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Infant having continuous cough and cold, advised nebulisation with beducode and asthalin puff. Is it safe?

hello doctor.. this is arti from india.. my son is 9 month old and he had dry cough initially and now he is having cold cough for past 15 days and doctor suggested nebulisation for 3 days 2 times,,. and now he has given me beducode puff and asthalin puff to use in house.. is it safe using it? and shall i use it while he is sleeping and in lying position?,,
Asked On : Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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I would be pleased to answer your query.
It is safe and you can continue with the same.
One more advice would be to humidify the room .
You can place a boiling kettle in the corner of the room to humidify the room. This helps clearing the blocked airways in infants. You can also keep patting the chest and back altering the positions so the airways are cleared.
thanks and take care.
Answered: Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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