New Delhi: Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia was shifted to Max Smart in South Delhi on Thursday night from Lok Nayak hospital. Sources stated the choice was taken following exams, which confirmed that Sisodia suffered from dengue along with Covid-19.
A supply at Max hospital stated the deputy CM has been saved within the ICU of Max Smart, which is designated for Covid-19 remedy. “His condition is stable. There is nothing to worry about at present,” the supply added.
Co-infection as a result of Covid-19 and dengue is rising as a significant issue and docs at a number of metropolis hospitals have reported such cases up to now one week. “We don’t know much about possible complications associated with such co-infection as Covid-19 is a new disease. It is important to monitor such patients to ensure there is no sudden deterioration,” docs say.
Sisodia had examined optimistic for Covid-19 on September 14. Initially, he was beneath house isolation. He was admitted to Lok Nayak hospital on Wednesday when he complained about respiratory issue.
Earlier, on June 17, Delhi well being minister Satyendar Jain had examined optimistic for Covid-19. He was admitted to Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty hospital initially however later shifted to the Max hospital for administration of plasma remedy after growing pneumonia and having respiratory bother. He recovered in about two weeks.
“Both dengue and Covid-19 are viral illnesses with no known cure. In dengue, a patient can go into shock due to extremely low blood pressure, which warrants medications to increase the blood pressure. On the other hand, in Covid-19, high blood pressure is linked to higher fatality,” the docs say.
Public well being specialists say measures to stop seasonal diseases, extra importantly dengue, should be carried out strictly.
“We have seen more than 40 dengue cases already this year. Of that, one patient had Covid-19 also. Fortunately, the patient came within two days of the onset of fever and timely medical intervention helped reduce the risk of complications,” Dr Ashutosh Biswas, professor of drugs at AIIMS, stated. He added that co-infection provides to the danger of mortality and morbidity each.