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Loose motion, vomiting, taking Emset, Oflox and Enterogermina. What do you feel?

my mother is 46 yrs old 8 days back she was suffering from cough and weakness so doctor gave her some medicines and a saline , some i/v2 and injection and after that she had fever for 3 days and after giving the medicines like inj. powercef 1 gm, inj. genta 80 mg, inj r.din 2cc, inj. emset 2cc, cap. enterogermina, cap vibact, cap. doxy 100 she started with vomiting and loose motions after giving inj.emset 2 mg vomiting stopped but loose motions are still there she is on juices only she cant even digest that..... now from previous 3 days inj. pan 40mg, inj. emset 4mg, iv oflox 200mg, iv metro 400mg, ivf dns+inj elderlit, iv rl, cap. enterogermina, tab. vibact, tab. ativan 1 mg, tab restyl 0.25, inj. buscopan, inj. voveron, cap ridotril are going on what you feel?? is the treatment going on the right path?? when she ll get ok???
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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treatment is going right add 1 gm ceftriaxone twice a day i/vit might take 3-4 more days .maintain hydration by giving i/v fluids
Answered: Wed, 16 Apr 2014
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