HYDERABAD: With dengue, typhoid and jungle fever becoming endemic to Shaheen Nagar in Old City, scores of cases are accounted for from the space day by day. The mosque center in Shaheen Nagar has over the most recent 30 days treated 569 youngsters experiencing vector-borne afflictions from 20 ghettos.
An overview by the mosque facility has shown that 51% of complete typhoid cases, 22% of dengue cases and 2% of intestinal sickness cases were accounted for in a group of 20 ghettos in Shaheen Nagar catchment while 15% of typhoid cases and 11% of dengue cases were accounted for in ghettos of Rajendra Nagar and Hasanagar catchment region in Old Hyderabad.
Of the 569 kids, who got free treatment including meds and blood tests in the beyond one month, 421 cases identified with typhoid, 133 cases to dengue and 15 cases to jungle fever. The mosque facility is overseen by Helping Hand Foundation in a joint effort with SEED, a NGO situated in the USA, and American Muslim Physicians of Indian Origin (AMPI). The mosque facility obliges the wellbeing needs of individuals living in around 20 ghettos spread over Shaheen Nagar, Hasanagar, Rajendranagar and Achi Reddy Nagar.
Tests for typhoid and dengue were done liberated from cost. Inferable from the in-house lab office the tests were done in more limited window and treatment could be started on opportune premise, he said.
He said that 60% of dengue positive cases required hospitalization after conclusion because of a low platelet count. All dengue cases were treated in OGH and Niloufer clinic. Upwards of 15 patients required affirmation in private medical clinics and the hospitalization charges were borne by the NGO.
Every persistent of typhoid would have spent a base Rs 3000 for meds, lab tests and counsel and dengue patients would have spent essentially Rs 2000 for tests and medication. By giving free tests and treatment, the mosque center has helped the helpless save over Rs 20 lakh cash based costs.