2021-07-23

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NIN, Ministry of AYUSH Recommends Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury's N.I.C.E Protocol for Mild to Severe Covid-19 Patients

N.I.C.E (Network of Influenza Care Experts) (5:25PM) 

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(L-R) Ashutosh Mittal, Manish Acharya, Dr Biswaroop & Dr Awadhesh Pandey

Highlights of the recommendations are as follows:

With N.I.C.E protocol, mild to severe patients, can be cured in 7 days.

No medications are involved in N.I.C.E protocol, Only coconut water, and citrus fruit juice is the major ingredient of the treatment, besides prone ventilation for severe patients with breathing difficulties.

No mortality, adverse event, or side effect was seen among the patients on N.I.C.E protocol.

Instead of social distancing/PPE Kit/masks patients were encouraged to sing, dance, regular visits by family members, and even marriages functions were organized in the COVID center (Ahmednagar).

About N.I.C.E Protocol

Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury formed a team of 750 N.I.C.E (Network of Influenza Care Experts), who together cured more than 60,000 COVID -19 patients since June 2020.

It all started with Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury meeting the (then) health minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan in parliament on 5 March 2020. He suggested Dr Harsh Vardhan, to let the Covid-19 patients follow the Diet-based treatment protocol (later given the name of N.I.C.E) and avoid all kinds of COVID -19 restrictions, including lockdown, and also prevent any mortality, due to the COVID 19 experimental treatments. Dr Harsh Vardhan refused the suggestion. Hence Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury decided to form N.I.C.E, where he trained more than 3000 individuals through (Lincoln University and Shridhar University) and started a free 24 hrs. COVID-19 helpline +91-8587059169 on 2nd June 2020, leading to recovery of more than 60,000 COVID 19 patients with zero mortality, zero side effects & zero medication. Based on the N.I.C.E protocol, COVID 19 patients were treated in many COVID 19 centre nationally including centre at Ahmednagar, Jaipur & Bhopal. To make the N.I.C.E protocol available to the masses, he released a book "NICE way to cure COVID 19" on 25 July 2020, which became instant best seller on amazon.in . This book is freely available for download at www.biswaroop.com

Among the patients registered with N.I.C.E about 20 to 35 % of the patients, can be categorized as severe patients with many of them having oxygen saturation (Spo2) less than 70 % and HRCT score more than 15. However, none of the patients were given external oxygen. Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury observed that most of the severe patients were either vaccinated or were already undergoing treatment as per W.H.O recommended protocol, before coming under the care of N.I.C.E.

He also announced the launch of HIIMS (Hospital & Institute of Integrated Medical Sciences) at Derabassi (Chandigarh). The chairman Acharya Manish & the directors Dr. Amar Singh Azad-M.B.B.S , MD pediatrics & MD Community medicine, and Dr Avdhesh Pandey-MBBS, MD Radiology also addressed the media. HIIMS is the first hospital of its kind with a patient-centric approach, integrating the best of Allopathy, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, and Ayurveda. Here the treatment protocol (in line with the N.I.C.E protocol) was designed for more than 60 major illnesses, including cancer, diabetes, and heart diseases.




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