Can Paracetamol Soup Be Given To Teenagers?
If you can what the dose and time of administration. Because of the case ps has been given drugs via oral it turns out after 15 minutes ps vomiting
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A person who is 17 years old is no longer exactly a child, but is an adult. At this age, body heat can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from infections, inflammatory disorders, malignancies, hormonal disorders, immune disorders, heat strokes, drug side effects, and so on. If this body heat appears accompanied by vomiting, then some of the most common conditions that cause this are ARI (acute respiratory infection), dengue fever, digestive infections, urinary tract infections, meningitis, and many other possibilities.
As an initial treatment to deal with body heat, you can give him paracetamol. This drug is available in various forms, including drugs that are inserted into the anus (anal suppositoria). If there is an exact indication, and if it is feared that the drug given previously was not successfully absorbed by the body properly due to vomiting, this drug may be given to people aged 17 years. As for the dose, it generally ranges from 325 to 650 mg per 4 to 6 hours. However, related to the details of this drug administration, you should consult a doctor first, because it can be different according to body posture, the severity of the disease, and the health history of the person in general.
In addition to giving paracetamol, so that the body heat and vomiting quickly subside, you can also give the patient a lot to drink (especially water), eat small portions but often, let him rest a lot, and do not carelessly give other drugs without doctor's advice. If within 3 days the complaint still does not improve, immediately consult a doctor or doctor of internal medicine in order to get further treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.