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    Allopathic Doctors should refrain from prescribing Ayush Medicines - Delhi Medical Council

    New Delhi : Taking a strong stance against crosspathy by its members, the Delhi Medical Council has issued a direction to its members, asking them to refrain from prescribing Ayurvedic Medicines to its patients such as LIV52, septilin and the like.

    This comes in light of the fact that practitioners of allopathic medicines in the capital are not registered with the respective council of Ayurveda, and hence prescribing Ayurveda medicines in these circumstances would lead to an offence under the Delhi Bhartiaya Chikitsa Parishad Act, 1998.

    Speaking about the direction, Dr Girish Tyagi, Registrar, Delhi Medical Council said, No cross pathy practice is allowed by any medical practitioner unless such person is also registered in that system in which he is practicing. Just like practitioners of AYUSH are not allowed to prescribe allopathic medicines under the Delhi Medical Council Act, 1997, the vice versa also holds true and modern medicines practitioners should not prescribe AYUSH drugs unless they they are registered with that respective council.”

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