New Delhi: The National Commission for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (NCPCR) has asked the government not to provide cough medicine to three children who died after consuming cough medicine at a Mohalla clinic run by the Delhi government.
Dextrometerphone The NCPCR has demanded that the supply of cough medicine to Delhi hospitals and the city be stopped as 3 children died after consuming the cough medicine.
The NCPCR has also directed the Delhi government to file a report within 15 days on the action taken in the case of children who died after consuming cough medicine.
Doctors at the Mohalla Clinic run by the Delhi government Dextrometerphone Cough medicine was prescribed to children. However, 3 children who took the drug died last October.
The NCPCR is conducting a voluntary inquiry into the matter. NCPCR President Priyank Kanungo said, “Delhi government doctors are committing criminal negligence. Take action on the doctor. Action should be taken against all those involved in this matter.
I have written a letter to the Chief Secretary of Delhi in this regard. In the city of Delhi Dextrometerphone To prevent the supply of the drug. Even if this drug is already in circulation it should be prevented. I have been asked to report within 15 days on the action taken against pharmaceutical companies, doctors and officials in this regard. ”
For cough Dextrometerphone The drug is widely recommended. But, when taken in excess, dizziness, vomiting, difficulty breathing, diarrhea, insomnia, etc. can occur.
In Delhi from last June 29th to November 21st Dextrometerphone Sixteen people were admitted who were prescribed the drug and became poisoned after consuming it. 3 children died in this. All 3 children died of sudden respiratory failure.