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Child suffering with cold and cough, breathing problem, has hissing sound while breathing. CAn I give him budecort, levolin inhaler?<br>

now my baby(14month old) is sufering with cold and cough . he is facing breathing problem and hizzz sound is coming when he s breathing. for this can we use bude cort ( budesonide ) inhaler 100mcg and levolin inhaler 50mcg for quick releif in breathin problem . previously at the age of 6 months my DOC prescribed for three days. now can i use it or not. what will be the side effects.please suggest.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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Hello Sateesh
Thanks for the query
At 14 month of age MDI with spacer with face mask will be required for giving puffs. I hope you must have this. As far as question of quick relief is there you can use levolin and budecort. But also visit a pediatrician so that he will be able to recognize severity of condition and will manage accordingly.
I hope this answers your query well
Wish you and your family good health
With regards
Answered: Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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