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Plea In Delhi High Court Seeking Modification of Treatment Protocol Regarding Use of Antibiotics And Steroids for Mild Covid-19 Cases

Lawstreet Journal 26 May 2021 5:23pm

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A petition has been moved in the Delhi High Court on Monday (May 24, 2021), seeking directions to the Union of India, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), and Niti Ayog concerning reconsideration of the present treatment protocol for mild Covid-19 cases and modification of treatment protocol in Covid-19 cases. 

The plea states that experts have suggested against the use of Paracetamol, antibiotics, and steroids as increased use of these are destroying the immune system of the Covid-19 infected individual and consequently leading to the deterioration of a covid case from mild to moderate to severe. 

The petition points out that no clinical trial has been conducted to scrutinize the efficacy and safety of antipyretics which is being used in the treatment and management of Covid-19. The clinical trials conducted in animals and the medical literature advise against the use of it. The petition requests the Court to direct ICMR to examine and hold clinical trials and to change the treatment protocols, if necessary.

The Niramaya Research has devised a new theory that suggests that the use of medications being prescribed has immunomodulatory effects which impact and damage the immune system of the individual. It leads to complications as were seen in a majority of Covid-19 mortalities. 

Despite knowing the life-threatening consequences of prescribing tampered medication which is against the rule of ICMR, doctors are continuing to prescribe steroids and antibiotics to mild Covid-19 patients. The plea appeals to the ICMR to issue recommendations against the use of unnecessary… Continue Reading...


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