80 patients of black fungus admitted 202 injections in city hospitals
Ujjain (Nai Duniya representative). The number of patients with black fungus is increasing. On Sunday, 80 epidemic patients were admitted to various hospitals in the city. The Department of Health has distributed 202 amphotericin B injections for these patients. At the RD Gardi Medical College, a suspected patient died in Madtavada, Khacharaud. Doctors say that the patient’s report of black fungus was negative.
The number of Black Fungus admitted patients in the city’s hospitals has increased to 80. However, patients from Agar, Shajapur, Dewas districts are also being admitted to these hospitals. On Sunday, 38 patients were admitted to Arrdi Gardi Medical College, 14 to Tejankar Hospital, one to Patidar, 11 to District Hospital, four to Charitable Hospital, 12 to TS Chaudhary Hospital. Amphotericin B injections necessary for the treatment of these patients are given by administration. 202 injections have been given on Sunday.
Suspected Madavada patient dies
Rajesh Putra Kishanlal Patidar, a resident of Madavada in Khacharoud, died during treatment at RD Gardi Medical College on Sunday. Rajesh was admitted to the medical college two days ago in the fear of black fungus, but the college’s Dean and ENT expert Dr. Sudhakar Vaidya says that the investigation report of Rajesh came negative. Although he was a suspected Kovid patient. He was placed on oxygen support. He was admitted in critical condition only.
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Five patients were also discharged
Dr. Sudhakar Valid, Dean and ENT Specialist of Ardardi Gardi Medical College, said that so far, 50 patients of Black Fungus have been admitted to the college. Out of these, operations have been done in 45 patients. Five patients have also been discharged from the hospital.
Number increased in district hospital
The number of Black Fungus patients in the district hospital is increasing. On Sunday, 11 patients were admitted to the hospital. Doctors say that amphotericin B injections are being given to the patients admitted in private hospitals at cost price, while it is being provided free of cost to the patients admitted in the district hospitals. Most patients are not able to afford expensive injections. Due to this, the number of patients in the district hospital is increasing. Let me tell you that the successful operation of a 12-year-old girl’s black fungus in the district hospital was done last week by civil surgeon Dr. PN Verma and the team.