KARACHI: A 55-year-old lady died throughout the remedy after being bitten by a mad canine within the metropolis.
As per Jinnah Hospital’s Senior Govt Dr. Seemi Jamali, the girl, who hailed from Nawabshah, was delivered to the hospital on October 16 after a mad canine had bitten her on the neck.
The household of the girl claimed to have vaccinated the affected person after the incident, nevertheless, Dr. Jamali stated that there was no proof of it.
The hospital was offering all amenities to the girl, however she succumbed to the chew, Dr. Jamali added.
The medical superintendent of Jinnah Hospital stated that 9 circumstances of the canine chew had been delivered to the medical facility this 12 months to this point.
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The difficulty of canine chew has grow to be prevalent in Karachi. It’s pertinent to say right here that in a current incident 12 folks, together with a police officer, had been rushed to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital of town for vaccination after a rabid canine bitten them, however medical doctors refused to manage the Anti-Rabies Vaccine because of the non-availability of ARV.
The Sindh Excessive Courtroom can also be listening to a petition over the motion in opposition to stray canine and a scarcity of anti-rabies vaccine.