Swine flu attack in the state again, one died and few affected

Swine flu has knocked in the state again. The SF virus is proven to be fatal at the beginning. One of the patients suffering from swine-flu admitted to Max Hospital has died.
The 61-year-old patient was from Dehradun. Symptoms of swine-flu were found in the patient in the first place. Later, a blood sample was sent to Delhi for examination but before the investigation report came, the patient died on January 3. Swine flue was confirmed on Thursday in the patient’s ELISA detection from Delhi’s NCDC Lab.
The patient was also suffering from diabetes. At the same time, another patient died a few days ago in the Shri Mahant Indresh Hospital located in Patel Nagar, has been diagnosed with ELISA report. However, the reason was not swine flu.
However, SF has started showing its effect in the state. Here are six patients suffering from swine flu in different hospitals. One patient in Max Hospital, one in Synergy Hospital and four patients suffering from SF are admitted in Sri Mahant Indresh Hospital. All of them are being treated under the supervision of physicians.
At the same time, a suspected patient’s samples from Max Hospital and another suspected patient from the Military Hospital have also been sent to Delhi for investigation. On the other hand, the knife of the swine flu has swelled away from the health care.
Chief Medical Officer Dr SK Gupta has issued advisory to all government and private hospitals. He said that any patient suffering from SF should be immediately given information to the Health Department. There should be no negligence in the treatment of patients. Teaching Hospital of Doon Medical College has also been alerted.

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