Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak takes stock of Mohanlalganj food poisoning patients

  • Moment to moment report of food poisoning incident in Mohanlalganj sought from doctors
  • The patient was referred from Civil to KGMU under his care.
  • On the instructions of the Deputy Chief Minister, the Principal Secretary Health took the condition of the victims.
  • 17 children are also in the grip of disease

Lucknow: Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak inquired about the health of people who fell ill after having food at a birthday party at Gaura village in Mohanlalganj.  19 patients from Community Health Center were referred to Civil Hospital. The Deputy Chief Minister reached the Civil Hospital to see the patients. Gained information about the treatment of patients from doctors. Despite treatment, the condition of one patient could not improve. So he got the patient shifted to KGMU under his care. Earlier, the Principal Secretary Health went to Mohanlalganj and inquired about the health of the patients.

Sunny Rawat’s one-year-old son Keshu had a birthday party in Gaura on Monday. About 80 people saw their condition detrioriating.  These patients were admitted to the Community Health Center. On the instructions of Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak, Principal Secretary Health Partha Sarathi Sen Sharma went to Mohanlalganj. Met the families of the victims. After that, the condition of the patients admitted in the hospital was taken. He took information about treatment from doctors there.

Now 43 patients, including 15 men, 11 women and 17 children, are in the hospital with these patients complaining of abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea and fever. All the patients are stable after treatment. Hospital, food sample results are awaited for diagnosis. Despite treatment, seeing the condition of 19 patients did not improve, doctors told them the need to refer them.

On the instructions of the Deputy Chief Minister, the patients were admitted to the Civil Hospital from Mohanlalganj with the help of ambulance. After that the Deputy Chief Minister himself reached the Civil Hospital. Get information from doctors about the health of patients. He directed the doctors to provide proper treatment to the patients.

The doctors described the patient Manoj as serious. The Deputy Chief Minister immediately called up KGMU CMS Dr. SN Shankhwar and instructed to admit the patients. Under his supervision, the patient was referred to KGMU.

The Deputy Chief Minister directed to make available information related to the treatment of patients on phone from time to time. He said that any kind of negligence in the treatment of patients would not be right. Along with this, the Deputy Chief Minister has given instructions to reserve beds in Lokbandhu and Balrampur hospitals. CMO Dr. Manoj Agarwal has been asked to personally supervise the patients admitted in CHC.

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