Prohibiting nurses to provide Diclofenac injection to patients

The Government Gazette website released the announcement of Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council regarding the prohibition of Diclofenac injection which is an analgesic drug in non-steroidal anti-inflammatory group. Due to reports have demonstrated that such drugs may have adverse effects, causing acute conditions that may threaten the patients to death or disability. Therefore, it is considered to be a dangerous drug. If the doctor prescribes this medicine, the doctor must be the injector himself to avoid problems during injection.



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