The three-year-old baby has a fever today. It's the tenth day. Archie used in the first five days has no effect and has a serious cough. Later, he changed the hospital and used cefepime sodium and methylbolamide for five days, erythromycin for three days and pramivir for the first two days. Now the baby is 37.5. The CT doctor said that there is inflammation in the left lung, which is lighter than Folium. Which one is antiviral and which one is antipyretic? Is there something wrong with the medicine? Thank you
According to what you said, the three-year-old baby has been coughing and having a fever for ten days. He has used Archie, cephalosporin, erythromycin, methylbolome and pramivir. CT examination shows left pneumonia. It should be considered that it should be bacterial, virus or mycoplasma infection. Among these drugs, pramivir is antiviral and methylbolome is antipyretic. These drugs should be symptomatic. It is recommended to test mycoplasma antibody. If it is mycoplasma infection, It's really stubborn.
Hello, this situation should be treated with some antibiotics, that is, the baby has this. The problem of infection must be treated with relevant drugs. For babies with this problem of lung inflammation, targeted drugs must be used. It needs to be treated with this antibiotic.
The recovery of pneumonia is relatively slow. It usually takes about two weeks. The drugs used are symptomatic cephalosporin and erythromycin, which belong to anti-inflammatory drugs. Pramivir is antiviral. Generally, if the fever is serious, it will use some methylbolnylon. This belongs to stimulant drugs, which belong to routine drugs
According to your test results, it is indeed caused by viral cold. You used azithromycin before, which belongs to macrolide antibiotics. Later, cefazoxime is also an antibiotic β For lactamases, the pramivir used later is an antiviral drug, which is mainly aimed at influenza virus. Later, erythromycin is still a macrolide