Suspected monkeypox patient found in Noida Health Department alert – Monkeypox

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A suspected smallpox patient was found in Noida, adjacent to the national capital Delhi, on Wednesday. The Department of Health has given this information. Earlier, two suspected patients were found in Ghaziabad. The Department of Health said the suspected patient has been isolated. Your travel history is being tracked.

A monkey pox patient was found in Delhi, who is being treated at LNJP Hospital.

Two suspected monkeypox patients have been found in Ghaziabad. The sample of one has been sent to Pune, while the other is admitted to Delhi’s Loknayak Hospital. Another suspected patient with symptoms of monkey pox was admitted to the Loknayak Hospital in the capital Delhi on Tuesday. Symptoms of fever and skin rash have been detected in the patient admitted to hospital emergency. However, health department officials have not confirmed this.

In fact, after another suspected monkeypox patient was found in Ghaziabad on Tuesday, his sample has been sent to Pune for testing. The 28-year-old is a resident of Arthla and works in a private company in the Sahibabad area. The young man went to the MMG Hospital OPD for treatment. On getting the symptoms, the doctor treating him in the OPD reported the case to the CMO and the Vigilance Officer.

After that, the youth’s sample was sent to Pune for examination. However, the young man is currently at home. At the same time, monkeypox has been confirmed in Delhi in a young man living in Trans Hindon, but health department officials have denied having any information about it.

District Vigilance Officer RK Gupta said that after taking the patient’s sample, the investigation has been sent to Pune. He said a person from Arthla reached the OPD. Seeing the rash on the patient’s body, the doctors immediately wrote a query, regarding it as monkey pox. The department has sent the sample to the National Institute of Virology (NIV) in Pune for investigation.

The condition of the first patient found in Delhi is now stable and he is slowly recovering. If sources are to be believed, the patient will be discharged in a few days. According to patient isolation guidelines, those infected will have to stay in a separate room. Apart from this, you need to keep a three-layer mask and cover the infected skin.

Dr. RP Singh, senior doctor at MMG Hospital, says this disease is caused by a virus called Monkeypox. Monkey pox is part of the orthopox virus family. In this too there are rashes on the body like smallpox. In fact, the smallpox virus that spreads smallpox is also part of the orthopox family. The symptoms of smallpox are not as severe as smallpox, but mild. It is fatal in very few cases. It has nothing to do with smallpox.

Monkey pox virus symptoms and precautions

  • The disease is caused by the monkeypox virus, which is a member of the orthopoxvirus genus.
  • Symptoms can appear in a person’s body for 2 to 4 weeks after monkey pox.
  • Monkey pox is transmitted from people who already suffer from it, increasing the risk of spreading it to people who are in contact with this patient.
  • Monkey pox can be spread through body fluids and sleeping with the victim.
  • A person may have fever, body rash, swelling due to monkey pox.
  • To avoid this, stay away from wild animals.
  • If the meat is not fully cooked, do not eat it.
  • If a pet becomes infected, keep it in quarantine for 30 days.

CM Yogi held a meeting with the officials

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that in view of increasing cases of monkey pox infection in some parts of the country, special precautions should be taken in the state. According to the guidelines of the World Health Organization and the Government of India, the general public should be made aware by giving correct and adequate information about its symptoms, treatment and prevention etc. Consult the State Level Health Advisory Committee. He indicated that a minimum of 10 beds in Kovid hospitals should be reserved only for patients affected by monkey pox. He said these things in a meeting with the officers on Wednesday.

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A suspected smallpox patient was found in Noida, adjacent to the national capital Delhi, on Wednesday. The Department of Health has given this information. Earlier, two suspected patients were found in Ghaziabad. The Department of Health said the suspected patient has been isolated. Your travel history is being tracked.

A monkey pox patient was found in Delhi, who is being treated at LNJP Hospital.

Two suspected monkeypox patients have been found in Ghaziabad. The sample of one has been sent to Pune, while the other is admitted to Delhi’s Loknayak Hospital. Another suspected patient with symptoms of monkey pox was admitted to the Loknayak Hospital in the capital Delhi on Tuesday. Symptoms of fever and skin rash have been detected in the patient admitted to hospital emergency. However, health department officials have not confirmed this.

In fact, after another suspected monkeypox patient was found in Ghaziabad on Tuesday, his sample has been sent to Pune for testing. The 28-year-old is a resident of Arthla and works in a private company in the Sahibabad area. The young man went to the MMG Hospital OPD for treatment. On getting the symptoms, the doctor treating him in the OPD reported the case to the CMO and the Vigilance Officer.

After that, the youth’s sample was sent to Pune for examination. However, the young man is currently at home. At the same time, monkeypox has been confirmed in Delhi in a young man living in Trans Hindon, but health department officials have denied having any information about it.

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