For the treatment of influenza and ARVI in children 3 to 6 years of age, the prescribed regimen shall be as follows: for the first two days - 1 tablet 2 times a day; for the next two days — one tablet once a day. At the rate of 6 tablets the course duration is four days.
For the treatment of influenza and SARS, children from the age of 6 should stick to the following regimen: 1 tablet 3 times a day for the first two days, and one tablet two times a day for the next two days. All in all the course consists of 10 tablets for the course duration of 4 days.
Prevention of influenza and ARVI in children aged from 3 years is performed in 7-day cycles: for the initial two days give 1 tablet 1 time a day, followed by a 5 day interval, and then repeat the cycle. The duration of prophylactics may span from one week to several months.
Influenza is an acute infectious disease of the respiratory tract caused by the influenza virus of various strains (including swine, or pandemic flu). Flu is contagious and affects people irrespective of sex or age. The virus is transmitted from person to person by droplet infection through sneezing or coughing, which create a vast area of infection around the sick person.
• sudden onset of illness
• fast growing body temperature
• sudden chills
• scanty discharge from the nose
• dry cough which may be accompanied by vomiting
• headache, muscle aches, and, sometimes, painful joints.
If your child falls sick with flu, you need to urgently seek qualified medical assistance and get familiar with basic recommendations on how to take care of sick children.