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  • #61
    Mysterious fever death in Tirupur

    Registration: September 04, 2019 04:30 AM
    Nallur,

    Udayasanth Singiswa (age 25) is a native of Bihar. He is based in Tirupur Maniyagarampalayam Road, Valliamyam town and works in Banyan Company. He fell in love with a woman named Abhinaya from Paramakudi.

    They had a 2-year-old boy, Viswanth Kumar. This baby has had a mysterious fever for the past week. The infant was then treated at a local hospital. However, the child does not recover from the flu.

    In this condition, the baby Vishwanthakumar yesterday morning suddenly vomited and panic. The parents were taken to the Tirupur government hospital for treatment. Rural police have registered a case and are investigating. The death of a 2-year-old child with mysterious fever has caused tragedy.
    https://www.dailythanthi.com/Distric...ious-fever.vpf
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    • #62
      Mystery fever kills one
      Registered: September 30, 2019 10:22 IST

      The tragic death in the area has caused the death of one person with a mysterious fever.

      Mystery fever kills one
      Death
      GROW:

      Dengue and mystery fever are spreading in the paddy district. Balasubramanian from Ramachandrapattinam near Paurushatram died yesterday due to dengue fever.

      Subsequently, the health department is actively working on the orders of District Collector Shilpa to prevent the spread of dengue and mystery fever in the Paddy District.

      Two people in the Bauvarshatram area and a woman in the 41st ward area of ​​the Paddy Corporation were diagnosed with dengue fever. They are being treated in hospitals. Manisha from Sankarankovil and Sermaselvi from Rettiarpatti near Othumalai have been admitted to the Paddy Government Hospital with dengue fever.

      Param Sivam (60) from Indira Colony, Vaikkalipatti, near the shop, died of a heart attack. He worked as a wage laborer in Kerala. Returned to town last four days with fever. Then he was taken to Tenkasi Government Hospital for treatment.

      Paramasivam, who was receiving treatment at the Paddy Government Medical College Hospital, died last night. This has caused tragedy in the area.
      https://www.maalaimalar.com/news/dis...ever-death.vpf
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      • #63
        Girl dies of ‘mysterious fever’ in Tirupur
        Published: Oct 09,201901:50 AM

        A six-year-old girl died of a ‘mysterious fever’ in Tirupur district on Tuesday, sources said.

        Coimbatore: According to sources, the victim, Varshini, studying in Class I at the Panchayat Union Middle School in Sivanmalai, had developed fever on Sunday. As her condition worsened with complications like severe vomiting and diarrhoea, her parents, Gopalakrishnan (40)--who runs a grocery shop--and Baby (37) took the girl to a primary health centre (PHC) at Savadipalayam on Monday.

        At the PHC, the girl was administered medicines and sent home, and her parents were asked to bring her if the fever failed to subside even after three days. Meanwhile, the condition of the girl deteriorated further and she suddenly swooned.

        Varshini was then rushed to a private hospital, but was declared brought dead by doctors. Following the death of the girl, a medical team from the Savadipalayam primary health centre has been camping in Sivanmalai for precautionary measures.
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        https://www.dtnext.in/News/TamilNadu...in-Tirupur.vpf
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        • #64
          HEALTH & LIFE: UNKNOWN FEVER TOOK 'SCHOOL CHILDREN LIVES' IN CHENNAI AND KANCHIPURAM!
          Home > News Shots > Tamil Nadu By S Vikram | Oct 13, 2019 03:08 PM

          Two health-related cases registered in Chennai and Kanchipuram As per Dhina Thanthi, Praveen Kumar, a 13-year-old schoolboy from Kanchipuram was studying class 8 in Government School, Kanchipuram. A few days ago, he was admitted to the Kanchipuram Government Hospital for fever and trouble breathing.

          Unknown fever caused death of a boy and girl in Chennai
          Reportedly, he returned to his home after a while and again caught up with Fever. Then he was admitted to a private hospital in Walajabad. Later, doctors advised his parents to take him to the Chengalpattu Government Hospital. Unfortunately, Praveen Kumar breathed his last while he was on his way to the hospital.

          In yet another incident, a 12-year-old girl caught up with Thiruttani from Yogeshwari in a private hospital. She was sent to Tiruvallur Government Hospital for further treatment.
          ...
          https://www.behindwoods.com/news-sho...n-chennai.html
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          • #65
            12-year-old dies of fever at ICH in Chennai
            It may be noted that last week an 11-month-old boy from Tiruvallur district succumbed to dengue at Sri Ramachandra Medical College Hospital.


            Published: 14th October 2019 08:52 AM | Last Updated: 14th October 2019 08:52 AM | A+A A-
            Maternal Death; Hospital deathFor representational purpose (Express Illustration | Amit Bandre)By Express News Service
            CHENNAI: A 12-year-old girl from Tiruvallur district died of fever at the Institute of Child Health (ICH), Egmore on Saturday. Officials said Yogeshwari from Tekkalur was referred to ICH with symptoms of dengue. However, a senior doctor at the institute said, “Though it was a case of clinically suspected dengue, blood result was negative for dengue. She came from Tiruvallur GH with almost no pulse.”
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            http://www.newindianexpress.com/citi...i-2047109.html
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            • #66
              Dengue suspected as two more girls from Tiruvallur succumb
              Two more girls from Tiruvallur district with history of fever died on Monday.


              Published: 16th October 2019 06:28 AM | Last Updated: 16th October 2019 06:28 AM | A+A A-
              By Express News Service
              CHENNAI: Two more girls from Tiruvallur district with history of fever died on Monday.
              According to the health department officials, “Nadhini (5),
              ...
              Meanwhile, another girl Monisha (8) from Thandalam in Tiruvallur district also succumbed to fever at the ICH.

              According to officials, five children succumbed to fever at Tiruttani in a week. Among the five was Nishath, 11-month-old boy, succumbed to dengue at Sri Ramachandra Medical College Hospital, Porur last week.
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              http://www.newindianexpress.com/citi...b-2048334.html
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              • #67
                Dengue cases on rise in Tamil Nadu
                DECCAN CHRONICLE.
                PublishedOct 18, 2019, 1:12 am ISTUpdatedOct 18, 2019, 1:12 am IST

                Chennai: The grip of the ‘mystery fever’ in the state seems to be getting stronger with several hundred cases being reported every day. The past month has seen an unprecedented surge in fever cases in the state, including dengue which has till now affected more than 3,400 people.

                According to sources, a large number of people from Tambaram, Pallavaram, Chengalpattu, Maraimalainagar, Kanchipuram, Sriperambadur and Madhurandhagam have been admitted to hospitals for ‘mystery fever’, which on an average requires 10 days of recovery period. They have been reported to run high temperatures between 103 degrees Fahrenheit and 107 degrees Fahrenheit and suffer from severe body pain. A four-year child from Guduvancherry also reportedly succumbed to dengue last week. However, public health department officials have denied the claims and have termed it a case of ‘viral’ fever.
                In Kanchipuram district alone, 211 people have been admitted to 23 district
                government hospitals and public health centres. Of this, 29 people are suspected to have dengue. Other than this, blood tests have confirmed seven cases of dengue in Kanchipuram government hospital alone.
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                https://www.deccanchronicle.com/nati...amil-nadu.html

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