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Technician dies of dengue in Khyber Teaching Hospital

Technician dies of dengue in Khyber Teaching Hospital
August 12, 2017

PESHAWAR, 12 August: A technician at Khyber Teaching Hospital (KTH) died last night from dengue fever.
According to sources, Naimat Ullah was from North Waziristan and had joined the technician profession at KTH two months ago. He was residing at a bachelor hostel in Tehkal area where dengue has become rampant.
A week ago, he was hospitalized at a private hospital after KTH doctors refused to admit him and was found with dengue fever, said sources. After his condition getting deteriorated, he was taken to KTH again where doctors started his treatment, added sources. He lost his life fighting against dengue last night at the hospital.
However, the hospital administration denied of not admitting him at his first visit and said that he didn’t approached them earlier.
It is pertinent to mention here that four people have so far been died at KTH hospital from dengue and 86 others dengue affected patients were under treatment. According to hospital administration, 146 patients have so far been discharged from hospital after treatment.


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