Vadodara: A 58-year-elderly person kicked the bucket because of influenza like side effects at a state-run clinic in Vadodara city of Gujarat, an authority said on Tuesday.
When inquired as to whether the H3N2 flu infection was the reason, the authority said tests have been sent for testing and a survey board of trustees will decide the specific reason for the lady’s demise.
The patient was moved to Sir Sayajirao General (SSG) Clinic on Walk 11 from a confidential office. She passed on Walk 13, said Occupant Clinical Official (RMO), SSG Clinic, D K Helaya.
“We have taken every one of the examples and sent them for testing. The survey panel will decide the reason for the lady’s demise,” the RMO told correspondents.
The departed was an occupant of Fatehgunj region in Vadodara.
Gujarat has announced three instances of occasional flu subtype H3N2 up to this point this year, Wellbeing Pastor Rushikesh Patel had said a week ago.
“Till Walk 10 this year, a sum of 80 instances of season influenza were accounted for in Gujarat, out of which 77 are flu of H1N1 and three of H3N2 subtypes. Not a solitary demise has happened here because of H3N2,” Patel had said.