It has been revealed in a recent report that patients, several thousands in number, to be tested for hepatitis C infection are yet in need to wait a further week. Since, officials have been involved in the work of development of a facility, quicker and faster.
The state health department’s director of division of public health has told that varied groups have been appointed for the work. Immediately following the same, patients from the Exeter Hospital would be called for their testing.
As per the findings, a so-called serial infector had been once engaged in causing patients at the hospital to get infected by the hepatitis C virus. It is being said that he was a traveling medical technician, who was injecting used syringes in patients.
David Kwiatkowski, 32, was a worker at the hospice, who himself also had the infection that he had contracted some two years ago. He previously also had charges of stealing drugs and drug crimes. More than 3,400 patients hospitalized by his act were though tested last month by the New Hampshire health officials.
But, doubts about those receiving blood during the time caused the group to delay the testing process. While thirty patients have been found infected, others would get a check-up after probably a week.
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