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The Outdoor Patients Department of the Punjab Institute of Cardiology provides free medicine to the needy patients, but after using these medicines, a number of patients from various localities started pouring into city’s hospitals with complaints of bleeding from nose, ears and other body parts.

Punjab government on Monday sealed a factory providing medicines to the Punjab Institute of Cardiology.

According to the report of drug testing laboratory, Mega factory’s medicine naming ‘Cardiowason’ was found substandard because at the time of purchase medicine was perfectly alright but spots has been started appearing with the passage of time.

Cardiowason was given to cardiac patients for lowering the cholesterol in the body.
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Re: About 100 Cardiac patients die in Lahore under Mysterious conditions
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2012, 02:15:30 AM »
No definite cause of death in these victims has yet been found although medicines are claimed to be substandard and even owners of certain pharmaceutical companies have been arrested and few officials in the line have been suspended. I do not know in which era we are living. We have not yet found any real evidence to ascertain the cause of death in these cases and started imposing penalties for those substandard observations which are in fact defacto standard nowadays in our country.

Can there be any relation of these deaths to the last season dengue episode? some immune related phenomenon with certain yet un-identified triggering mechanism?
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