Pedi Poll


Q. When treating common upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) in pediatric patients, which management approach do you find most effective or commonly employ?

Poll Results
Supportive care (rest, hydration, humidified air)
Symptomatic relief with over-the-counter medications (antipyretics, decongestants)
Antibiotics in select cases (e.g., bacterial sinusitis, strep throat)
Use of alternative therapies (e.g., saline nasal rinses, honey for cough)
Remarks :
Mahdi Shahriari
Symptomatic relief
4 months ago
Exaveria Lucas
supportive care
4 months ago

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