The National Health Service in India’s National Capital Region (NCR) has issued an urgent notice to all patients and doctors regarding the treatment of a patient with acute neuritis syndrome.
In a press release, the NCR’s Ministry of Health said, “We have received reports that a patient has been admitted for treatment of acute neuritic syndrome.
The patient is being monitored at a hospital in the NCRI.
All the necessary protocols have been in place and all precautions are being followed in the treatment.
We would like to reassure all concerned that all necessary protocols are in place.
Our hospitals will ensure proper care and safety of all patients.”
In a separate press release issued on Saturday, the NCDR said that the patient had been admitted to the ICU of the Central Medical University (CUM) for treatment, but no further details were given.
The patient is an adult male with acute onset of neuritis.
He has no underlying health problems, has no known history of neurological disorder, and no history of kidney stones or blood clots.
The medical history of the patient is as follows: The patient has had acute onset neuritis with severe neurological symptoms in his childhood, a history of acute onset vasculitis, and chronic neuropathy in his adult life.
He is a habitual user of drugs for the treatment and treatment of neuritic symptoms.
The drug therapy regimen prescribed by his doctor has been carefully studied and validated by the expert panel constituted by the NCCR.
The NCR said it has instructed all hospitals in the region to follow the medical treatment protocols and to ensure safety and patient safety.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in collaboration with the NCRR has also been instructed to carry out an inquiry to identify the patients and to follow up the cases with their specialists, and to submit their results to the NIAID for verification.