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Small child having seizures. Prescribed ranitidine, sodium chloride, dextrose injection. Safe to give?

Hello Sir/Madam, my baby girl is 42 days old and according to doctor she is getting seizures(blood test, MRI and EEG result is Normal), doctor has advised to take Phenobarbitone syrup, Ranitidine , Sodium chloride , Dextrose inj, HEPARIN LOCK FLUSH inj. Is it safe to give these many medication to such small baby? Also is there any permanent cure for seizures?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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THE ONLY ANTI EPILEPTIC MEDICINE FROM ABOVE LIST IS PHENOBARBITONE SYP.OTHERS ARE SUPORTIVE AND FOR SHORT DURATION .BUT U HAVE TO GIVE PHENOBARBITON SYP FOR LONG TIME AS PER UR DOCTER ADVISE
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