MORRISTOWN, New Jersey, Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Although Hispanic mothers have traditionally and culturally relied in home-made remedies to help soothe pain in their children and families; whenever it is about fever and body pain, it becomes important to administer a medicine such as acetaminophen. Acetaminophen is one of the free sale medicines most recommended by health care professionals; to help reduce fever and relieve minor pain in babies and infants. Since some ill babies and infants cannot take oral medicine for fever or pain, using a suppository of FeverAll® Acetaminophen offers a secure and reliable way for Hispanic mothers to take care of their ill children.
FeverAll®, the main national brand of acetaminophen in its suppository presentation, is available in retailers and important drugstores all over the USA. For more than 20 years, parents and health carers have trusted in the precision and easy-use of FeverAll®. It offers to child carers an alternative for liquid acetaminophen to reduce fever and relieve pain, starting from six months age. When using the suppositories of Acetaminophen FeverAll®, which contain the exact amount, parents can feel sure that their children are receiving the exact dose of acetaminophen recommended for their age in each use. Being less than one inch size, they are easy to administer and smaller than any other acetaminophen suppositories.
According to Dr. Aliza Lifshitz, "Acetaminophen suppositories provide a sure dose and tranquilize Hispanic mothers with small children who need medicine to reduce fever and soothe pain". This suppositories are an excellent alternative which ends the need to measure the amount of liquid medicine, to deal with a disturbed baby or worry about the infant having swallowed the complete dose as he spits and complains".
Have FeverAll® at hand in your home as part of your medicine kit to help you fight fever out.
In the middle of the night, stressed and sleepy Hispanic mothers and health carers need intelligent solutions in which they can always rely. This is the reason why health care professionals strongly recommend FeverAll®.
FeverAll®. Offers ease of mind to Hispanic mothers, as they can be sure that they have administered precisely the correct dose measure to their small children, and that the child really received, every time, just the needed amount of medicine.
FeverAll® Infants' Strength, the presentation for babies, is the only acetaminophen for babies available with label instructions about the correct dose for babies from six months up to two years of age.
For more information about the Suppositories of Acetaminophen FeverAll®. Please visit http://www.FeverAll.com
FeverAll®, is manufactured by Actavis Mid Atlantic LLC, the most outstanding national brand of acetaminophen in suppository presentation, and it is the only acetaminophen suppository available and approved for babies as young as six months old. FeverAll® has a size of less than one inch; therefore it is smaller than other acetaminophen suppositories, making it easier for administration to babies and children. The suppositories are presented in a plastic package coded in colours, which is easy to open for adults and it is available in three different presentations, which assure the children getting the adequate dose of acetaminophen during all their childhood. FeverAll® Infants' Strength (80 mg of acetaminophen for babies) is indicated for 6 up to 36 months old; FeverAll® Infants' Strength (120 mg of acetaminophen for small children) is indicated for 3 to 6 years of age; and FeverAll® Jr. Strength (325 of acetaminophen, for older children) is indicated for 6 up to 12 years of age. FeverAll® is available in all retailers and important drugstores all over the USA, among them, Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart, for a suggested retail price of about USD $8.00 for a 6 suppository package. For further information please visit http://www.FeverAll.com
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