Uzbekistan: Do not give two cough syrups of Noida-based Marian Biotech to children, WHO advised

The World Health Organization (WHO) has advised not to use Indian cough syrup in the case of death of 19 children allegedly after drinking it in Uzbekistan. WHO has said that the two cuffs made by Noida-based company Marion Biotech should not be used only for feeding children. In fact, the Government of Uzbekistan had blamed Noida-based Marion Biotech’s only ‘Doc-1 Max’ for the death of the children. In such a situation, the World Health Organization has advised that ‘Ambronol Syrup’ and ‘Doc-1 Max’ manufactured by Marion Biotech should not be used for children in Uzbekistan, as they do not meet the quality standards.

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