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Child has cough, sneezing and nasal obstruction. Prescribed Azibact. Complete cure? Has congenital heart disease

hi doctor, my 11th month baby is having cough , sneezing and nasal had started 2 weeks per the direction of pediatric doctor,i gave antibiotic drugs,MUCOCLAV 2.5 ML TWO TIMES A DAY and FREETUS 1ML three times a day for 5 days.but there is no relief.then again NOVAMOX 5ml three times daily is been given. afterthat she got relief .now the same complaint retuns after get bathing.again we brought her to the hospital,the doctor advised her SYP Azibact 100mg/ml ,3ml one times a day only. is this bring a complete cure? she have congenital heart disease ,TOF physiology and planned for a surgery at iyr of age
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
I am sorry to note that you are having a tough time.
The congenital heart disease with TOF does not help although it is more likely that she has a viral infection and unable to shake this off.
This is very common in little children and more so with yours who has a CHD.
Azibact will help but of course is just for this infection.
Please ensure all immunizations are up to date.
I am sure all of this will settle down once she has gone through the surgery.
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Pediatrician Dr. Santu Garai's  Response
along with this syp you should give syp cetrizine 2.5 ml once daily and Nasoclear nasal drop in both the naris 3-4 times daily for 5 days. it will improve your child. but because your baby is having recurrent attacks in past few months , then you should further investigate to exclude any heart or lung cause.
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