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Small child having fever, throat infection. Taking paracetamol, prescribed klamoks. Correct treatment?

hi im a mother of a 4 years old this moment he has got temperature 39 grad celcius.i brought him at pediatric consultory and the pediater said infection on his throght.he gave me a turkish medicine klamoks.but he didt tell me if i have to use also something to reduce temperature .im using paracetamol 250 mlg to this right or should i take augumentin.thank you
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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Thanks for the query
Apart from using paracetamol you can also give Meftal-p( mefenemic acid) in a dose of half of paracetamol( 125 mg). Also do tepid( lukewarm water) sponging that will help in reduction of temp.
Give him Syp. Augmentin Duo 5 ml thrice a day for throat infection. Avoid cold items in feed.
Even if high grade fever is persisting then consult a pediatitrician for allopathic treatment.
I hope this answers your query well
Wish you and your family good health
With regards
Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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