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Araku Lok Sabha Member Infected with Swine Flu Shows Gradual Recovery

by Julia Samuel on February 5, 2015 at 3:46 PM
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Araku Lok Sabha Member Infected with Swine Flu Shows Gradual Recovery

Swine Flu attacks creating a huge panic in the Telugu states have spread the infection to a member of Parliament.

Kothapalli Geetha, MP, Araku Lok Sabha constituency has been admitted in a private hospital at Vizag, due to complaints of chest pain.


The treatment was started after the swab test showed positive. Geetha was isolated and is heard to be recovering from the disease and is responding to the treatment positively.

The doctors report that she has recovered remarkably in the last two days and after another two days, Geetha might be discharged from the hospital.

Other cases of recovery from swine flu includes, a boy from Isukathota, who was admitted at the King George Hospital and was discharged. A 65 year-old- man from Abid Nagar was undergoing treatment at Care Hospital while a 56-year-old woman was being treated at the Government Hospital for Chest and Communicable Diseases.

There are cases where patients have recovered from swine flu, which highlights the fact, that early diagnosis and treatment is the key for swine flu recovery.

Source: Medindia


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