The state authorities has determined to arrange separate wards as therapy for Mucormycosis, also called black fungus an infection, wanted ophthalmologists, ENT specialists, neuro and plastic surgeons, and many others, beneath the identical roof
Aurangabad: The Maharashtra authorities plans to arrange separate wards at hospitals to deal with folks with Mucormycosis, a uncommon and harmful fungal an infection which has been present in some COVID-19 sufferers in addition to those that had recovered from the an infection, state well being minister Rajesh Tope stated on Saturday.
He stated the an infection, additionally known as black fungus, was a brand new problem and its therapy wanted ophthalmologists, ENT specialists, neuro and plastic surgeons, and many others, beneath the identical roof and that’s the reason the state authorities had determined to arrange separate wards.
“A separate team of doctors would be appointed as well. We have received 5,000 injections to treat Mucormycosis and they are being distributed. More injections are being procured by the state government,” he added.
Tope stated Prime Minister Narendra Modi was scheduled to satisfy 17 district collectors of Maharashtra on 20 May and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will take a evaluate meet forward of it to debate well being infrastructure and different points associated to the COVID-19 outbreak.
He additionally stated the situation of senior Congress chief Rajiv Satav, at the moment hospitalised in Pune for COVID-19 therapy, was crucial.