Another "pediatric medicine" was notified: children have a cold, please use these 8 kinds of drugs with caution!

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Another "pediatric medicine" was notified: children have a cold, please use these 8 kinds of drugs with caution!

2018-11-07 10:25:33 346 ℃

I don’t know if parents have heard of "Pudi Land", the "universal medicine"?

In the eyes of many parents, Pulandan is a magical existence. This anti-inflammatory preparation can not only clear away heat and detoxify, but also anti-inflammatory and swelling. It can be used for bloated, mumps, pharyngitis, tonsillitis and other diseases.

After an adult has a sore throat, pharyngitis, come to a box...

The baby has a cold, a fever, and a few bottles ......

Even in the flu season, if you are unfortunate enough to get the flu, especially children, this medicine has become a baby’s treatment for colds, fever or lice. It is standard for pain, and for special groups such as pregnant women, many doctors prescribe prescriptions for drugs.

However, this "universal" Chinese medicine anti-inflammatory drug is now notified by the State Food and Drug Administration!

Children with allergies should be used with caution! The State Food and Drug Administration revised the instructions for the oral liquid of Pudilan

Today, the State Food and Drug Administration issued the Announcement on the revision of the prescriptions for the anti-inflammatory preparations and the anti-inflammatory preparations of Pudilan ( No. 77 of 2018).

The announcement shows that the State Food and Drug Administration has decided to add warnings to the prescriptions for the chasing wind and the anti-inflammatory preparations.

There is a unified revision of the instructions in the anti-inflammatory preparations of Pudilan, especially the "precautions for pregnant women", Additional explanations for adverse reactions, contraindications and precautions .

In the minds of many parents, Pudi Blue has almost no side effects, which is common in children with colds and coughs. Common medicine for diseases. This medicine is mainly composed of dandelion, bitrine, Blanca root and jaundice, which has anti-inflammatory swelling and heat-clearing. Detoxification and other effects, and the previous instructions, adverse reactions or contraindications are "not yet clear."

This time, it is clear that the drug may have adverse reactions. For pediatrics, it can better curb the people’s self-assertion. Child abuse of drugs.

The majority of children's colds are the early manifestations of many diseases, but parents always mistakenly believe that a cold can be prevented by taking a cup of Banlangen, etc., often “treating the symptoms and not treating the symptoms”, and even delaying the early treatment of the disease.

Parents can get long snacks, these drugs are forbidden or used with caution!

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Children have a cold, Chinese medicine is not recommended!

A child has a cold and is sick. Many parents often "seek medical treatment in a sickness." In the face of the baby's cough, runny nose and other "small problems", many parents will take out the standing medicine at home, like "timely medication can suppress the small disease."

This proprietary Chinese medicine is not recommended for use in children in the eyes of many pediatricians.

Because of the complex composition of proprietary Chinese medicines, adverse reactions, contraindications, precautions, pharmacology and toxicology are used. Not clear yet" The baby's own body system is still in a state of development. After taking it, the curative effect is not clear, and even various side effects may occur, and the risk is too great.

And some Chinese patent medicines tend to add some drugs such as "Opiate powder" in order to improve the efficacy. ", " camphor 酊", " poppy shell", etc., such ingredients can cause special addiction, it is best to avoid children.

The baby is troubled by a cold. As a parent, it seems that he does not feel that he is not practical.

But actually, for this reason, parents must not panic, it is best to find out the specific cause and diagnose the medication.

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