Amid the double season in Ahmedabad, people succumbed to viral infections, record-breaking patients were reported
- 228 suspected dengue patients registered in OPD in one week
- 77 dengue patients had to be treated in Sola in 15 days
- Once again, the number of cases of viral infections suddenly increased
Amid the double season in Ahmedabad, people are engulfed in viral infections. In which record-breaking patients have been registered. In it, between the double seasons, people are caught in viral infections including fever, cough. Also in Sola Civil, a record breaking 1,838 patients of the virus have been exposed in a week.
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228 suspected dengue patients registered in OPD in one week
It is worth mentioning that 77 dengue patients have been treated in 15 days. And in the last one week, 228 suspected dengue patients have come. Amid the double season in the city, people are reeling in viral infections including cold, cough, fever, Ahmedabad’s Sola Civil has registered a record breaking 1,838 patients of viral infection. On the other hand, 228 suspected dengue patients have been registered in the OPD in the last one week, out of which 36 reports have come positive, last week there were 41 dengue cases, thus 77 dengue patients had to be treated in Sola in 15 days.
Once again, the number of cases of viral infections suddenly increased
Sources at Sola Civil Hospital said that due to the double season, the number of cases of viral infection has suddenly increased once again. Last week there were 1594 viral patients, which has increased to 1838 new this week. In the last one month, 6633 patients of viral infection had to be treated. Apart from this there is one case of Malaria, there were two cases last week, not a single new case of Chicken Gunia. Last week there were 5 cases of diarrhoea, this time double i.e. 10 patients have been treated. There are 2 cases of viral hepatitis, previously there were five. Typhoid cases have also increased, with seven cases this time as against one case last week. Swine flu is on the wane for now, with four suspected cases this week, though not a single report has come back positive.