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Child has cough, cold, x-ray shows minimal perihilar pneumonitis. Advice?

Hi doctor, i have a 10 months old baby who is having cough and cold for From 3 weeks. Since it was not reducing we got her xray done and the report Says minimal perihilar pneumonitis . So doctor prescribed xpect deriphyllin and dmp3 syrup 2ml 3 times a day and ancer 5ml once a day and along with that zocef antibiotics 2.5ml 2 times a day. My question is zocef is a dry syrup that comes with ampoule of of water which says used to inject only. I mixed the required water in the powder and gave rest to drink for the baby. I thought ots just a water and now I am scared. So please advice. Also, I am not sure why its not reducing even after so many Medications . iam scared. Please tell if it is ok or should ui meet a doctor. And its
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Hi dear patient
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You dont give this drug because it is for injection purpose only
You give
Syrup clarithromycin 1tsp twice daily
Sach mytica twice daily
Syrup paracetamol 1tsp three times dail
All for a week
Take care

Dr muhmmad akbar

Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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