Skip to main content

kalau anak da demam....

hi guys..
agak tak sempat nak menaip.. so aku cuma nak share ngan korang this...

The Right Way to Give Your Baby Medicine

Giving medicine to a baby can be tricky. Plus, multiple medicine strengths and dosing devices can cause mistakes. In fact, research shows that half of children who take medicine are given it incorrectly. So, here are some tips to keep in mind the next time your baby needs medicine.

Check with your pediatrician, every time—It's important to always get the correct milliliter dosage from your doctor. Your pediatrician will tell you how much medicine is safe for your baby based on his or her weight. And because this weight changes quickly, you should check with your pediatrician every time you give your baby medicine.

Know your baby's weight—The dosage for medication is usually determined by weight, which changes quickly. Therefore, it's important to be able to give your pediatrician an accurate accounting of your child's weight, because too little medication can be ineffective and too much medication could be harmful.

Use the correct dosing device—The FDA advises parents not to use a teaspoon to give medicine, because one type of teaspoon may be twice the size of another. Also, dosing devices from different medicines can vary dramatically, with one measuring in ounces and another in milliliters. Therefore, you should only use the dosing device that comes with the medicine you are giving.

Dose in milliliters—It's best to avoid making any conversions. In other words, if the label calls for 1 ml and you have a dosing cup labeled with ounces, do not try to do the conversion. Instead, stick with the milliliter dosage and only use the dosing device that comes with the medicine.

Stay on schedule—Medications need to be given consistently, and at the right time intervals, to help your child get better and to avoid giving too much medicine. For example, if you are supposed to give the medicine every six hours, be sure that you don't give it any sooner.

Keep track of doses—The surest way to make sure you give the right dose at the right time, is to keep track of each dose of medicine you, or another caregiver, gives your child. This is as simple as noting the amount of medicine your child was given—and the time it was given. Download the fever diary

Stick with the recommended dose—It's tempting to think, if a little medicine is good, then more medicine would be better. But increasing the amount of medicine, or the frequency with which you give it, won't make your baby feel better faster. In fact, you could accidentally give your baby an overdose.

Don't give medicine in the dark—Giving medicine in a darkened room can increase the chances of giving the wrong dose. Be sure you measure out the medicine in a well lit area.

Independent Usana Distributor


Popular posts from this blog


Fuhh settle satu bab.. tapi yg menunggu masih ada lagi few things.. but now time to rest kejap.. lgpun mau dengan kerja nih tak pernahnya habis.. so yeah take it easy nooo.. wow, cepat jer kan masa berlalu... dah nak habis penggal persekolahan 2016.. (ayat standard cikgu2 menjelang hujung tahun)

Alhamdulillah quite a lot of things happen, byk benda yang tak jangka tapi syukurlah terima semua tuh sebagai ilmu dan rezeki yang Allah kurniakan.. in shaa Allah will do my best in all.. thanks atas kepercayaan yang diberikan..

something we're organizing for this coming December... ahli keluarga sebelah mama dari Selangor akan datang untuk family day di Perlis.. yeah it's our time to handle the program.. In shaa Allah we're planning for the best. Place to stay dah booked, now nak plan for activities pulak..

aktiviti setiap hujung minggu, in shaa Allah selagi ada daya dan kesihatan yang baik akan pi laa jenguk dorang.. mau x pi rasa something pulak.. praying they will be able to a…

Penang with SKTTians

Hello November... 
22 Okt ritu geng sekolah ke Penang.. its a day trip jer saja jalan2..
penang trip with friends was superb.. we're actually waiting for this.. we really need a break from school work and spend some time togethers.. Alhamdulillah dipermudahkanNya segala urusan kami ke sana.. 
started the journey at 830am...

singgah rest n relax kat Gurun untuk bfast... then off we go..

sonoklaaa mek nih dapat naik bas.. masa nih abg Afi n Hn gi UPM for rugby twin pulak ada di rumah my inlaw sonok dapat tengok laut kata Aisyah... yolah before this mmg lain laa rasanya  kalau naik kereta jer atas jambatan tuh.. x puas nmpk laut..

first destination was Bukit Bendera.. excited semua nak naik cable car tapi SubhanAllah punya ramai orang... we reached there around 12 kot or earlier tapi dimaklumkan at 2pm baru dapat naik... di tambah dengan hujan renyai2 time tu so we decided to move to our next destination..

 choose to babywear Aisyah even she's not a baby anymore.. dengan orang r…

House of Rugby, Arau

kalau sampai ke Arau.. jemputlaaa singgah ke House of Rugby..
  FLYHALF Lamb Chop RM15 (free iced tea/syrup)

FLYHALF Chicken Chop RM10 (free iced tea/syrup)

Nasi Ayam RENDANG TOK PAH RM5 (free iced tea/syrup)

lepas dekat 3 weeks open baru naik sign board.. semua nih kerja Hn dengan budak2 dia my part hanyalah tolong2 di dapur..