YOUR CHILD’S MEDICINE AT A GLANCE
Clavam BID Dry Syrup is an antibiotic medicine that helps treat bacterial infections of the ear, nose, throat, chest, lungs, teeth, skin, and urinary tract. It is capable of killing bacteria that have become resistant to other therapies and thus also helps treat tuberculosis that is resistant to other treatments.
You can give Clavam BID Dry Syrup to your child with or without food. It is better to give it with food as that helps increase absorption and decrease the risk of stomach upset. The doctor may prescribe giving it two to three times a day. Medicine dose depends on the severity of the infection, its type, and your child’s body weight and age. So, stick to the dose, time, and way prescribed. If your child vomits the medicine within 30 minutes of intake, let the child calm down and repeat the dose. Do not double dose if it’s the time for the next dose.
Clavam BID Dry Syrup may cause vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain, and allergy. These side effects should diminish on their own. But, in case they persist or start bothering your child, you must not delay speaking to your child’s doctor.
Share your child’s entire medical history with the doctor, including any previous episode of allergy, heart problem, blood disorder, birth defects, airway obstruction, lung anomaly, gastrointestinal problem, skin disorder, liver impairment, and kidney malfunction. This information will assist the doctor in making dose alterations and for planning your child’s overall treatment.
USES OF CLAVAM BID DRY SYRUP IN CHILDREN
- Treatment of Resistant Tuberculosis (TB)
- Treatment of Bacterial infections
BENEFITS OF CLAVAM BID DRY SYRUP FOR YOUR CHILD
In Treatment of Resistant Tuberculosis (TB)
SIDE EFFECTS OF CLAVAM BID DRY SYRUP IN CHILDREN
Common side effects of Clavam
- Abdominal pain
- Skin rash
HOW CAN I GIVE CLAVAM BID DRY SYRUP TO MY CHILD?
HOW CLAVAM POWDER FOR ORAL SUSPENSION WORKS
Consult with your child’s doctor before giving Clavam BID Dry Syrup to your child in case of a severe form of liver disease.