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KIDZ MEDI KIT – WHAT AND WHY?
Anyone who has been through it will agree that becoming a parent can be a scary thing! Even more so when you find yourself with a sick or hurt child. Despite the information overload that new parents experience, in a crisis it can be very difficult to remember whose and which advice to follow!
And so the idea for this kit was born!
Because when it comes to your child’s health, it’s always best to consult a professional, I called upon Dr Willie Roux, paediatrician at the Worcester Kidz Cross Medical centre (and also a father of 3), to help me develop a medical emergency kit that would be tailored specifically for parents, and which would contain all the basics that you are likely to need as a parent.
This booklet aims to answer questions about the most common medical conditions that parents are likely to encounter, and how to treat them correctly. This book seeks to give parents the confidence to know when (and how) they can treat a condition at home, or whether their child needs to see a doctor. It is important to note that this medical kit does not replace a doctor’s advice, and does not aim to provide diagnoses. Seeking out professional advice is always recommended if you feel unsure about your child’s condition. Our aim is to provide support to parents when they are trying to make this decision.
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- Use of your Kidz Medi Kit should not replace consultation with your doctor. When in doubt, rather take your child to the doctor. Your Kidz Medi Kit must be kept out of reach of children at all times.
- Ensure that all medicines are clearly marked.
- Note that all medicines have an expiration date. Please discard any medicines that have passed their expiration date. The only safe way to discard of medicine is to hand it in at your nearest pharmacy.
- Never keep unused antibiotics. A course of antibiotics should always be finished as prescribed by your doctor. If there was a good reason to discontinue use, discard any remaining antibiotics immediately. It is very dangerous to use antibiotics that were prescribed for someone else. Always consult a medical docter before using antibiotics.