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Things I Do, But Should I? Codeine for Cough

Vanessa Gervais, MD and Adrien Selim, MD
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Our Things I Do But Should I? duo brings us another great discussion on the use of oral codeine for acute cough. We tend to prescribe this for our patients at their wits’ end with cough, but should we? Listen to this segment to find out.

 

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A continual hacking cough in children and adults can be croup or asthma patients cough relentlessly and oral corticosteroids but not inhaled can help and help dramatically .
If there is a worry of coexistant GERD which will happen in overwight adults double dose PPI's have to be given with oral corticosteroids - dose corticosteroids Img / kg up to 50 mg day .

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