About Gyan | Oct 22, 2021 | 0
Jabalpur News: 90 patients of black fungus operated in medical and saved the eye of two
Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. An operation was performed at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College Hospital with nasal endoscopy to try to save the eyesight of two black fungus patients. The operation theater opened on Sunday despite a holiday where fungi collected in the back and the mouth of the patients through endoscopy were removed. Through this procedure, the patient survived the tearing in the operation.
Four more Black Fungus patients were admitted to medical care, after which the total number of patients there increased to 90. Relief came amidst a severe shortage of medicines useful in the treatment of black fungus, with one thousand tablets of posaconazole in medicine being supplied by the government. But the lack of anti-fungal injections is putting the lives of patients at bay. Medical College Nasal Ear Throat Department Head Dr. Kavita Sachdeva says that necessary resources and medicines are being managed in the treatment of black fungus patients.
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Deception with patients: Incidents of cheating have started to occur with patients amid lack of anti-fungal injections useful in the treatment of black fungus. It is said that due to the connivance of alleged drug dealers and hospitals, black fungus patients are not being given the full dose of injections. While the entire amount of injections is being recorded in his records.
After surgery in the eyes, the eyesight returned: After the operation at the Medical College Hospital, the black fungus-infected woman’s eyes have returned to light. According to the information, Anjali Nema, a resident of Harrai Chhindwara, was in the grip of corona infection. After recovering from Corona, she succumbed to black fungus. Eyeballs ceased to appear with pain in the jaw.
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Swajan brought him to Jabalpur and admitted him to the Medical College Hospital. Here, Dr. Kavita Sachdeva, Head, Department of Nasal Ear Throat, treated black fungus after performing an operation with a nasal endoscopy, after which his eyesight returned. Anjali said that patients recovering from corona, without any symptoms related to black fungus, go to the hospital without delay and consult, they can avoid serious risk.