With the Corona epidemic, dengue is starting to scare, daily deaths in different areas of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh; Learn Recent
The corona epidemic has not yet spared the country that the condition of many states including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh is worsening due to dengue and other deadly viral fevers. Dengue outbreak did not stop in Braj region of Uttar Pradesh. Nine patients died here in 24 hours. On the other hand, a patient died of dengue in Agra on Sunday.
Four patients, including an eight-month-old child and a teenager, died during 24 hours in Firozabad. On Sunday, 71 patients of fever were admitted to the government hospital in the district. A youth died in Agra. Dengue has been confirmed in 16 of the patients admitted to SN Medical College, Agra. A teenager and a girl died in Kasganj. A girl suffering from fever died in Mainpuri. So far, dengue has been confirmed in 74 patients in the district. In Mathura, 20 new cases of dengue have been reported,
Preparations to deal with fever on the lines of Corona
To deal with fever in Mathura district, the Health Department has started work on the lines of Corona. Village-village monitoring committees have been activated. The ICCC [Integrated Command and Control Center] at the Collectorate has been started. Even after the patient who is confirmed with dengue is healthy, the well being is being taken for a week. 385 dengue patients have been confirmed in the government records in the district. So far only 16 patients have died due to fever.
Dengue outbreak in Madhya Pradesh too
Dengue patients are being found in all the districts of the state except Umaria and Anuppur. The number of dengue patients is increasing continuously in Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur and Bhopal. On an average 125 patients are being received every day. Since January, 3900 dengue patients have been found here in the investigation of 20 thousand samples. Of these, greater than 2200 sufferers have been discovered solely in September.
Plasma leaking on the third day of fever
D-2 strain of dengue is proving fatal. On the third day of fever, plasma starts leaking from the blood vessels in children, swelling is coming on the body. Hemoglobin increases due to thickening of the blood. Dr. Neeraj Yadav, a pediatrician of SN Medical College, Agra, said that since August 14, more than 70 children suffering from fever have been admitted. Blood consists of 45 percent red blood cells ([red blood cells]], 55 percent plasma. From the third day, plasma starts leaking from the blood vessels. It is highest from the fourth to the sixth day, due to which swelling comes on the body. Blood volume decreases. The blood begins to thicken and the hemoglobin level rises from 12 to 17 to 18. During this, vomiting starts, if there is a lack of fluid in the body, then it can be fatal. Therefore, there should be no shortage of water in the dengue patient.