Indonesia child deaths blamed on syrup medicines rise to 195
Most of the children affected are under the age of five.
Indonesia revokes firms' fever syrup licences amid inquiry into 150 deaths
Indonesia has seen a surge in AKI cases among children since August, which its health minister said was most likely due to changes in the raw ingredients used in cough and fever syrups.
Indonesia says child deaths from acute kidney injury rise to 133
Most patients were children under the age of five.
Indonesia reports 99 child deaths from acute kidney injury this year
The development comes as health officials in Gambia say nearly 70 children have died from acute kidney injury after taking a locally sold paracetamol syrup used to treat fever.