NO.1 Pediatric cold
Typical symptoms: mild symptoms: only nasal symptoms such as runny nose, stuffy nose, sneezing, etc. Also available are tears and slight cough or throat discomfort. In severe cases, the body temperature can reach 39-40 degrees Celsius or reasonably high, accompanied by a feeling of cold, headache, general weakness, loss of appetite, sleep disturbance, etc.. It can spread to the tonsils of the pharynx and can also be complicated by bronchitis and pneumonia.
Representative drugs: pediatric aminophenol xanthamine, Merlin, (baby fever patch)
Combined medication plan 1: Pediatric cold and flu granules + antiviral oral liquid + azithromycin dry mix
Combined drug regimen 2: Pediatric Aminophen Flavonamil + Pediatric Pharyngeal Flat + Cefixime
NO.2 Pediatric cough
Typical symptoms: cough and sputum, itchy throat, fever, shortness of breath
Representative drugs: Pediatric cough and wheezing, Merlin, (antipyretic patch), pediatric pharyngeal pellets
Combined medication plan 1: Pediatric cough granules + Azithromycin dry mix + Bai San Ping
Combined drug regimen 2: Pediatric pharyngeal pellets + Erythromycin pellets + Snake Bile and Chuanbei liquid
NO.3 Pediatric diarrhea
Typical symptom: unformed, watery or egg-flower-like stools, or increased frequency with or without abdominal pain and vomiting.
Representative drugs : Montelukastan, pediatric diarrhea patch
Combined medication plan 1: montelukast + diarrhea patch + amoxicillin granules
Combined drug regimen 2: Montelukast + Mammazine + Cefaclor
NO.4 Pediatric indigestion
Typical symptoms: Intermittent epigastric discomfort or pain, fullness, heartburn (acid reflux), belching, etc. Often there is no appetite, bloating and other discomfort.
Representative drugs: Oral Liquid for Children, Stomach and Noma Granules
Combined medication plan 1: Jian’er Dissolving Food Oral Liquid + Noon Tea Granules
Combined medication plan 2: Children’s Seven Star Tea + Gastric Relief Tablets + Zinc Gluconate Oral Liquid
NO.5 Pediatric constipation
Typical symptoms: Decreased frequency of bowel movement, once every 2-3 days or longer, irregularity, dry and hard feces, often accompanied by a sense of difficulty in defecation.
Representative drugs: Pediatric seven-star tea, honeysuckle lotion
Combined medication plan 1: Pediatric Seven-Star Tea + Curette + Honey
Combined medication plan 2: Si Mo Tang + Lactobacillus tablets + Kai Lu Cai
NO.6 Pediatric Anorexia
Typical symptoms: vomiting, loss of appetite
Representative drugs: Lysine B12 granules, zinc, iron and calcium granules
Combined drug regimen 1: Zinc gluconate oral solution + stomachic and appetite tablets + fish oil for children
Combined medication plan 2: Lysine B12 granules + calcium, iron and zinc oral solution + Happy Growth