Hyderabad: With the onset of monsoon in Hyderabad, cases of vector and water-borne diseases have witnessed a surge within the town.
Speaking to cuckoo, Superintendent of Hyderabad-based Government Fever Hospital, Dr Ravi Shankar on weekday aforesaid that from the past one week, the cases within the patient department has accumulated to one,000 patients during which 225 suspicious infectious agent fever cases are reportable.
“Jaundice cases have additionally been accumulated during this month when the monsoon hit town. In Gregorian calendar month until date, as several as fifty jaundice cases are reportable within the hospital. Waterborne diseases like infectious disease have additionally witnessed a surge. within the last fifteen days, 2 breakbone fever cases and one chikungunya case are additionally treated within the hospital,” Dr Ravi Shankar hip.
According to the doctor, in returning days, a minimum of until Sept, there’ll be a a lot of forceful increase in infectious agent fever and also the vector-borne diseases like breakbone fever, chikungunya and protozoal infection.
The doctors ar advising the general public to eat a healthy diet and keep themselves off from any such place that breeds mosquitoes.
Dengue, protozoal infection and chikungunya ar the foremost common diseases caused throughout monsoon that spreads through dipteran bites or parasites born in stagnated water.
The cases of such diseases increase in monsoon season thanks to the matter of water hindering that makes it a piece of ground for mosquitoes.(FA9NEWS)