“We are still in a stage of shock,” said Dr. Shanti Kumar of the National Institute of Health.
“The first time we came here we saw the nurses at the hospital, and we were told that there was no medication for that.”
In India, people with chronic pain are often given an oral form of anti-inflammatory medication that is usually used for an ulcer.
A pill like ibuprofen is injected into the patient’s arm and the patient takes a sip.
The medicine is supposed to help relieve the pain and then slowly dissolve away.
The doctors were surprised to see that many of the patients in the hospital had received the oral form and were using it.
“What was not expected was that people would continue to take the oral medicine for an extended period of time and then to stop,” Dr. Kumar said.
The patients had not received any treatment.
The first patient, who was taken to a nursing home, was given a dose of ibupron, which is an oral anti-inflammator.
She was able to get out of the nursing home by a few days, but was unable to return home.
Dr. Kumar told The Times that the hospital staff has started to use a different form of medication to treat the patient.
“This has been an ongoing effort to try to reduce the use of the oral medication for patients with chronic conditions,” he said.
“The use of oral antiinflammatory medication is becoming increasingly prevalent,” he added.
“We have been seeing a decrease in the number of patients who are using the oral antiinflammator, and it is affecting our hospital’s ability to serve them.”
Dr. Singh added that the oral formulation of the medication is supposed not to be used for more than two weeks.
The medication has also been linked to increased rates of heart attacks and strokes.
The patients in India have also been prescribed a topical antibiotic to treat skin infections, and to treat other skin conditions, including acne.
“There are patients who do not have the benefit of using the topical antibiotic,” Dr Singh said.
Dr Kumar said that the use and distribution of oral medicines is a global phenomenon.
“Our hospital is part of a global network,” he told The Associated Press.
“But we are not in a position to provide these services directly to patients in our community.
The treatment is only provided through the local network, which we work with.”