Published: Sat, August 12, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

1 dead, 44 new swine flu cases

1 dead, 44 new swine flu cases

He said from now onwards Chief Medical Superintendents of the government hospitals would send swab samples directly to the GSVM lab for swine flu confirmation.

The swine flu toll in Odisha today rose to six with two persons succumbing to the disease in the state, official sources said. This is the second death in the state due to swine flu since July 1.

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The two were identified as Bijay Sahoo of Tirtol in Jagatsinghpur district and Jalandhar Meher of Bargarh.

According to Dr Sahu, a 35-year old woman had succumbed to the H1N1 infection in the first week of this month in Jabalpur, but he attributed this death due to delayed admission of patient. The isolation ward in the eye department building was meant for treatment of dengue patients but considering the rise in number of H1N1 patients, SCBMCH authorities converted it to treat swine flu patients and shifted the dengue ward to trauma care building.

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"We tried our best but unfortunately failed to save the person", said VIMSAR Nodal Officer (Swine flu) Sudarsan Pothal.

After a review meeting with authorities of the hospital, he sanctioned Rs 3 crore for procurement of necessary equipments, including ventilators, monitors, ICU beds, suction machines among others.

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