By Rehan Khan Khushik
JAMSHORO. The ongoing rains has seriously affected the various parts of country and specially Sindh.
Following rain emergency rain situation Jamshoro district affected and to cope up the various water born and other diseases situation, the medical camps were organized by LUMHS in different rain/ flood hit areas in district.
As it is second time in period of last 7 days, LUMHS free medical relief camps were organized at taluka hospital Manjhand and 50 flood hit villages in.Jamshoro district on Friday.
The Vice Chancellor of the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences Jamshoro launched a medical relief camps at the Manjhand Hospital in Jamshoro.
The experts of diseases, professors, doctors and medical staff conducted free medical examinations for the rain-affected patients.
Among the patients who came from different areas in LUMHS medical relief camp were countless gastroenteritis and malaria patients, of which a large number were children, men and women were also included
Briefing to local media, Vice Chancellor of Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences, Professor Dr. Ikramuddin Ujjan said that a medical relief camp was set up in Majhand city, where more than 50 more villages.
The Vice chancellor LUMHS said that more than 500 patients were seen in the LUMHS Medical Relief Camps, in which the children had gastroenteritis, malaria, fever, skin diseases, which were checked by professors and doctors and medicines were given to them. Experts advised the local inhabitants to use boil water and wash hands and avoid to use unboiled water.
Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Ikramuddin Ujjan said that an emergency meeting was called in the VC office, in which deans, professors and doctors of various faculties were attended and decided to organize the Medical Relief Camps in hit villages and towns.He said that following this decision the medical camps were set up.
He said that LUMHS has managed to set up medical relief camps in flood hit villages and towns like Dadu, Jamshoro, Hyderabad, Matyari, Thatta, Tando Mohammad Khan, Tando Allah Yar other districts of Sindh on daily base.
He said that Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences experts appealed to the general public and the general public that philanthropists, NGOs, doctors, professors, former students of LUMHS and the people of Pakistan should contribute more to this ongoing good work and Participate actively so that ration medicines and other supplies can be delivered to the victims of rains by LUMHS Medical Relief Camps.
Further Vice Chancellor said that medical companies are strongly requested to provide medicines for gastro malaria, fever and other medicines at LUMHS delivered to free medical camps.
He appealed to deposit your donations in this account number Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences Jamshoro.