogging and drains. To make people aware about the prevention of diseases. On the other hand, a 19-year-old girl resident of village Bharauni under Block Bar area was having fever. In the past, the family brought the district hospital for treatment, where many of the NS-1 tests were not found, after coming positive in it, the sample was sent to Jhansi for ELISA test on September 12, the investigation confirmed dengue. The girl is admitted to the district hospital where her health is said to be improving.

On Thursday, dengue has been confirmed in two patients resident of the district. Pyrethrum and water-logging area have been sprayed with anti-larval medicine at a patient’s house. One patient is admitted in Jhansi. The other is healthy during the district hospitalization.
– K S Singh Yadav
District Malaria Officer

Malaria team member spraying in Pali– Photo : LALITPUR

Lalitpur. Dengue outbreak is increasing in the district. After the confirmation of dengue in two patients together on Thursday, now the number of dengue infected in the district has increased to eight. The team of Malaria Department reached the patient’s house, made them aware of the prevention of diseases by spraying, as well as tested the health of the family members.

A 75-year-old resident of Pali town was suffering from fever, whom the family brought to the district hospital in the past, where the doctors sent Maharani Laxmibai Medical College, Jhansi for treatment when the condition did not improve. Here he came positive in NS-1 test, after which ELISA test was done on 14 September, whose report on Thursday confirmed dengue. The patient is being admitted to the medical college and being treated. On information, the team of Malaria Department sprayed Pyrethrum medicine in the houses around the patient’s house, as well as sprayed the larvy side in the area of ​​waterlogging and drains. To make people aware about the prevention of diseases. On the other hand, a 19-year-old girl resident of village Bharauni under Block Bar area was having fever. In the past, the family brought the district hospital for treatment, where many NS-1 tests were done due to lack of relief, after coming positive in it, the sample was sent to Jhansi for ELISA test on September 12, dengue was confirmed in the investigation. The girl is admitted to the district hospital where her health is said to be improving.



On Thursday, dengue has been confirmed in two patients resident of the district. Pyrethrum and water-logging area have been sprayed with anti-larval drug at a patient’s house. One patient is admitted in Jhansi. The other is healthy during the district hospitalization.

– K S Singh Yadav

District Malaria Officer

Malaria team member spraying in Pali

Malaria team member spraying in Pali– Photo : LALITPUR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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