วันอังคารที่ 15 ตุลาคม พ.ศ. 2556

FDA to limit drug use robberies hospital


Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can change animal sedative Xylazine from its status as a dangerous drug that can be sold over the counter by pharmacists to be especially controlled drug for sale exclusively in hospitals and veterinary clinics.
There had been reports the product had been used by thieves to increase drinking by people seeking treatment at public hospitals to rob them | valuables. FDA Boonchai Somboonsuk Secretary said yesterday that the FDA colluded with related parties, particularly of the Livestock Department and expert veterinary amending the plan position Xylazine.
Department of Medical Services chief Dr Suphan Srithamma said meeting the hospital under his organization had urged hospitals to beef up security for patients and their families around the clock. Patients were advised not to drink water or eat food offered by strangers, but hospital staff were watching out for suspicious persons and all hospitals had to monitor and check the security camera footage for previous crimes.
At the same time, Phayathai superintendent Pol Colonel Together Rodkamnerd said an arrest warrant had been issued for a male suspect accused of robbing visitors at Ramathibodi Hospital by spiking drinking water with their tasteless soothing. Police suspected the man acted alone and could still be in Bangkok, where he would be less pronounced than in areas of the country.

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