Posted by: shilo | 2009/03/10


hey there,
the doctor give my baby of 1 year medicine for asthma i must mix the pill with his food but he said i must give him 3 the first time and then 2 every night. i search the pills on the internet but cant find the right name seams i spelled it wrong and cant make out please help me and let me know if i can give it to my baby. he also give me allergex and vercef antibiotic.

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The correct name for this is PANAFCORT (5mg) - A corticosteroid containing prednisone

It can be used in children, and the dose is not excessive, but it should only be used long-term when essential, and then only in the lowest effective dose. To prevent many of the adverse effects associated with this drug, it is often given only every 2nd day

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Posted by: shilo | 2009/03/10

sorry ... the name is panaheant 5

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