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Indore Coronavirus Update: 298 new corona positive patients found in Indore died
Indore, Indore Coronavirus Update. The number of corona infected is now decreasing. 14035 samples were tested on Saturday. In which 298 were found infected. On Saturday, two people died due to corona. A total of 151570 infected have been found in the city till Saturday. A total of 1355 people have died so far. At present, 1509 corona patients are admitted in city hospitals. On Saturday, 403 infected were discharged from hospitals.
Two state-of-the-art machines found for the treatment of black fungus
Two micro-debrider machines have been provided to the ENT department of MGM Medical College by Sanstha Parpeeda Har for the operation of black fungus patients. The cost of these machines is Rs 11 lakh. According to Dr. Yamini Gupta, HOD of the ENT department, it will take less time for black fungus patients to operate with this device. At the same time, the blood flow of the patient will also stop and recovery will also happen soon. President of the organization Radheshyam Sabu told that this one machine of five and a half lakhs was given to MYH a few days ago and now another machine has been given after seeing its better result. A prismatic light deflector was also provided by the organization.
Indore Coronavirus Update: 223 new corona infected patients found in Indore on Friday, two died
Operation equipment donated to medical college
City-based information technology company Impetus has donated five machines to MGM Medical College. These machines will be useful in the treatment of patients of growing black fungus after corona. The company’s Vice President Sanjeev Agarwal handed over the equipment to the Nose Ear Throat Disease Department of MY Hospital. Patients treated in MY Hospital will get the facility of operation from these machines. The five instruments include FHD Endoscopy Camera Unit, Endoscopy Trolley, Digital Debrider and other accompanying equipment including Monitor etc. These equipments have been made available to the hospital by purchasing from Chennai for about Rs 12 lakh.