Delhi NGO sets up health camp in flood-hit Wayanad

Delhi NGO sets up health camp in flood-hit Wayanad
The massive floods in the state claimed over 400 lives and caused widespread damage.
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New Delhi: An NGO based in the national capital has set up a health camp in the flood-affected district of Wayanad.

The camp was set up earlier this month in Kamanna, Wayanad, by the Smile Foundation and has catered to over 186 patients, including 104 women, the NGo said in a statement.

The number of children enrolled at the camp are 61, it said, adding services include routine medical check-up, a glucose test, weight check, blood pressure check-up and medicine distribution.

As many as 38 patients have been directed to government hospitals through a referral system, it said.

People came with symptoms such as weakness, anaemia, joint pain, body pain, skin infection, allergies, gastric pain and headache.

The massive floods in the state claimed over 400 lives and caused widespread damage.

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