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Colic definition
Cries more than 3 days / week
For more than 3 hours a day
For more than 3 weeks in a month
Colic therapy
Simethicone
Hyland's Colic Tablets
Changing position
Holding the infant
Rocking
Gripe water
Changing formula
Changing maternal diet
Colic-Ease
Dill weed seed oil
Caraway seed oil
Cinnamon bark oil
Clove bud oil
Cardamom seed oil
Baby's Bliss
Sodium bicarbonate
Ginger extract
Fennel extract
Colic Calm
Homeopathic
Ginger
Aloe
Vegetable charcoal
Chamomile
Caraway
Peppermint
Lemon balm
Blackthorn
Fennel
Anticholinergic product
Donnalix
Anticholinergic product: Ingredients
Atropine sulfate
Hyoscine hydrobromide
Hyoscyamine sulfate
Hyland's Colic Tablets: Directions
Up to 2 years old: Dissolve 2 tablets under the tongue every 15 minutes for up to 8 doses until relieved, then every 2 hours as required
Over 2: 3 tablets as above
Constipation drugs
Milk of magnesia
Mineral oil enema
Docusate
Malt soup extract
Senokot
Bisacodyl (oral or enema)
Glycerin suppository
Polycarbophil
Inulin
Sorbitol
Karo syrup
Senokot: Dosage forms
Tablets
Bisacodyl: Dosage forms
Tablets
Liqui-gels
Suppositories
Loperamide: Ages 2 to 6
Start hydration
Loperamide: Ages 6 to 8 (48 - 59 lb)
1 caplet after first loose stool
1/2 caplet after each subsequent loose stool
No more than 2 caplets in 24 hours
Rehydration therapy ingredients
Sodium
Potassium
Chloride
Citrate
Sugar
Nausea / vomiting: When to refer
Vomits more than twice an hour
Continues to feel nauseated, lethargic, etc. for 2 hours or more
Stops feeding
Nausea / vomiting: Self-care options
Antihistamines
Phosphorated carboyhydrate solutions
Oral rehydration solutions
Acid control: 2 years old & older
Calcium carbonate
Milk of magnesia
H2 receptor antagonists: Age
12+
Omeprazole: Age
18+