Diagnosed in Govt patients Mycomycosis Central as to be safe from infection (black fungal infection) Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Is asking.
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Despite best efforts to protect against Govt-19 infection, at present, Mycomycosis Of Black fungus There is another threat due to infection. We must know about this and protect ourselves from it.
For more than 2 thousand in Maharashtra Mycomycosis The state health minister said 2 days ago that there was vulnerability. 10 people have been killed in this. Many patients have lost vision.
What causes mucomycosis?
Mycomycosis or Black fungus Infection is caused by a fungal infection. This is for those who come in contact with fungal spores in the environment Mycomycosis Vulnerability occurs. This fungal infection can enter through wounds in the skin and cause damage.
The disease has been diagnosed in people recovering or recovering from Govit-19 infection. Patients with diabetes need to protect themselves from this infection if their immunity is low.
According to the advice of the Medical Research Council of India, Govit-19 patients should be treated for Govt-19 patients with the following conditions: Mycomycosis The risk of injury is high.
1) Patients with uncontrolled diabetes, who have low immunity due to steroid drug use
2) Those who have been in the ICU for a long time
3) People with co-morbidities
4) Those who have undergone organ transplant surgery
5) People who have been treated for cancer / acute fungal infections.
What are the common symptoms?
Skin infection of the air sacs located between the forehead, nose, cheekbones, eyes and teeth Mycomycosis Begins to emerge.
The Medical Research Council of India has advised in its guidelines to discontinue immunomodulating drugs that stimulate or suppress the immune system in Kovit-19 patients. Maintaining a proper hygienic environment will also help to avoid this vulnerability.
For patients receiving oxygen therapy, the water in the humidifier device should be kept clean and the water should be changed at regular intervals. Patients should maintain hand hygiene and body hygiene