It has been revealed that there has been a recent rise in the number of C difficile cases in the vicinity. The government of B. C. is of the view that the measures for controlling the widespread infection are being registered, but there is still a lot of work that needs to be done.
For a family which has recently lost a loved one due to this infection, there are doubts any action is being taken to get over with this infection. It's a case of the Burnaby General Hospital and Bhinder Rampuri, died after receiving months of treatment of his C .difficile infections.
It was revealed by the man's son Roger that his father did have a number of health problems, but the infection had been the major cause of his death.
"If C. diff attributed to my father's death, we want to know," "We want to know why, if the government and the hospitals knew [about the infection], why the information wasn't given to the public?" he added further.
There is need for further steps to be taken for the prevention of the disease and the area should be made clear of this infection in the time to come.
Otherwise it shall continue to claim lives and spread its infections over to many more in the time to com. It is essential that the government ensures that effective steps are being taken in this regard, so that further infection sources are reduced and the people can enjoy a better atmosphere safe and secure form infections in the time to come. It remains to be seen what the authorities have planned in this regard and whether their plans work accordingly.
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