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    Default Schools giving medication. Question.

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    I'm going to buy the pill cutter today, but I was wondering if the school cuts the pill, will the other half be ok the next day? Will they just sit it in the opened blister?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    I'm going to buy the pill cutter today, but I was wondering if the school cuts the pill, will the other half be ok the next day? Will they just sit it in the opened blister?
    A pharmacist would be the best person to advise. You can just give them a call and ask to speak to a pharmacist

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    Speak to the office staff at the school, as they'll likely be the ones to hold onto it and administer it.
    You'll most likely find that the school's policies will say that it has to be in the proper packaging with the child's name and dosage info etc. It shouldn't be a huge issue to the office staff, kids need medication at school all the time ☺


 

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