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Severe cough with slight fever. Suggested dosage of clavam 625. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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User:what is suggested dose for clavam 625
Doctor:Good afternoon
Doctor:The dosage depends on the condition it is indicated for and examination findings
User:severe cough
User:since 4-5days
User:with greenish sputum
User:sorry expectoration
Doctor:Ok,do you have fever ?
Doctor:Usually the Clavam is taken for three days.The daily dosage should be decided based on the physical examination findings
User:can u tell me wht findings
Doctor:The auscultation findings , the breath sounds the doctor hears after placing the stethoscope on the chest, pulse rate, blood pressure , weight , built etc..
Doctor:There are many parameters a doctor will check on clinical examination to formulate the dosage
User:chest is clear no abnormal sounds throat is congested temp,pulse is normal
Doctor:I would consider it better that you should visit your treating doctor
Doctor:Prescribing medications online is unethical
Doctor:Also you would need a hand written prescription for the above combination
Doctor:I am really sorry as I could not help you well.
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