Thursday, July 30, 2009

Twelve Students Suffering From A Severe Cough

Twelve Students who are suffering from a spreadable Cough with Breathing Problems were admitted to the Polonnaruwa Base Hospital in the North Central Sri Lanka both yesterday and today Hospital sources said.These Students are from a Muslim School in the area developed a non stop Cough and due to this measures are taken to stop the spreading of this Cough according to the Dr.Rukshan Bellana the Medical Superintendent of the Hospital.

The Medical Tests carriedout by the Medical Research Institute(MRI) on the Blood Samples of these students revealed that these Students are not suffering from the Swine Flu and it is a Dry Cough caused by a kind of Virus.

Maharagama Cancer Hospital Nurses Receiving Death Threats

Fifty Four Maharagama Cancer Hospital Nurses who are subjected to immediate Transfers are reported as sending Death Threats to the Nursing Staff of the Hospital who are giving Chemo Therapy Treatment to the Cancer Patients.This led Hospital Authorities to get Police Security to the Hospital since yesterday in the view of security of the Nursing Staff .

Police Officers are now petroling the Cancer Hospital preventing any Sabotage Act from the Transferred Nurses according to the Director of the Cancer Hospital Dr.Sulochana Yoganathan.Dr.Yoganadan also said that they received seventy new nurses to the hospital as replacements to the fifty four Transferred Nurses and with the help of them Chemo Therapy Treatment given to all the Patients without any delay.

Meanwhile the Court Case regarding the petition filed at the Supreme Court by the Transferred Nurses of the Cancer Hospital against their Transfers will be taken to review tomorrow.

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