Black Fungus cases Increasing in Bengaluru, The city in the wake of an increase in Black Fungus cases.
- The Increasing Black Fungus Case in Bengaluru
- Fill the beds of city hospitals
- Treatment of OPD in some Black Fungus patients
- Black fungus is also present in isolated Covid patients
Bengaluru News: Black fungus cases are on the rise in many parts of the country and the state is on the rise. Black fungus Or the lack of a bed for the treatment of patients with black fungus in Bengaluru, in spite of the hardship caused by the lack of the liposomal amphotericin B drug required for the treatment of patients with mucormycosis.
The answer is that wards are filling up in the city’s major hospitals, which have dedicated beds for serious cases, such as the Black Fungus. Despite being infected with a deadly black fungus, many patients are outpatient and return without treatment.
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At least two weeks for this dangerous infection Hospital Care is needed. This aggressive infection, which develops through the nasal passage, runs to the eye. Death is almost certain if it is spread to the brain. Black fungus has been seen in many patients recovering from Covid-19. Covidine therapy is supplemented with oxygen supplementation, which further worsens the condition of patients given high-dose steroids.
Fifty people were admitted to the Minto Eye Hospital. Due to the lack of bedding, more than 30 patients have been treated for OPD and referred to another hospital.
Black fungi in the house!
‘We have a 24-year-old cancer patient who has black fungus. He had no infection. Similarly, Black women had two fungus who were treated at home individually without being hospitalized when Covid arrived. They do not know how they got infected, ”said Dr. Manto Hospital Director. Sujatha Rathod said.
The Boring and Lady Curzon Hospital has developed a nodal facility for the treatment of black fungus. All 35 beds reserved there for such cases are filled. At St. John’s Medical College, 53 patients are being treated and new enrollment has been discontinued.
400-500 case in Bengaluru itself
‘After talking to medical community friends, Bengaluru It is known to have 400-500 patients in one. There are at least 25 cases in each district. This is only a small amount we know. It has been declared an epidemic. So, the actual statistics will be known soon, ”said Dr. Krishnan, a member of the Expert Committee on Mucormycosis. Bhujanga Shetty said.
Cannot be treated in eye hospitals
‘All the patients with myocardialmia are all married. It is very difficult to treat in eye hospitals as it is a multi-faceted condition. This also requires the assistance of ENT surgeons, physicians, neurologists and anesthesiologists. Our hands are tied up, ‘he said.