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FMC To Discharge Toddler With Covid-19, Two Indian Expatriates


Adenike Sanusi 
ABEOKUTA - The management of Federal Medial Centre, Idi- Aba, Abeokuta is set to discharge the two and half years old girl who tested positive for the novel coronavirus at the institution a month ago.

The toddler was admitted at the children emergency room on Sunday 13th June, 2020 on account of convulsion, high temperature and unconsciousness.

Following persistent high temperature, she was screened  for covid- 19 and the result returned positive.

Since that time, she has been under adequate medical treatment, massive resources deployment and relentless nursing intervention at the hospital's isolation ward.

Interestingly, the girl is now out of coronavirus disease as her two consecutive samples  returned negative.

Speaking on the matter, the Medical Director, Prof. Adewale Musa-Olomu expressed delight over the development, commending all the healthcare team that had been managing the girl.

The Medical Director said the girl is "presently stable and ambulant. She is being worked up for discharge and post discharge follow up clinic visits."

Prof. Musa- Olomu disclosed that apart from the girl, the hospital recently treated two covid -19 positive expatriate Indians who are staff of an Ogun based  multinational company .

He said the duo, who had near death experiences in severed diseased conditions were successfully resuscitated, treated and discharged home after their two consecutive samples for coronavirus returned negative.

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