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Death of 110 children due to encephalitis from Litchi

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Death of 110 children due to encephalitis from Litchi

Death of 110 children due to encephalitis from Litchi

Death of 110 children due to encephalitis from Litchi. In Bihar, the number of deaths of children continuing with spoon fever has crossed 110.

After this, it is now being researched for its cause. Indian Medical Association (IMA) has expressed concern over the death of children from acute encephalitis.

 

After this, the IMA has decided to send one of its teams to Bihar. The Association says that the team of IMA will study the causes of the spread of this disease.

He will also make recommendations from the Bihar Government and the Central Government for its diagnosis.

Death of 110 children due to encephalitis from Litchi

 

In many respects, it has come to light that the presence of ethylene cyclopropyl glycine (MCPG) and hypoglycin in Litchi may be the cause of encephalitis disease in Bihar.

Therefore, the IMA has advised people not to let the children write them. Specifically, acne litchi should not be eaten.

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has expressed concern over the death of children from acute encephalitis in Muzaffarpur, Bihar and has decided to send specialist doctors team to Bihar.

 

This team will study the causes of the spread of this disease. He will also recommend the Bihar Government and the Central Government for its diagnosis.

According to the IMA, acne litchi should not be consumed. In the year 2017, the paper was published in an international medical journal on this matter.

In this, the cause of acute encephalitis in Bihar was reported to ethylene cyclopropyl glycine (MCPG) in Lechi.

Dr. RV Ashokan, Secretary-General of the Association said that the amount of sugar in the blood can be reduced suddenly due to the MCPG side effects.

Apart from this vomiting can have an effect on the brain. This also increases the risk of unconsciousness and coma. Apart from this, the presence of MCPG and hypoglycein can lead to high fever and epilepsy. Some such symptoms are being seen in children suffering from illness.

Sugar in the blood suddenly decreases

The association says that MCPG is poisonous. In the year 2017, the paper was published in an International Medical Journal, in which the cause of acute encephalitis in Bihar was stated to be the presence of MCPG in Litchi.

Dr. RV Ashokan, Secretary-General of the Association said that the amount of sugar in the blood can be reduced suddenly due to the MCPG side effects. It can affect the brain along with the vomiting. Due to this there is a risk of unconsciousness and coma.

Apart from this, the presence of MCPG and hypoglycein can lead to high fever and epilepsy. According to the association, some such symptoms are being seen in the children suffering from the disease.

Do not use domestic remedies, the IMA said that when people fall ill in remote areas, people start to waste quite a lot of time in home remedies. Therefore, children should be taken to hospital immediately after getting sick.

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