Medicines for children information leaflets








Medicines for Children Search for a leaflet

12/29/2014
04:23 | Author: Steven Lewis

Medicines for children information leaflets
Medicines for Children Search for a leaflet

Find practical and reliable information about the medicine that your child needs and Search for a leaflet by medicine name, brand name, or by the condition.

Find practical and reliable information about the medicine that your child needs and how to give it.

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However, medicines can be used in different ways for different patients. We take great care to make sure that the information in our leaflets is correct and up-to-date. It is always important that you ask the advice of your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure about something.

Search for a leaflet by medicine name, brand name, or by the condition, disease or infection that the medicine is treating your child for.

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Medicines for Children Why we produce leaflets

12/29/2014
02:14 | Author: Allison King

Medicines for children information leaflets
Medicines for Children Why we produce leaflets

But, these leaflets are often about the use of the medicine in adults, and not in children. They may include complicated information, and may not answer all your.

Call: 020 7092 6175 us.

Medicines for Children 5-11 Theobalds Road London WC1X 8SH.

In March 2011, our leaflets were certified by The Information Standard. We are now included on NHS Evidence, which gives access evidence-based health information, and in the NHS Direct resource directory used by its call nurses.

Following our research, we saw that a national resource for parents and carers was needed.

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Medicines for Children - information for parents and carers RCPCH

12/29/2014
12:29 | Author: Steven Lewis

Medicines for children information leaflets
Medicines for Children - information for parents and carers RCPCH

Medicines for Children provides practical and reliable information to parents Our medicines leaflets cover an expanding range of titles, from.

On this page:

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It won't take much of your time - and we will value your participation. You will have the opportunity to read and comment on draft versions of the leaflets, and get involved on other issues on the programme. If you are a parent or carer and would like to help us make sure our information is useful and understandable, join our panel at WellChild.

Medicines for Children is a partnership programme between the College, Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group (NPPG) and children’s charity WellChild.

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Methylphenidate for ADHD Medicine

12/29/2014
02:48 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Medicines for children information leaflets
Methylphenidate for ADHD Medicine

During this treatment your child will be invited for regular check-ups. This information leaflet is written for parents or carers of children and young people who.

You will be given help to understand your child's emotions and behaviours, but where this is insufficient, medicines such as methylphenidate can be prescribed. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a fairly common condition that mainly affects a child's behaviour. Children with ADHD show persistent restlessness, impulsiveness and/or inattention.

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EMIS has used all reasonable care in compiling the information but make no warranty as to its accuracy. Disclaimer: This article is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions.

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Docusate sodium Medicine

12/29/2014
04:45 | Author: Molly Young

Medicines for children information leaflets
Docusate sodium Medicine

The rest of the information in this leaflet is about docusate sodium when it is used for If docusate sodium liquid medicine has been prescribed for your child.

This is not the case. A useful definition of constipation is going to the toilet less frequently than is normal for you, and passing hard stools (poo) when you do go. However, many people take laxatives when they do not need to because they believe that they are constipated unless they go to the toilet every day.

See a doctor if you are still constipated after five days.

Eating a healthy diet, drinking plenty of water and getting regular gentle exercise can all help maintain good bowel function.

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