Virus patients increased in Ballia

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Baliya. These days, the number of patients with viral fever in the district hospital has risen by 10 to 15 percent. The number of patients suffering from colds, coughs, fever, body aches and pains, and infectious diseases has increased very rapidly. The OPD, which was from 800 to 900 a few days ago, has now increased from 1200 to 1500 per day. Though the district hospital administration claims that most injections and medication except for one or two are available at the hospital.
Currently, the number of patients with infectious diseases such as colds, coughs, fever, body aches, diarrhea, typhoid, malaria and skin diseases has risen by 10 to 15 percent. If we look at the numbers from OPD, only 10 to 15 percent of virus patients have put on weight. Currently, 40 to 50 percent of patients are tested daily for viral fever, common cold, common cold, malaria, typhoid, and jaundice. Until a few days ago, the district hospital’s OPD received 800 to 900 patients a day. Now it has increased from 1200 to 1500 per day. Manoj Kumar, a senior physician stationed at the district hospital, said the number of patients was very low during the corona period. Currently, the number of patients with OPD is around 100 to 125 per day. The number of patients has now risen by 10 to 15 percent.
50 percent virus fever and cold patients
Baliya. Dr. Vinesh Kumar, a pediatrician stationed at the county hospital, said the number of patients with viral fever, cold, fever and diarrhea had increased significantly these days. Currently, 50 percent come from cold and virus fever patients. Medicines are available to them in the hospital. Avoid getting wet in the rain during this time. Don’t let dirty water collect around you. Avoid cold water and foods. If you have a cold, coughing, gargling, and inhaling steam provide great relief. Gargle with salt in hot water. Inhale the steam to close your nose. Inhale the steam through your nose and mouth. This relieves a cold and stuffy nose, sore throat and headache.
Medicines and syringes are plentiful in the hospital. There is no problem. Patients are also given advice on prevention. – Dr. BP Singh, CMS

Baliya. These days, the number of patients with viral fever in the district hospital has risen by 10 to 15 percent. The number of patients suffering from colds, coughs, fever, body aches and pains, and infectious diseases has increased very rapidly. The OPD, which was from 800 to 900 a few days ago, has now increased from 1200 to 1500 per day. Though the district hospital administration claims that most injections and medication except for one or two are available at the hospital.

Currently, the number of patients with infectious diseases such as colds, coughs, fever, body aches, diarrhea, typhoid, malaria and skin diseases has risen by 10 to 15 percent. If we look at the numbers from OPD, only 10 to 15 percent of virus patients have put on weight. Currently, 40 to 50 percent of patients are tested daily for viral fever, common cold, common cold, malaria, typhoid, and jaundice. Until a few days ago, the district hospital’s OPD received 800 to 900 patients a day. Now it has increased from 1200 to 1500 per day. Manoj Kumar, a senior physician stationed at the district hospital, said the number of patients was very low during the corona period. Currently, the number of patients with OPD is around 100 to 125 per day. The number of patients has now risen by 10 to 15 percent.

50 percent virus fever and cold patients

Baliya. Dr. Vinesh Kumar, a pediatrician stationed at the county hospital, said the number of patients with viral fever, cold, fever and diarrhea had increased significantly these days. Currently, 50 percent come from cold and virus fever patients. Medicines are available to them in the hospital. Avoid getting wet in the rain during this time. Don’t let dirty water collect around you. Avoid cold water and foods. If you have a cold, coughing, gargling, and inhaling steam provide great relief. Put salt in hot water and gargle with it. Inhale the steam to close your nose. Inhale the steam through your nose and mouth. This relieves a cold and stuffy nose, sore throat and headache.

Medicines and syringes are plentiful in the hospital. There is no problem. Patients are also given advice on prevention. – Dr. BP Singh, CMS

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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