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Mysterious viral fever stirred up in Karachi, Pakistan, falling platelets can kill

Pakistan Viral Fever: A mysterious viral fever has stirred up Pakistan. Karachi is witnessing cases of mysterious viral fever, which behaves exactly like dengue fever. It reduces the platelets and white blood cells of the patients, which can lead to the death of the patient. Local media, citing some health experts, said that this viral fever is spreading rapidly in Karachi.

Mysterious viral fever in Pakistan

Doctors and pathologists are being told that the cases of mysterious viral fever are increasing rapidly. When viral fever was tested for dengue, the result came negative. Professor Saeed Khan, Head of Molecular Pathology at Dow University of Health Sciences, said that for the past few weeks we have been seeing cases of viral fever, in which platelets and white blood cells are falling, while other symptoms are also similar to dengue fever. . But when the NS1 antigen of these patients is done, then they come negative in the test.

Mysterious viral fever confirmed in Karachi

Other experts, including doctors and hemato-pathologists from several hospitals in Karachi city, have also confirmed that a dengue virus-like pathogen is circulating in Karachi, causing a disease that is similar to dengue fever. It requires similar treatment protocol but it is not dengue fever. Dr Muhammad Zohaib, an expert attached to the Children’s Hospital in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, has also confirmed that the viral fever cases that have been reported were not dengue, but had dengue-like symptoms.

45 new cases of dengue in Islamabad

Due to this mysterious viral disease in Karachi, the concern of the people has increased, as well as the cases of dengue fever are also increasing. The District Health Officer (DHO) is being told that 45 new cases of dengue fever have been reported in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad on Friday. According to Pakistani media, a total of 4,292 cases of mosquito-borne viral disease have been reported in the capital in the current season.

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