List Of Over The Counter Medications For School Protocol


List of Over-the-Counter Medications
for School Protocol for Administration Indications
Fever above 100, headache, toothache,
menstrual cramps, sore throat, muscle pain,
May be given every 4 hours.
Note will be given to student to take home if
more than one dose in a day or one daily dose for
3 consecutive days is given.
Dosed by weight.
Aquaphor Lip Ointment
Chapped lips. Dosing per label.
Azo Standard
Urinary pain. Dosed per label. Must be over 12.
Parent notified and follow-up care discussed.
Should be evaluated by a doctor.
Triple Antibiotic Ointment
First aid to help prevent infections in minor cuts,
scrapes, abrasions, and rashes. Dosing per label.
To be administered at onset of systemic reaction
characterized by rash, edema, and/or mild to
moderate respiratory distress due to
environmental, food, or insect allergies. Use
liquid for faster absorption. Parent will be
notified. Further emergency care will be
facilitated as warranted by condition. Dosing per
label and is weight based.
Burn Spray (Solarcaine)
Topical pain control for superficial burns
without blisters, or broken skin. (sunburn, minor
burns, scalds). Dosing per label.
Caladryl Clear
Relief of itching and pain associated with insect
bites and rashes due to poison ivy, poison oak,
and poison sumac. Dosing per label.
Calcium Cabonate (Tums)
Acid indigestion, heartburn, sour stomach.
Dosing per label.
Glucose 15
To treat a hypoglycemic episode before
unconsciousness occurs. Dosing per label.
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