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Small child, suffering from cold. Prescribed clarithromysin, nebulization, mucolite. Treatment?

Helo Doctor.. my daughter is 3 and half months old.. she is suffering from cold but no cough & fever .. she was been admitted in hospital for 3 days.. and they gave clarithromysin and that time they also gave her Mucolite and kafril drops.. she was ok.. and got discharged. but again from past 3 days she has the same problem..shall i use Mucolite and Nebulizer? or what shall i do? please advise
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Dear Chandana,

Yes, you may re-use the mucolite drops. However, I would not recommend self-nebulisation as the child must be checked to make sure that she needs it. This may just need symptomatic treatment. Ask her pediatrician if she can be helped with nebulisation or a change of antibiotic. What did the blood tests show? If need be, please revert with the results to me directly on (you may have to pay to ask me directly.)
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