In order to increase the number of patients related to heat related diseases among paramedics in several hospitals in Delhi, doctors said on Monday that the situation has not reached the "alarming" level and adequate arrangements have been made. is. Increasing temperatures broke all records on Monday, where mercury in various parts of the national capital was recorded up to 48 degrees Celsius. Dr RS Taneja, Professor and Consultant, Department of Medicine, RML Hospital said that more patients are reaching the Emergency Ward with complaints of water shortage, fever, lung and muscular pain, diarrhea, reducing blood pressure and headache complaints.
He said that in many cases, electrolyte is reaching an abnormal level in people, due to which there are complaints about dizziness and unconsciousness. Taneja said, "We are giving immediate treatment to such patients and fluids are transported through the veins. In this season, people should avoid sunburn, drink water, and avoid oil-spiced food. People should eat fresh food and wear light colored cotton clothes. "
The doctors said that the number of patients coming to the Emergency Ward of Safdarjung Hospital along with AIIMS has increased. However, he says that there is nothing to worry about so far. Dr. Sanjay Jain, Medical Superintendent of Satyarthi Raja Harishchandra Hospital said that no one has died due to Lu's death. Medical superintendents of GTB Hospital also said that there is nothing to worry about and matters related to heat are like regular cases. A senior doctor at Safdarjung Hospital said that while leaving the sun, take an umbrella with you and carry a bottle of water.