Gastro disease and its effects on Sindh province – Daily Notable
By Naqash Ali
There are situations where the Corona virus has upset the world. In addition to this disease mortality like gastroesophageal disease is rising again. This disease is also called epidemic. And this is the old epidemic. Gastro-disease is one of the most common eating disorders. Especially happens in the rainy season. It is most commonly found in children.
According to doctors, the disease is constantly caused by poor water consumption. Men and women’s are suffering from this disease. This disease causes abdominal pain, motions, and vomiting . And then slowly it affects the liver. The human body is depleted of water. The disease began in 1877 in India and in European countries.
Information about the epidemic in Indonesia was reported in 1961, then spread around the world. This epidemic is the 7th largest in the world. Earlier, the subcontinent Pak and India were suffering from six epidemics. Spread to the world between 1817 and 1923. Gastroenteritis is the leading cause of death in the world. Surprisingly, the disease rate in Pakistan was 90% lower last year. Asa well as more than more money is being spent on this disease in the world.
In 2006, over 40 gastro patients were undergoing treatment in the villages around Khairpur and Setharaja. It consisted of 20 children and 20 men women. They had taken to Setharaja Hospital. Other diseases in the Sukkur division of 2017 spread due to gastroenteritis, while hundreds of people admitted to public and private hospitals.
According to details, mercury in Sukkur, Ghotki, Nowshera Feroz and Khairpur increased from 48 to 51 degrees, and as well as result, the gastroenteritis spread and hundreds of people, including children, women, and men, admitted to private and public hospitals.
According to sources at Civil Hospital Sukkur, more than 20 people were admitted to the hospital while many were taken to private hospitals. In Ghotki, more than 70 people were admitted to different hospitals, and 125 people were admitted to Nowshero Feroz district and 110 to different hospitals in Khairpur district. In 2019, more than 3,000 gastro cases has reported in various government hospitals of Karachi city. More than 1800 children infected with gastroenteritis.
The National Institute of Child Health (NICH), while 1,100 children were admitted to Sindh Government Children’s Hospital under similar complaints.
The disease is currently on the rise in South Pakistan. And has appeared in some cities of southern Punjab. The disease is currently on the rise in Matari district of Sindh. The disease affected 100 small towns,. Due to this disease, many valuable lives have lost. Many of the mothers’ loosing of their children Recently. news of the death of two children in Gastro has reported in Allah Bux Nizmani village of Hala. Many patients in this village are undergoing treatment at Hala Hospital. The public servants took notice of it shortly after the death of their two children.
Therefore Syed Haider Shah Haidari contacted Makhdoom Jamil Zaman on the call and appealed for immediate treatment. Makhdoom Jamil Zaman contacted to DHO Matari for immediate action . As well as DHO Matiari immediately sent their rescue team proceeded to the Village Allah Bux Nizmani. The team of DHO Health Matari surveyed with help from village Karam Khan Nizmani’s social worker and teacher Fareed Ahmed Nizamani.
Affected patients started treatment. Many patients have referred to the hospital which is currently undergoing treatment. DHO team diagnosed about disease. They said chemicals present in the water caused by this disease. As well as also provide precautionary instructions to the villagers regarding this disease. Drink clean boiling water. And to direct cleanliness. As well as many cities and small villages of Matari district have been affected by the disease.
In the rainy season take measures against the disease directed by the Health Department. As it can save valuable lives.
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