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Child with cough, cold and fever. Giving Chericof, Azithral. X-ray normal. Suggestion?

my son 8 yrs old has cough, cold, sneezing for past 2 between he has had fever three times with an temperature of 103-104F.The doctor recently has had the following tests done on him X-Ray chest PA,urine anlysis,crpc reactive protein ,total ige, serum ,complete hemogram, mantoux . i have got the VX ray report in which everything has come out normal while the other two reports will be ready by tomorrow. the doctor has prescribed him with chericoff 5ml two times a day,levolin 5ml two times a day,omnocortil-10 2 times a day for two days, Azithral syrup 7.5ml for two days,p250 7.5ml as and when he has fever.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
It is looking like upper respiratory tract infection and continue the medication as advised by your doctor and when the remaining reports come go and consult your doctor for follow up to intertret the report and to modify the treatment if required.
Answered: Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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