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10 month old, dysentery, green stools with mucus. Taking eubioz, zanocin syrup. Treatment?

my baby is ten months old, from 24.7.2012 she is under treatment for dysentrty, medicines are,eubioz powder 1 gram,cadotril 15 gram,z.d,dry suspension.this was given for 3 days, her food habits usually are mothers feed, cows milk, cereal rice,apple,ragi porridge.i use sterilised feeding bottle for feeding cows did not stop, watery discharge in yellow colour was appearance,4th day medicines were changed to zanocin syrup, eubioz, cadotril,5th day stools appear in green colour with watery and mucuos mixed,what shall i do ?am much worried, can i get free
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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its dr vivek
your baby has dysentery . most of the cases are infective(bacterial/parasitic) etiology.
get stool examination done along with culture sensitivity .
start cefixime syp orally .stop cadotril . and change medicine after report
give ORS, ZINC, and probiotic to your baby
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