Kathmandu. Seasonal epidemics are now spreading throughout South Asia. Doctors have urged doctors not to shake hands and shake hands as various diseases are spreading in Nepal. According to the Epidemiology and Disease Control Division, there were 1,949 seasonal outbreaks in 3,000 patients tested during the month of June.
Director of the Division Dr. Bhima Acharya has stated that it is necessary to take immediate care in case of fever, sore throat, headaches and colds, do not go to the crowd without much needed work, eat nutritious food, shake hands as much as possible, do not wear hugs.
Likewise, Dr. Lord Koirala says there is knowledge in the city of smoke, pollution and all. He also knows that he is getting sick. We are debating the importance of concentrating on food. However, we do not apply ourselves. Which is the biggest problem. Health institutions are readily available everywhere in the city. But, we are not going to do a health test without getting sick. Very few follow the doctor’s advice. Now the habits have to change. Regular health tests should be done. Physician consultation must be applied. Otherwise, we don’t know what’s going on. On the inside there is another disease afflicted. And it is the seasonal viral that takes life.
In Kathmandu and other districts of the country, the number of patients with the seasonal influenza virus has increased. The number of patients infected with the influenza virus TAPA A (H1N1) virus last July-September was.
Director Acharya said that the seasonal weather conditions could spread at any time, so Hameses should be on alert. He suggested that the virus be infected quickly, as the virus is rapidly transmitted to a person with a low immune capacity. “Being a normal seasonal colder, you need to be careful not to be too scary, if there are complications, the risk of death is high,” he said. In the past, the virus was transmitted from pigs (H-1). Now it has changed its appearance.
Shukraj Raj Tropical and Infectious Diseases Hospital Teku’s Dr. Sher Bahadur Pun said that Seasonal Influenza (HN-9) attacked the vulnerable person and brought the disease to both lungs in a short time. Over the past few years, the number of HNO patients has been steadily increasing.
Shukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital is coming to the hospital daily for only 1 to 3 patients. Dr. Pun said that the change in the genes of the H1N1 virus was beginning to show drastic change, while using the medication ‘Tammy Flu’ did not work. Pneumonia is seen in patients.
In particular, seasonal influenza viruses have been shown to be infectious in recent times, despite the change in weather, summer break, autumn, autumn, winter and heavy rains.
Health workers employed in the treatment of such groups as those with tuberculosis, respiratory diseases, heart, obesity, smoking and drinking, asthma, diabetes, kidney disease, dialysis, persons over the age of five and children under five years, pregnant women, are at high risk of infection. Director Acharya provided information Reference Materials