Giving pediatric medications to children who are sick is not a simple task. Parents should discuss any medication with their pediatrician before giving it to their child.
Often, children are less than cooperative when it comes to taking medicine. The following tips will make the task more manageable.
With Older Children:
Ask your physician exactly how much flexibility is OK in giving medicine. For example, three puffs of an inhaler twice a day is often just as good as two puffs, three times a day.
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