Black Fungus: around 20000 people infected with Mucormycosis in 26 states | Black Fungus wreaks havoc after India Corona, infection reaches 26 states; Ongoing treatment of 20 thousand patients

Black Fungus: around 20000 people infected with Mucormycosis in 26 states |  Black Fungus wreaks havoc after India Corona, infection reaches 26 states;  Ongoing treatment of 20 thousand patients


New Delhi: In India, the outbreak of Coronavirus 2nd Wave has started gradually decreasing, but meanwhile Black Fungus means mucarmycosis is spreading rapidly in the country.

20 thousand people are being treated in 26 states

Black Fungus infection has reached 26 states of the country and currently around 20 thousand patients are being treated for this disease across the country. According to the ICMR, the risk of mucormycosis is highest among diabetic patients.

Reduction of Black Fungus Injection in the country

There is a huge shortage of vaccines used in the treatment of Black Fungus in the country and injections are not available even equal to 10% of the total demand. Union Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister DV Sadananda Gowda informed on Monday that the central government has allocated an additional 30100 vials of Amphotericin-B to states and union territories. Let us know that Amphotericin-B is used in the treatment of mucarmycosis.

How many additional vaccines given to which state?

Sadanand Gowda tweeted, “All states / union territories and central institutions were allotted an additional 30,100 vials of Amphotericin-B today.” Along with this, he told that Maharashtra has provided the maximum number of 5900 vials and 5630 to Gujarat. Apart from this, additional vials have been given to Andhra Pradesh 1600, Madhya Pradesh 1920, Telangana 1200, Uttar Pradesh 1710, Rajasthan 3670, Karnataka 1930 and Haryana 1200.

What is Mucormycosis?

Mucharamycosis (black fungus or black fungus) is an extremely rare infection. It is caused by mucus fungus which usually thrives in soil, plants, manure, rotten fruits and vegetables. According to NITI Aayog member VK Paul, now a complaint of fungal infection has been seen in many patients of Kovid-19. This fungus infection is called Black Fungus. This fungus is often on the wet surface.

What are the symptoms of black fungus?

According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), black fungus can be identified by its symptoms (Black Fungus Symptoms). This includes nasal congestion, pain and redness around the nose and eyes, fever, headache, cough, shortness of breath, blood vomiting, mentally unhealthy and confusional conditions. It is attacking most of the patients of corona virus, who have sugar disease. This is such a serious disease that patients have to be admitted directly to the ICU.

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