Nizamabad shivers with dengue high temperature
Nizamabad: Dengue situations have actually gotten on the increase in both Kamareddy and also Nizamabad areas after the gale rainfalls. According to health authorities, 40-50 treatment are reported daily.
Panic spread out as a 22-year- old trainee young people Bharat Reddy, from Ryagatlapalli town in Bhikkanur mandal of Kamareddy area passed away of dengue on September 17. The BTech trainee Bharat Reddy’s dad, Rajeshwar Reddy, that operates in Army, confessed his boy to Secunderabad Military Hospital for therapy. When his problem did not boost, Bharat Reddy was changed to Yashoda Hospital for far better therapy yet he catch dengue high temperature.
Dengue high temperature has actually grasped a number of components of the Kamareddy Nizamabad areas following the rainfalls.
Nine individuals have actually passed away of the condition, 4 died this month.
All significant public and also personal health centers throughout Nizamabad area are crowded with dengue clients. 40 to 50 clients are confessed to government and also personal health centers in the area daily.
“Out of these, at least eight are rushed to Hyderabad for better treatment and admitted to the intensive care unit [ICU] while the rest are discharged in a day or two and these cases are followed up in clinics,” Laxman Singh, District Medical and alsoHealth Officer Kamareddy
“There is no vaccine or specific treatment available for dengue fever and the only prevention is to eliminate mosquitoes. This will also help prevent other mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria, currently prevalent in the flood-affected areas, chikungunya infection and maleria fever,” the authorities claimed.
“Last year, 44 dengue cases were registered in Kamareddy district. We have treated 26 dengue cases so far this year,” claimedLaxman Singh
A woman examining in an university passed away of dengue in Machareddy a month earlier, he claimed.
Although jungle fever is rather controlled, the variety of dengue situations in Nizamabad and also Kamareddy areas growing.
According toNizamabad Government Hospital Superintendent Dr Prathimaraj, the condition signs start 3 to 4 days after infection and also could consist of high fever, frustration, throwing up and also discomfort in the muscle mass, joints, eyes and also bones. It can additionally be connected with skin breakouts. In the most awful problem, there can be hemorrhaging from periodontals, nose, mouth, ears and also various other components of the body.
“In case of high-grade fever always take advice from qualified doctors. Drink plenty of water, eat home-made fresh food, have sound sleep, which will help improve body immunity” statesDr Prathimaraj