Dimapur, November 18 (EMN): The health association of Zunheboto area organized a free health camp at the Hornbill Ahuna-Mini Festival during November 12-14. He informed the updates of Zunheboto's chief medical officer on Sunday that all patients and health services are provided free of charge for all patients, citing about 364.
A number of disorders were treated and minor OT was made during the event. Urine tests, HIV tests, blood groups, and an AFB sputum check were also carried out, and the updates were noted. Furthermore, 30 eye cases were screened and 91 laboratories were carried out. Pamphlets and leaflets were also distributed.
Another medical event held in Zunheboto was World Diabetes Day. The area observes the World Diabetes Day & # 39; with the theme of The Family and Diabetes – diabetes is worried to every family, & # 39; on November 14 in the old town's government primary school, Zunheboto.
According to a press release, Zunheboto's chief medical officer, Dr. CW Tungoe, urged participants to adopt healthy lifestyles, correct diet, regular exercises, and encourage participants to go for regular blood sugar checks. He said the main objective of observing the world's diabetes day was to raise awareness amongst the community about the causes and effects of diabetes and to inform the public about the availability of facilities in health units.
Tungoe said that the complications of diabetes harm the vital organs of a human body and ultimately diabetic patients hit multiple organ failure. He mentioned that around 80% of diabetes development could be prevented by regular exercise, food management, stress avoidance and living.
The updates mentioned that a screening camp was being carried out when 91 people had screened for blood sugar.