DIAPER RASH CREAMS/SALVES
NORMAL SALINE NOSE DROPS
For routine diaper rash, apply Crisco or Olive oil after good
¼ tsp table salt + 1 tsp hydrogen peroxide + 1 drop white
skin cleaning with soap & water. Wipes are bad.
For yeast infection rash, apply Lotrimin AF or betadine cream
2-4 drops in each nostril as needed for nasal mucus or
after good skin washing with soap & water.
congestion. Use bulb syringe suction for infants.
ATHLETE’S FOOT/RING WORM
POISON OAK/IVY REMEDIES
Wash affected area with soap & water. Apply alcohol,
betadine solution, Unscented Gel Antiperspirant, or Lotrimin
1% hydrocortisone cream to rash twice daily.
Pepto-Bismol liquid to rash twice daily.
BUG BITE / BEE STING REMEDY
Wash skin with soap & water. Apply Neosporin ointment,
Apply Ban Soft Solid to the bite/sting area as soon as possible
betadine solution, or Unscented Gel Antiperspirant to the
after the bite/sting. Apply cold compress to the affected area
SWIMMER’S EAR REMEDY
4-6 drops in the affected ears 3-4 times a day and after
Apply to the ingrown area then blow dry 2-4 times a day.
Use after any water exposure. Leave toe open to the air as much as possible. Do not soak toe.
Benadryl ½ tsp every 4 hours per 25 lb body weight up to
Nothing by mouth for one hour, then one quart Gatorade +½
Pepcid AC chewable ¼ tsp twice a day per 25 lb body weight
1 oz /15 min x 4, then 2 oz/15 min x 4, then 3 oz/15 min x 4,
then ad lib. Solid food slowly as tolerated.
Pepto-Bismol 1 tsp 3-4 times/day ages1-5 years
Ground beef/chicken/eggs/lactose-free milk
Lactinex ½ pkg 3 time/day ages 3 mo-2 years
Gatorade. Avoid lactose milk, ice cream, caffeine
Increase oral fluids such as juices, Kool-Aid, Gatorade, &
Milk of Magnesia 1-2 tsp/day for 6-12 mo old, 1-2 Tbsp/day
water. Increase fiber containing foods such as vegetables,
for 1-4 year old, 2-3 tbsp/day for 5-12 year old, and 3-6
fruit, and high fiber cereals. Citrucel ¼ cap in 2 oz water for
2-4 year old, ½ cap in 4 oz water for 5-8 year old, & 1 cap in
Glycerin suppositories for age as often as needed.
WART TREATMENT ALTERNATIVES
Apply clear fingernail polish to the warts daily.
Fever is not a disease and usually does not require treatment
Apply clear plastic tape to the warts daily.
if the disease which is causing it is being treated. For the
Apply betadine solution to the warts daily.
comfort of the patient the following may be helpful:
Apply 7% iodine solution (OTC) to the warts daily.
Increase fluid intake with cold fluids. Dress lightly.
Zantac 75 mg orally twice a day for body weight over 75
Ibuprofen (children’s) at 1 tsp/22lb body weight or 1 OTC
tablet/50 lb. body weight every 6-8 hrs as needed. Ice water
baths, sponging with alcohol, and combining or
alternating ibuprofen with Tylenol are potentially
INSECT REPELLENT (CHILDREN UNDER 12)
Spray skin with Non DEET repellent
Spray Clothes (OFF THE BODY) with DEET repellent
Put dryer sheets (Fabric Softener) in pockets or pin to back of
Vitamin B1 tablet (Thiamine) 50mg/50 lb. body weight every
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