Case of death of 18 children in Uzbekistan, CDSCO starts investigation of Indian cough syrup, 4 samples sent to lab – न्यूज़लीड India

Case of death of 18 children in Uzbekistan, CDSCO starts investigation of Indian cough syrup, 4 samples sent to lab

Case of death of 18 children in Uzbekistan, CDSCO starts investigation of Indian cough syrup, 4 samples sent to lab


The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization has launched an investigation into the deaths of 18 children in Uzbekistan. Four samples of cough syrup of Noida’s pharmaceutical company have been taken.

India

oi-Mukesh Pandey

Published: Thursday, January 12, 2023, 18:48 [IST]

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Indian cough syrups use in Uzbekistan : The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued an alert in the case of the death of 18 children in Uzbekistan after drinking cough syrup of an Indian pharmaceutical company. At the same time, after the suspension of the license of the cough syrup manufacturer, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) has started investigating the matter. The company has sent two cough syrups to the lab for a total of four samples for examination.

The production license of Marion Biotech, a Noida-based pharmaceutical company in Uttar Pradesh, has been suspended. On Thursday, a drug officer of Uttar Pradesh gave this information on Thursday. And the samples of cough syrup are being tested. Let us tell you that 18 children died in Uzbekistan allegedly after drinking cough syrup manufactured by this company Marion Biotech. After which the sale of this company cup syrup has been banned.

Investigation is going on at several levels in the matter. The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) has taken a total of four samples of two cough syrups manufactured by Marion Biotech. Drug Inspector of Gautam Buddh Nagar
said that these contained samples of Ambronol Syrup and DOK-1 Max Syrup. Both these syrups are made by Marion Biotech.

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The World Health Organisation, on the other hand, examined samples of Ambronol Syrup and DOK-1 Max Syrup and said in a statement that laboratory analysis of both the products of the Indian pharmaceutical company found that the amount of contaminant such as Diethylene Glycol or Ethylene Glycol was higher than the standard. Was. The World Health Organization has issued an alert saying that the pharmaceutical company should not use this product.

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Indian Uzbekistan cough syrups use CDSCO starts investigation 4 samples sent to lab

Story first published: Thursday, January 12, 2023, 18:48 [IST]

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