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Child has cough, cold. Blood test showed high eosinophils. Is treatment right?

My son Ved is suffering from cold and cough since 2 months... none of the medicine prescribed by doctor is seemed to be working. Yesterday we got his blood test done where eosinophills are 540 which is on higher side. Doctor has prescribed banocide 2.5ml 3 times and and antrax 2ml 3times. Today he is sleeping almost all the day..and cold and cough is the same..(not expecting results so soon) the treatment right ?please help
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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Thanks for your query on HealthCareMagic.

We would have liked to know the age of Ved and during which period of the day does he cough most. What were his total and differential counts like. Based on the counts a decision for or against an antibiotic would have been better. We suggest that you continue the medication that has been started before changing medicines. You can give him a cough syrup.

Wishing Ved an early recovery.


Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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