Children's Pain Relief

What about cross-contamination?

NO CONTAMINATION RISK- Each vial is used only once to avoid the cross-contamination often encountered in dispensing spoons, cups, or syringes. The medication goes straight from the vial to your child’s mouth. No measuring or contamination risk.

Is this medicine safe?

MADE FOR DOSING SAFETY - Precise, portable single-use vials mean no measuring, no spilling, and no risk of contamination. Each single-use vial is pre-measured and protected in protective child-resistant packaging to prevent accidental over-dosing and cross-contamination. The travel-ready vials can go anywhere. TSA compliant.

What are the dosing directions?

DOSAGE DIRECTIONS: Children ages 2-3 or 24-35 pounds 1 single-use vial (5ml) every four hours as needed not to exceed 5 doses in a 24 hour period

What are the ingredients that help pain and fever?

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Acetaminophen USP 160 mg. All Correct Dose products are sugar-free, dye-free, gluten-free, and alcohol-free.

Does this medicine need refrigeration?

Correct Dose products do not require refrigeration.

Can my baby take these products?

MINIMUM AGE - The pain & fever reducer 5mL vial dose is for children no younger than age 2 years and 24 lbs.

How do I use the vials?

Carefully tear the foil wrapper to remove the single-use vial. Hold the vial upright and twist off the cap. Gently place the vial into the mouth and squeeze the sides to dispense the medication. That is it. Dispose of the single-use vial.

How often is it taken?

One dose can be taken every 4 hours as needed not to exceed 5 doses in a 24-hour period.

What does this medicine treat?

CORRECT DOSE Children’s Over-the-Counter Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer relieves minor aches and pains due to common cold, flu, headache, sore throat, and toothache and other muscular aches. Relieves symptoms for 4 hours per dose when taken as directed

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