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Cold, fever, nasal congestion, breathlessness, cough. Can i give half deriphylline tab?

my son is 3 yrs and 4 months old.he developed cold and fever 3 days back,now he has severe nasal congestion , breathlessness,and mild cough .i started with grilinctus bm,sinarest plus and augmentin .hez not improving,especially,his nasal congestion doesnt respond evn to local xylometazoline.this tym i have givn him aal the three medicines ie,oral bronchodialator with mucolytic,sinarest plus,and augmentin.but he still has severe breathlessness,hez craving for air........can i giv half tab of deriphylline 77mg(i have givn grilinctus bm just one and a half hr bak.please advise dr tabassum mbbs
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response your son is already on oral antibiotics and bronchodilator and is not showing much have also mentioned he is having severe breathlessness..i will suggest you not to give any other medication by yourself ,as per my opinion he needs hospitalisation .dont worry he will get well soon.
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Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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