In Muktsar, 35 dengue circumstances in simply 2 months
Muktsar, October 22
The variety of dengue circumstances has been rising in Muktsar district for the previous two months. As many as 49 dengue circumstances have been reported thus far within the district. Of those, 35 had been reported in lower than two months.
A perusal of the data procured from the Well being Division revealed that most 17 circumstances had been detected in Malout city, adopted by 13 in Gidderbaha city, six within the Lambi block, 4 in Muktsar city, three every in Chak Sherewala, Alamwala and Doda blocks.
Shockingly, there isn’t a MD (Medication) physician in any authorities hospital within the district. In such a state of affairs, all these requiring free therapy are being referred to Guru Gobind Singh Medical Faculty and Hospital, Faridkot.
Additional, the single-donor platelet focus (SDPC) machine, which reached the Muktsar Civil Hospital six months in the past, has been made practical.
Dr Rashmi Chawla, District Epidemiologist, Muktsar, mentioned, “The utmost variety of dengue circumstances have been detected in city areas. We now have issued an advisory for the general public and are spreading consciousness as effectively.”
Equally, Dr Ranju Singla, Chief Medical Officer, Muktsar, mentioned, “We now have lately made the SDPC machine practical. Nonetheless, the posts of MD (Medication) medical doctors are nonetheless mendacity vacant.”
Excessive-grade fever one of many signs
The signs of the illness embody high-grade fever above 102°F, headache, ache in eyes, normal physique pains, vomiting, pores and skin rashes, which have to be monitored for seven to 10 days by medical specialists.
What precautions you’ll want to take
- All the time maintain overhead water tanks correctly lined
- Drain out water from coolers and scrub these dry as soon as per week
- In case of fever, get your blood examined on the earliest
- Put on full-sleeve garments and take full therapy if contaminated
- Don’t permit water to stagnate in and round your own home
- Don’t throw discarded containers, tyres, pitchers and pots on the rooftop