My daughter is ten months old, and her weight is 6.7 kilograms. She has vomiting and loose motion from the morning. We are giving her ORS. What is the medicine given for vomiting and loose motion?
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Giving ORS (oral rehydration solution) is good. It will treat dehydration and try to make them in the right concentration. Try to have one sachet in one-liter water. You can give her syrup Zincolife 5 ml (Elemental zinc) once a day for 14 days, and syrup Ondem 2.5 ml (Ondansetron) can be given for vomiting. But if there is persistent vomiting and if the child is dizzy, lethargic, with, decreased urination, then you can consult a pediatrician soon.
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