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Aurangabad: Eleven physicians of the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) here have evaluated favorable for dengue, authorities said on Wednesday.
From September this year, dengue has up until now declared the lives of at least seven persons in the city, they said.
“The variety of dengue-infected people is increasing in Aurangabad. Now, 11 physicians and medical trainees of the GMCH have actually checked favorable for dengue,” GMCH superintendent, Dr Kailas Jhine, told PTI.
These physicians and trainees were confessed to the GMCH, he stated, adding that five of them were discharged on Tuesday after treatment, while 4 others remain in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) there.
“Although they run out danger, they have actually been kept under observation. One of the clients was moved to Mumbai based on the household’s demand,” Jhine added.
GMCH dean Dr Kanan Yelikar said loads of trash lying in the city must be blamed for the increasing dengue cases.
“The garbage concern is indirectly accountable for this,” she said.
According to her, the GMCH is likewise facing the issue of lack of diagnosis sets.
“We have actually demanded funds from the civic body for it. Currently, we are getting 100 to 150 dengue samples daily,” she stated.
Head of the health department of Aurangabad Municipal Corporation, Dr Neeta Padalkar, stated that Rs 2.5 lakh are being transferred to the GMCH for the purchase of sets for dengue tests.
“From September, dengue has actually claimed the lives of 7 persons in Aurangabad. Of them 6 persons passed away last month,” she stated.
“The number of dengue-infected individuals is increasing in Aurangabad.”Although they are out of danger, they have actually been kept under observation.”We have required funds from the civic body for it.”From September, dengue has declared the lives of seven persons in Aurangabad.