Air pollution causes permanent damage; children reporting issues in brain, lung, heart: Professional

Air contamination triggers permanent damage; kids reporting problems in brain, lung, heart: Professional

Delhi Air Quality, Air Pollution
Image Source: PTI Air contamination triggers permanent, permanent damage to children’s health, says professional Air contamination sets off major health

problems in kids and causes irreparable and irreparable damage, Dr Arvind Kumar, the Chairman of Institute of Chest Surgical Treatment at Medanta Hospital in Gurugram said on Sunday. His statement can be found in wake of degrading air quality in Delhi-NCR post Diwali. The air quality in the national capital is now in the’severe’category. There is smog in the air and it will continue till January, Dr. Kumar stated. Speaking even more, Kumar, mentioning the”Lung Care Structure”research study, said,”More than 50 per cent of teenagers in Delhi have a higher occurrence of chest signs, 29 percent have asthma, 40 per cent are obese (200 per cent higher incidence of asthma). Children are suffering.”” We have actually found that the kids are featuring chest problems. They experience having breathing problems. In other words, air contamination is negatively affecting them, “the medical professional stated. Further, Kumar stated that kids are also experiencing problems in the brain, lung, heart, and other organs due to pollution. Speaking about air pollution and the steps that the government carried out to tackle it, Kumar said,”Setting up a smog tower is a colossal waste of public money and a severe error. The response lies in preventing the air from getting polluted.””Contamination has actually eliminated more people than COVID but it has actually not been provided the kind of attention it deserves, “Kumar included. Kumar likewise said that some extreme steps require to be required to manage pollution. “Stubble burning is one of the major locations that should be prioritised,” he stated.

The air quality in Delhi continues to stay in the ‘serious ‘classification with the

AQI standing at 436, stated the System of Air Quality and Weather Condition Forecasting And Research(

SAFAR)on Sunday. The pollution level in the National Capital Area (NCR ), specifically Noida and Gurugram, was likewise worrisome. Noida reported AQI in the’harmful’ category at 575, while the

air quality in Gurugram was at the upper end of the’serious’category at 478.(With inputs from ANI )Also Check Out|People with chronic illness, kids vulnerable to air pollution: Dr Naresh Trehan Most Current India News Released at Sun, 07 Nov 2021 19:38:53 -0600