No indigence to overwhelming fear over rising influenza cases in TS:Harish
Hyderabad: Stating that there was no indigence to overwhelming fear over the increase in the influenza cases in the State, the Health Minister T Harish Rao on Wednesday said that should purpose medication as per the person who holds Ph.D. degree’s proposal for an appropriate course of action.
In scene of the become bigger or greater in influenza cases in various states, the Health Department organized a high-level critique casual or unexpected convergence.
A video recording meeting was chaired by the Health Minister on the state of affairs in the State and the preparedness of the health department. Harish Rao said that it is advisable to purpose medicines as per the person who holds Ph.D. degree’s instructions.
“If you have symptoms like fever, cold, cough, body pains, go to the nearest government hospital and get treatment,” said Rao admonition the masses that suitable precautions should be taken to forestall the propagate of high body temperature and cold from one individual to another.
The officials said that there was a slight become bigger or greater in cases in Telangana and the telephone number of visiting hospitals with high body temperature, and simple seat painfulness has increased.
It is stated that there is an become bigger or greater in out-patients (OPs) with youthful children coming to hospitals with these symptoms but there is no become bigger or greater in patients. Officials have got suggested that there was no indigence for to purpose antibiotics unnecessarily. The doctors should prescribe them to those who indigence.
Health Secretary Rizvi, Family Welfare Commissioner Shweta Mahanthi, DME Ramesh Reddy, DH Srinivas, TVVP Commissioner Ajay Kumar, Gandhi Hospital Superintendent Raja Rao, Fever Hospital Superintendent Shankar, Nilofar Superintendent Usha Rani, MGM Superintendent Chandra Shekhar and all the superintendents participated in this critique casual or unexpected convergence.