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Medicine Checklist of Children

Jun 30, 2017

Giving your child the right paracetamol dosage is essential.

Avoid paracetamol if your child is younger than 2 weeks of age unless recommended by doctor.

Use your child’s weight and not age to determine the correct dose. Ask your doctor if he could give a chart.

Make sure you use the cup which comes with the medicine for the right dosage.

You can repeat dosage every 4-6 hours, but not more than 5 times in 24 hours’ time span.

The more antibiotic an infant consumes during the first year of life the more likely she is to develop asthma. A new study shows antibiotics kill of good bacteria as we’ll as bad, creating an environment for immunity related illness like asthma.

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