Health centres asked to keep drugs for snake, scorpion bites

FPJ BureauUpdated: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 04:40 AM IST
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Dewas : Instances of snake and scorpion bite increase during rainy season. In order to give relief to victims, anti-venom serum and life-saving medicines would be made available at district hospital, community hospital centres, city health centres and other health centres.

Collector Ashish Singh said these medicines would be available at the health centres and doctors and paramedical staff would also be available at the centres to treat patients.

The collector also ordered the health officer to keep the teams ready at medical centres to provide immediate help to flood-affected people and to treat seasonal diseases. For this they have been asked to store essential life saving medicines.

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