OMG! Dengue reaches the brain, doctor dies in Delhi

New Delhi: Dengue infection is reaching the brain. The capital's hospital is witnessing a decline in new dengue cases but serious cases are increasing rapidly. There are patients in different hospitals who have had an effect on the nerves of the brain after dengue infection, which led to the patient being put on a ventilator. In such a situation, a doctor also lost his life.

A senior doctor at Loknayak Hospital in New Delhi said that dengue has made the condition of a patient so bad that the patient has been forced to be kept on ventilator support. The veins in the patient's brain have been badly affected. The dengue infection has also caused blood clotting. Due to these reasons, the condition of the patient is continuously declining.

It is also being said that a doctor working in the Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, Central Government has lost his life due to dengue. Dr Ishaan Bhagat was reportedly a resident doctor in the surgery department. He had to be admitted to Loknayak Hospital of Maulana Azad Medical College in Delhi but the infection was spreading to such an extent that the patient developed shock syndrome. At the same time, due to the influence of many organs, multi-organ failure could not save the doctor's life.

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