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Dr.AJIT MISHRA, SUB-COLLECTOR, BERHAMPUR VISITED MKCG TO REVIEW ON DENGUE TOLL (!)

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Dr.AJIT MISHRA, SUB-COLLECTOR, BERHAMPUR VISITED MKCG TO REVIEW ON DENGUE TOLL (!)2011-09-03

Report; Manoj Kant Dash, Orissabarta 

BERHAMPUR: As per the direction of the Dist.Collector, Dr.Krishan Kumar    Dr.Ajit Mishra, Sub-Collector; Satrughan Kar, Tahasildar Berhampur visited the M.K.C.G Medical College and Hospital and interacted with the patients. Out of the 36 patients undergoing treatment for Dengu, 26 have been discharged after cure. Rests of the patients are under proper treatment. He was satisfied to know that sufficient number of kits for dengu is in stock. He specifically instructed that there should not be any lapses in the treatment anywhere at any stage. He also said that if needed, help from the district Red Cross can be sought. Stern action will be taken if any middle men try to create any obstacle in the process of regular treatment and functioning.Dr.Satchi Mohanty,In-Charge Supt.of MKCG also monitoring the entry of the affected patients.

 

When this Correspondent interacted over phone with the Collector, Ganjam Dr.Krishan Kumar, to know about his observation he said, no I have not visited I have instructed Berhampur Sub-Collector,Dr.Ajit Mishra to visit and report to the district administration.

 

Sub-Collector and Superintendent of M.K.C.G.Hospital, Dr.Satchi Mohanty categorically instructed to inform day to day feed back to me.

 

Dr.Ajit Mishra informed to orissabarta office we are watching every day and monitoring the situation.

 

Dr.AJIT MISHRA, SUB-COLLECTOR, BERHAMPUR VISITED MKCG TO REVIEW ON DENGUE TOLL (!)District level Meet to Combat Dengue and Chickengunia 

 District level meet was held to control and prevent the wide spread diseases dengue and chicken gunia at the C.D.M.O’s conference hall. Dr. Surya Kanta Patnaik presided over the meet. Earlier he instructed all the medical officers to complete all that is required to control and prevent these two diseases by 15th. Awareness is the key for this, he said. He further said that the villagers and the school children of the villages should be involved in the awareness camps.

 

Out of 1143 persons picked up from the five blocks of the district, blood samples of 98 people had been sent for testing. The reports showed that 16 were found positive towards chicken gunia and 12 persons found positive towards dengue. Doctors and health workers of all levels attended the meet.