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Kerala में दिमाग खाने वाली बीमारी बरपा रही है कहर, अमीबा ने कई बच्चों की ली जान | Amoeba infection

02:09 PM Jul 08, 2024 IST
kerala में दिमाग खाने वाली बीमारी बरपा रही है कहर  अमीबा ने कई बच्चों की ली जान   amoeba infection

Kerala में दिमाग खाने वाली बीमारी बरपा रही है कहर, अमीबा ने कई बच्चों की ली जान | Amoeba infection

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केरल में मई से अब तक दिमाग खाने वाले अमीबा के चार केस मिले हैं। सभी मरीज बच्चे हैं, जिनमें से तीन की पहले ही मौत हो चुकी है। मेडिकल एक्सपर्ट्स बताते हैं कि यह संक्रमण तब होता है जब फ्री-लिविंग गैर-परजीवी अमीबा बैक्टीरिया दूषित पानी से नाक के जरिए शरीर में घुसता है।

Four cases of brain-eating amoeba have been found in Kerala since May. All the patients are children, three of whom have already died. Medical experts say that this infection occurs when free-living non-parasitic amoeba bacteria enter the body through the nose from contaminated water.

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