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Maharashtra: 50 travellers test negative for nCoV, 3 isolated at Naidu hospital
One 26-year-elderly person and a couple, who came back to Pune in the wake of making a trip to coronavirus-influenced Thailand and Shanghai, were disconnected and held under observation at Naidu medical clinic on Saturday after they reported symptoms such as cold, cough and fever.
Ramchandra Hankare, the chief therapeutic official of the Pune Municipal Corporation, said the 26-year-old had come back from Thailand on February 9, while the couple — a 27-year-elderly person and a 28-year-elderly person — had come back from Shanghai on February 2. Their throat swabs will be sent to the National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune, for tests.
Till February 15, an aggregate of 34,283 voyagers have been screened from 163 flights at the Mumbai global air terminal. Field observation is additionally effectively on over the state looking for individuals who have as of late ventured out to zones influenced by the novel coronavirus (nCoV).
Until this point in time, 193 voyagers have come back to Maharashtra from nCoV-influenced territories. From January 18 to date, 60 symptomatic voyagers have been secluded in distinguished offices. Till Saturday, 50 examples from the state have tried negative, according to reports from the NIV.
Pune: Jehangir Hospital launches liver transplant programme
Jehangir Hospital propelled its liver transplant program on Saturday. Made as a team with Apollo Hospital (Navi Mumbai), the liver transplant program at Jehangir will be driven by Dr. Parimal Lawate, leader of the branch of gastroenterology. The center group incorporates transplant specialists from Apollo Hospital — Dr. Darius Mirza and Dr. Vikram Raut — and joined by specialist Dr. Sachin Vaze and gastroenterologist Dr. Lalit Shimpi from Jehangir Hospital.
Consistently, around 30,000 liver transplants are required in India. Of these, just around 1,800 are performed every year. Although liver transplant has become a standard treatment for end-organize liver sickness, it is still far from numerous patients and they endure because of the absence of accessibility and appropriate way to deal with this treatment, specialists said at a question and answer session on Saturday.
Pune will require in any event 300 transplants each year and this association will take liver transplant methodology in Pune to the following level, they said.
Dr. Lawate stated, "Jehangir Hospital has had an enormous influx of patients with chronic liver disease and cirrhosis. A large portion of these patients is toward the end organize, which is the reason the liver transplant program was a characteristic movement to address this need."