14-day-old innocent girl suffers from black fungus, successful operation in Agra

Lucknow: Black fungus cases that have emerged as a new challenge amid the corona epidemic are still being found in the country. There has also been news of a relief in the midst of this crisis, which raises hopes. A 14-day-old girl in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, had symptoms of black fungus, where doctors successfully operated on the baby and rescued her from black fungus.

Doctors at Sarojini Naidu Medical College in Agra successfully operated on the girl. According to media reports, a 14-day-old girl with a black mark on her cheek was admitted to the hospital on Saturday. Dr Akhilesh Pratap Singh said the girl was later operated upon and the black fungus infection was removed. According to the doctor, the baby had some heart and kidney problems when admitted and was underweight, although the baby did not have symptoms of covid. Now after the operation the baby is out of danger and she is under the supervision of doctors in ICU.

So far, one patient has died of black fungus at Sarojini Naidu Medical College Hospital in Agra, while there are about 32 patients who are undergoing treatment. Several cases of black, white and yellow fungus had added to the woes amid the second wave of corona. The hardest part was that in many places even injections or medicines used in its treatment were not available. However, emphasis is now being laid on the supply of medicines by the Central and State Governments.

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