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Not only malnutrition, but also the treatment of seasonal illnesses in NRC
colony. Along with malnutrition, seasonal illnesses are also treated at the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center (NRC) at the district hospital. So far, this center has given new life to all malnourished children. At the same time, 12 children have been admitted to the center so far in May, and they are completely healthy after treatment.
The pediatrician, Dr. Sarfaraz Khan, says that these days due to the summer season, most children (especially the low weight ones) suffer from diarrhea and fever. Along with malnutrition, seasonal illnesses are also treated at NRC and children go home after recovering from it. Mohd, a resident of Vishunpur, in the Gaur police station area. Ahmed’s wife, Nazia, came to the NRC with her eight-month-old daughter. He said that the village Asha had told him that the weight of the child was much less. Take NRC. Stay there for 14 days and get treatment. At the time the child entered, the weight was four pounds and 300 grams. The boy also complained of diarrhea and fever. Treatment began immediately after admission. He was given nutritious food. There an assistant also receives food. On April 14, her weight of the girl had increased by 100 grams. Without fever and diarrhea, the girl now plays completely. Nazia says it was not possible for a working family to receive treatment at a private hospital, but all NRC facilities are free.
Sarfaraz Khan, the NRC nodal officer, said so far 12 children have come here this month. There is a provision for treatments and nutritious food for children. The food is given under the supervision of a dietitian. The hospital administration provides food to the mothers of malnourished children.
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Children in the nursery do not move
The pediatrician Dr. Vijay Kumar Yadav said children in the nursery never move to NRC. Only malnourished and very malnourished children are allowed. In May, 12 malnourished children were admitted, four of whom also complained of vomiting. It has been treated. In one week, about one hundred and fifty children with vomiting, diarrhea, diarrhea and fever have entered the nursery. Most have recovered and gone home.
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best treatment
The district hospital’s chief superintendent, Dr. Alok Kumar Verma, said there is a better treatment system at the district hospital. Every month, on average, between ten and eleven children are admitted to the NRC, who receive free treatment and food from the hospital. It is the effort of the hospital administration to offer facilities with better treatment to patients.

Not only malnutrition, but also the treatment of seasonal illnesses in NRC

colony. Along with malnutrition, seasonal illnesses are also treated at the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center (NRC) at the district hospital. So far, this center has given new life to all malnourished children. At the same time, 12 children have been admitted to the center so far in May, and they are completely healthy after treatment.

The pediatrician, Dr. Sarfaraz Khan, says that these days due to the summer season, most children (especially the low weight ones) suffer from diarrhea and fever. Along with malnutrition, seasonal illnesses are also treated at NRC and children go home after recovering from it. Mohd, a resident of Vishunpur in the Gaur police station area. Ahmed’s wife, Nazia, came to the NRC with her eight-month-old daughter. He said that the village Asha had told him that the weight of the child was much less. Take NRC. Stay there for 14 days and receive treatment. At the time the child entered, the weight was four pounds and 300 grams. The boy also complained of diarrhea and fever. Treatment began immediately after admission. He was given nutritious food. There an assistant also receives food. On April 14, her weight of the girl had increased by 100 grams. Without fever or diarrhea, now the girl is playing completely. Nazia says it was not possible for a working family to receive treatment at a private hospital, but all NRC facilities are free.

Sarfaraz Khan, the NRC nodal officer, said so far 12 children have come here this month. There is a provision for treatments and nutritious food for children. The food is given under the supervision of a dietitian. The hospital administration provides food to the mothers of malnourished children.

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Children in the nursery do not move

The pediatrician Dr. Vijay Kumar Yadav said children in the nursery never move to NRC. Only malnourished and very malnourished children are allowed. In May, 12 malnourished children were admitted, four of whom also complained of vomiting. It has been treated. In one week, about one hundred and fifty children with vomiting, diarrhea, diarrhea and fever have entered the nursery. Most have recovered and gone home.

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best treatment

The district hospital’s chief superintendent, Dr. Alok Kumar Verma, said there is a better treatment system at the district hospital. Every month, on average, between ten and eleven children are admitted to the NRC, who receive free treatment and food from the hospital. It is the effort of the hospital administration to offer facilities with better treatment to patients.

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