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Santosh catches dengue fever
Our second year medical student Santosh has returned from a placement in a rural community in Makawanpur District called Ramanthali. He was only there for 1 week but found it extremely informative and he is now an expert on measuring blood pressure and malnutrition. After his return he contracted dengue fever which is a viral infection spread by mosquitoes and is very prevalent in Nepal. The infection is usually mild and passes after about 1 week without causing any lasting problems. But in rare cases it can be very serious and potentially life threatening. We are very proud of you Santosh and pleased to hear that you are now fully recovered ...
We are very proud to announce that one of our third year medical students KAMAL has passed his 3rd year final exams with flying colours. We are extremely pleased for him and know that he worked very hard to achieve such great results. Kamal was posted in the Psychiatry department and will now move into Anesthesia, followed by Dentistry and Radiology. Huge congratulations Kamal from all at DFN.