Govt hospital sets up separate fever, dengue wards to curb flu

  • | Friday | 9th November, 2018

The OP was also to work round-the-clock.On Thursday, CMCH formed separate fever and dengue wards for inpatients and a 24x7 outpatient clinic. “Now, all fever patients will be sent directly to the separate OP for diagnosis. Coimbatore: Separate fever and dengue wards were set up at the Coimbatore Medical College Hospital (CMCH) on Thursday, when three more people died of fever-related complications in the hospital, based on public health department’s instructions. While another one, identified as Muthuchamy, a former bank employee from Pudhu Colony, died of viral fever, the third one - a 40-year-old man from Rayarpalayam - died of brain fever. This was to ensure that patients, who come with other ailments, also do not get infected with fever.

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