Use Feverall Suppositories in a child who is unable to take Acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Ibuprofen (Motrin/Advil) as a result of vomiting.
|Age||Infants’ 80mg||Children’s 120mg||Jr. Strength 325mg|
|Under 6 months||Do not use||Do not use||Do not use|
|6-11 months||1 suppository every 6 hours. Maximum 4 doses in 24 hours.||Do not use||Do not use|
|12-36 months||1 suppository every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum of 5 doses in 24 hour period.||Do not use||Do not use|
|3-6 years||–||1 suppository every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum of 5 doses in 24 hours.||Do not use|
|6-12 years||–||–||1 suppository every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum 5 doses in 24 hours.|
|12 years and over||–||–||2 suppositories every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum of 6 doses in 24 hours.|
How to use Feverall:
- Gently clean the area around the buttocks with a warm, wet towel.
- Detach one suppository from the strip.
- Remove wrapper before inserting suppository by holding suppository upright and carefully peeling wrapper evenly down both sides of the suppository. Avoid excess handling as the suppository is designed to melt at body temperatures. Suppositories should not need to be refrigerated if stored at temperatures below 80 degrees F (27 degrees C).
- Position the child flat on their back or on one side, with anal opening exposed.
- Gently insert the suppository well into the rectum. Use fingertip to complete insertion.
- If necessary, hold the buttocks together for 30-60 seconds to keep the suppository in place.