New Delhi. In many states of the country, the incidence of viral fever among children is increasing rapidly. According to the information that has come to light so far, the causes of viral fever are different in different regions. While Uttar Pradesh is battling dengue, seasonal flu is more prevalent in Bihar, Noida and Delhi.
Pediatricians are also being diagnosed with pneumonia influenza in the AIIMS in Delhi. In Uttar Pradesh, government teams have also found cases of bacterial infections such as scrub typhus and leptospirosis. According to experts, these diseases are also causing death in newborns and children with low immunity. In addition to these the effects of the drug are getting better in other children.
The health ministry says mosquito-borne diseases have also spread across the country due to the monsoon season. A member of the policy commission and head of the Covid Task Force, Dr. “Apart from Corona, we need to be adequately prepared to fight dengue and malaria,” said VK Paul. We should cover our hands and repel mosquitoes and use mosquito nets.
Meanwhile, News18 has investigated why cases of the disease are on the rise.
On Thursday, the Indian Council of Medical Research confirmed that it had received dengue D2 strains in samples from several districts in UP. This can lead to strain hemorrhage which can prove fatal. Also, the number of platelets may decrease due to this infection.
The ICMR says: ‘The only solution is not to have mosquitoes breeding around you. Dengue is also a dangerous disease. According to the health ministry, dengue outbreaks have been reported in districts like Firozabad, Mathura and Agra. The team at the center in Firozabad also found cases of scrub typhus and leptospirosis.
A state in eastern India
According to the Bihar Health Department, the incidence of common viral fever has increased very fast. Sanjay Singh, special secretary of the State Health Society, told News18, “It is true that the number of viral cases has increased exceptionally this year. But there were no reports of deaths due to this. The children are recovering after the treatment. News of the deaths of two children came to light in Gopalganj where the children were admitted to the hospital late.
Delhi and Noida
Even in the national capital, Delhi, parents have come to see children in hospitals with complaints of colds, coughs, colds and fevers. Some children also have trouble breathing. Senior Consultant of Holy Family Hospital Dr. Dinesh Raj said- ‘This year the incidence of viral infections is higher. This includes cases of diseases like dengue, HIN1, malaria. We have seen an increase in the number of viral diseases in children since July. On the other hand, Dr. of Noida. “We are in the midst of an outbreak of viral fever,” said Nitin Verma. About 25 percent of all OPD children have symptoms of viral fever.
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