T-minic oral drops dosage

Dear Sirisha, your views on antibiotic regimens for minor respiratory ailments concurs with accepted practice guidelines. Children with runny noses and fever often do not need anything at all, except for maybe paracetamol to reduce fever and make the child more comfortable. Most of my colleagues who actually follow what we were taught in med school do not prescribe anything at all. I’m reminded of my mother who used to take me to our pediatrician if i even sniffled- and i remember my mother quoting him “If you keep bringing your son for every sniffle, you pressurize me into prescribing something when all he needs is rest and a good diet” . Years later, now as a doctor, when I see anxious mothers bringing their children with sniffles, i’m reminded of my own childhood and my mother.(who continues to be as paranoid about minor ailments- but consistently neglects herself!) A playful, otherwise active child with a low fever and a runny nose probably doesn’t need anything at all. Antibiotics are indicated only if there is a clear suspicion of bacterial pneumonia( bacterial lung infection). Most mothers will be able to make out between a sick child and a child with just a cold. That said, if it is just a cold, paracetamol if there is fever, and saline nasal drops if there’s a blocked nose is often enough, plus a warm loving doting mother. Most of my colds as a child got treated that way. 🙂

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (1 mg- mg/mL) oral drops:
6 months to 11 months: mL orally 4 times a day.
1 year to 2 years: 1 mL orally 4 times a day.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (1 mg-2 mg/mL) oral drops:
2 years to 5 years: 1 mL orally every 4 to 6 hours as needed. Do not exceed 4 doses in 24 hours.
6 years to 12 years: 2 mL orally every 4 to 6 hours as needed. Do not exceed 4 doses in 24 hours.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine 1 mg- mg/ 5 mL oral drops:
6 years to 12 years: 10 mL orally every 4 hours. Do not exceed 6 doses in 24 hours.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine 2 mg-5 mg/ml oral drops:
2 years to 5 years: mL every 4 hours. Do not exceed 6 doses in 24 hours.
6 years to 12 years: 1 mL every 4 hours. Do not exceed 6 doses in 24 hours.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (3 mg- mg/ 5 mL) extended release suspension:
2 to 5 years: to ml orally every 12 hours as needed.
6 to 11 years: to 5 ml orally every 12 hours as needed.
12 years or older: 15 ml orally every 12 hours as needed.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (4 mg- mg/ 20 mL) extended release suspension:
2 to 5 years: ml orally every 12 hours as needed.
6 to 11 years: 5 ml orally every 12 hours as needed.
12 years or older: 10 ml orally every 12 hours as needed.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (4 mg-10 mg or 3 mg-10 mg) oral tablet:
6 to 11 years: one half tablet orally every 4 hours as needed.
12 years or older: one tablet orally every 4 hours as needed.
Not to exceed 6 doses in 24 hours.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (4 mg- mg/ 5 mL) oral syrup;
2 to 5 years: ml orally every 4 hours to 6 hours, not to exceed mL in 24 hours.
6 to 11 years: ml orally every 4 hours to 6 hours, not to exceed 15 mL in 24 hours.
12 years or older: 5 ml orally every 4 hours to 6 hours, not to exceed 30 mL in 24 hours.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine ( mg-5 mg/ 5 mL) extended release suspension:
2 to 5 years: ml to 5 mL orally every 12 hours.
6 to 11 years: ml to 10 mL orally every 12 hours.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (4 mg-20 mg) extended release capsule:
6 to 12 years: one capsule orally every 12 hours, not to exceed 2 capsules in 24 hours.
12 years or older: two capsules orally every 12 hours, not to exceed 4 capsules in 24 hours.

chlorpheniramine-phenylephrine (8 mg-20 mg) extended release tablet:
6 to 12 years: one-half tablet orally every 12 hours.
12 years or older: one tablet orally every 12 hours.

T-minic oral drops dosage

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