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2 more suspected cases of H1N1 in Jorhat

By Correspondent

JORHAT, March 13 � The authority of the Jorhat Medical College Hospital (JMCH) today prescribed the H1N1 test for two infants who are now undergoing treatment in the hospital.

As doctors of JMCH observed symptoms of swine flu infection among them they were referred for the test. However, samples of two symptomatic patients of the hospital have been proved negative by the Regional Research Centre and the reports were received by the JMCH today.

A lady doctor, who was confirmed to be a swine flu patient, has been released from the hospital after successful treatment.

Further, the district administration today has prepared the draft of an inspection panel to examine the quality of service provided by private laboratories and nursing homes in the city and its adjoin areas.

�The panel will comprise two magistrates, one microbiologist from a reputed medical college and one district level officer of the State health service department,� said an administrative officer.

As allegations of flouting safety rules and stipulated guidelines were reported Solanki Vishal Vasant, deputy commissioner yesterday assured of proper inspection and disciplinary legal actions against the nursing homes and laboratories if any violation becomes apparent during the inspection.

The deputy commissioner also promised of initiating probe against any such health service providers after receiving specific complaints from any citizen.

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2 more suspected cases of H1N1 in Jorhat

JORHAT, March 13 � The authority of the Jorhat Medical College Hospital (JMCH) today prescribed the H1N1 test for two infants who are now undergoing treatment in the hospital.

As doctors of JMCH observed symptoms of swine flu infection among them they were referred for the test. However, samples of two symptomatic patients of the hospital have been proved negative by the Regional Research Centre and the reports were received by the JMCH today.

A lady doctor, who was confirmed to be a swine flu patient, has been released from the hospital after successful treatment.

Further, the district administration today has prepared the draft of an inspection panel to examine the quality of service provided by private laboratories and nursing homes in the city and its adjoin areas.

�The panel will comprise two magistrates, one microbiologist from a reputed medical college and one district level officer of the State health service department,� said an administrative officer.

As allegations of flouting safety rules and stipulated guidelines were reported Solanki Vishal Vasant, deputy commissioner yesterday assured of proper inspection and disciplinary legal actions against the nursing homes and laboratories if any violation becomes apparent during the inspection.

The deputy commissioner also promised of initiating probe against any such health service providers after receiving specific complaints from any citizen.

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— Dalai Lama(THIS IS STATIC)