Fever cases in Addhamki, Darsi, Marturu, Talluru, Markapuram, and Pedda Dornala as these regions are near Nallamala forests.
TIRUPATI: The enlarged fever cases qualms administration in Prakasam district. Above 1.37 lakh fever cases were recorded in the district this year, in that 452 dengue and 149 Malaria fever cases were noted. The district administration is not authorizing any dengue demises in the district but in realism there are many fever demises. The enlarged toll of fever deaths is truly making the medical and health section to worry more.
The upsurge of cases is evidently observed from past 3 months in the first half of October month 101 dengue cases were recorded out of 7541 cases. This giant when associated with 121 dengue cases in September and 54 dengue cases in the month of August. Formally there is no single dengue demise is registered. The medics say that most of the patients expire with a dengue shock disorder for which the blood pressure will acquire low and working of organs fail. It is not only low blood platelets that can source death in dengue patients, there are many other prospects.
The medical and health department is also accompanying area wise fever survey, testing larval growth and doing interstellar sprays along with leading medical camps. But the hygiene problem in the district which aids the mosquitoes to grow. The fevers are more in Addhamki, Darsi, Marturu, Talluru, Markapuram, Donakonda, Mullamuru and Pedda Dornala as most of these regions are near Nallamala forest area.
Speaking to media, DMHO, Ms Yasmin stated, “We are taking provisions to eliminate mosquitoes. Medical campsites are being led in all parts of the district. The patients who ever had fever should instantaneously report at the PHCs close. There is no dengue demises in the district, there are demises with fevers.”