What Do Persistent Vomiting In A Child Indicate?
ORS is the mainstay of treatment
Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic.
I have gone through your query and understand your concerns. It seems that your child is having an episode of gastritis. You need to give Lanzol Junior (lansoprazole) once before breakfast. You also need to give antiemetics like ondansetron when required. You need to be patient as the episodes may recur from time to time in the next few days. ORS (oral rehydration solution) would be the mainstay of treatment. The cold hands and feet indicate that the circulating volume is less and needs to be supplemented.
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