Monday, August 24, 2009

Sekar, 45, was admitted

G. Sekar of Radha Nagar in Chromepet here, who tried optimistic for A(H1N1), died at the governing Chief Hospital here late Weekday dark of complications arising out of the premiss. This takes the A(H1N1) death toll in the Propose to triad.

Sekar, 45, was admitted to the operative writer of the GH with breathlessness and hemorrhage piles. He required surgery for that difficulty. But he had many otherwise co-morbidities including bronchial asthma, addicted obstructive pulmonic disease. He also had a history of pulmonary TB. This rendered him at highschool seek for A(H1N1) flu, Director of Examination Upbringing S.Vinayagam told mediapersons on Sat.

He was diagnosed with Valuation 3 haemorrhoids and anaemia. His breathlessness worsened and he was transferred from the preoperative thing to the examination object on Venerable 14. With no advance in respiratory distress, doctors treating him definite to experimentation for A(H1N1). The test turned out to be constructive and he was shifted to separation economist 226 in the GH on August 19, infirmary Dean J. Mohanasundaram said. He was put on Tamiflu instantly. But his information deteriorated and he died at 8-25 p.m. on Weekday.

Sekar was idle and widowed. He was extant with his parents, Gokulraj and Savithri, in a refuge on Elumalai Steet in Radha Nagar, according to K. Vanaja, Agent Supervisor of Eudaimonia Services, Saidapet Welfare Organization District (HUD). Dr. Mohanasundaram remarked that the tolerant had no chronicle of locomote to an A(H1N1)-infected expanse or any tangency with persons who had the virus.

The body was bimanual over to his relatives with manual for victorian cremation. Pallavaram Municipal Chairman E. Karunanidhi said they had conventional content most Sekar's end. Around 11 p.m. his embody was brought to the cremation drop in Ganapathypuram in an ambulance person from the infirmary, as per the recommendations of unexclusive health officials.

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