AIIMS student dies of dengue
A STUDENT of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences died of complications caused by dengue on Saturday. The toll in Delhi now stands at 11.Updated: Oct 07, 2006 17:29 IST
A STUDENT of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences died of complications caused by dengue on Saturday. The toll in Delhi now stands at 11.
Kamal Raj Kiran, a seventh-semester student, was on ventilator since Thursday, and he died due to multi-organ failure. Dr. Bir Singh, professor of Community Medicine, said, "He was brought in a little late and his condition deteriorated quickly." He said the 21-year-old from Andhra Pradesh was a bright student.
AIIMS Medical Superintendent Dr. D. K. Sharma said, "Kiran developed a rare complication which caused his death."
The 23 patients being treated for dengue at AIIMS include 12 students and five nurses of the institute — showing how badly dengue has hit the campus.
First Published: Oct 01, 2006 01:38 IST