Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen
Use this table to help correctly dose your child’s Tylenol/Ibuprofen. Do not give Tylenol to children under 3 months of age without first consulting your doctor. Do not use ibuprofen before the age of 6 months.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that all pediatric medication dosing be done in milliliters (ml) and not teaspoons to avoid dosing errors. Syringes, droppers, and medicine cups are the most accurate dispensing devices and are available at local pharmacies. The AAP suggests the following guidelines for administering liquid medications.
If your child has ingested anything that you are concerned may be dangerous (e.g., medications, household products, etc.), call poison control immediately and follow the hotline’s advice prior to contacting your physician at 1-800-222-1222.
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Vaccine and Milestone Information
Get the best information about recommended vaccinations for your infants and children today.
Know the most useful information about you and your baby’s health. The following links will take you to sites that will help you understand your baby’s health and nutrition so they can grow healthy and strong.
HPV Just the Facts
EXPECTANT & BREASTFEEDING
We have a pediatrician on call 24/7, 365 days a year for urgent health issues. Call 801-595-8844 to get in touch with our after hours call center.
If your child needs to be seen after hours, the doctor on call will direct you to either a local Urgent Care or Emergency Room.
For basic, non-urgent questions or medication refills, please wait and call our office the next business day.
Local Urgent Care
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