On the District Hospital in Noida, the variety of such sufferers had gone up thrice because the final week of December, medical doctors claimed. “Until final month, we had 100-150 sufferers coming with complaints like fever, sore throat and physique ache. However now, we have now been getting something like 400-450 sufferers a day. Lots of them are testing constructive for Covid,” stated Dr Vikas Kheria of the hospital.
As of now, solely these with comorbidities and respiratory issues are being suggested hospitalisation, added Dr Kheria.
The state of affairs isn’t any completely different at Jaypee hospital. “Within the newest part of the pandemic, the virus is spreading a lot sooner, however it’s much less virulent. This implies it is not going to go deep down and have an effect on the lungs, however will infect the higher physique airways. It will result in signs like fever, sore throat and physique ache. Over 60-100 sufferers are coming to us with related gentle signs and a majority of them are testing constructive. Hospitalisations are just for sufferers who’ve fever for over three days together with comoribities like diabetes and hypertension,” stated Dr Shovana Veshnavi, marketing consultant on the division of inner drugs at Jaypee hospital.
At Sharda Hospital, medical doctors are attending to 40-60 OPD sufferers day by day. “We’ve got began a flu clinic close to the doorway to the hospital to make sure our workers and different sufferers are secure. In a majority of the circumstances, the signs are gentle. Such sufferers are being suggested treatment and every week of house isolation,” stated Dr Ajit Kumar of Sharda Hospital.
On the hospitals in Ghaziabad, the same state of affairs is being confronted by medical doctors. “The variety of sufferers complaining about fever has elevated to round 100 a day. Nevertheless, the concern amongst individuals is sort of much less this time in comparison with the earlier wave. Together with correct counselling, most individuals coming to OPDs with gentle signs are being prescribed medicines and residential isolation,” stated Dr Upasana Arora, the director of Yashoda Hospital in Ghaziabad.