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Monday, August 5, 2013

India, Pune : Baramati resident dies of swine flu; toll up to 30

Via Times of India :

A 34-year-old man from Baramati died of swine flu at a city hospital on Sunday, taking the number of people who died of the virus in the city to 30 this year. 

As many as 15 people are being treated at different hospitals across the city. Among them, seven have been put on ventilator support. 

Sanjay Pandurang Khade, a resident of Jalochi Road in Baramati, developed Influenza-like symptoms around July 22. He had fever with chills and cough. 

Doctors say that Khade had a liver condition. His health deteriorated but he did not seek medical intervention. When he complained of severe breathlessness on July 25, Khade was admitted to a private hospital in Baramati and later shifted to another hospital in Baramati which in turn advised his relatives to take him to Pune. He was admitted to Sahyadri Hospital in Hadapsar on July 27 and put on ventilator support as his condition deteriorated. He was shifted to 
Sahyadri Munot Hospital in Swargate as he needed dialysis treatment where he died at 6.25 pm on August 2."

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