Thursday, September 22, 2011

AccuDial Weight Based Dosing for Children Review & GIVEAWAY!


Summer has ended, and the kids are back at school. You know what that means, right? Ummm hmmmm...Time to pass around colds and flus. Yay.

Though my little one is not at school yet, she does attend early learning playgroups and other activity groups that foster learning in children. This means she is in contact with her peers on a regular basis. Snotty, runny noses, here we come!

My biggest worry about administering meds to my child is whether or not I am giving her the correct dosage. A lot of times, the label on the box tells you a dosage by age. Well, my two year old is a very tiny two year old. Wouldn't it make more sense to give a dosage based on weight instead of age? I've often wondered about that. Thankfully, I was introduced to Children's AccuDial and they've thought about that as well!





From the company website:
Children’s AccuDial® is a revolutionary line of OTC medications designed to give your child an accurate dose of medicine. The weight of children in the same age group can vary greatly, and they should not always be given the same amount of medicine. According to the American Medical Association, 72% of children are dosed inaccurately with OTC medications. Using the patented AccuDial rotating dosing system, simply turn the outer label of the bottle and match the child’s weight with the correct dose listed in milliliters!
Now, doesn't that make sense? Children's AccuDial has sent me some of their Pain & Fever rotating dosage label. It relieves fever, aches, and pain and comes in cherry flavour. Suitable for children ages 2 and up.
Even my husband was impressed by the rotating dosing system.Want to see how Chidlren's AccuDial works? Click here for a demo. It's pretty cool, isn't it? Now all the guess work is taken out of administering proper doses of meds!

The AccuDial product line includes:
Pain & Fever
Allergy
Cold & Stuffy Nose
Chest Congestion
Cough & Cold
Runny Nose & Cough
Nite Time Cold & Cough
Day Time Cough & Cold

Click here for more product info.

Want to try AccuDial for Children and see why I think the dosing system is fabulous? AccuDial is giving TWO of my readers a chance to try out their products.

WIN IT!
Two lucky readers will win one Children's AccuDial Rotating Dosage Label of their choice. Yes, TWO of you!


Two win, simply head over to the Children's AccuDial website and let me know which product you would like to try. (Mandatory)


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I want to #Win Children's Accudial from @AccuDial @chancesmommy's blog! 2 chances to win! 


Giveaway Rules

  1. Contest is open to Canadian Residents only
  2. The contest will run from Sept. 22 – Oct. 3, 2011 at 11:59 ET.
  3. One winner will be chosen using Random.org and will be notified at the email address used upon entry.
  4. The winner will have 48 hrs to respond and failure to do so will result in a new winner selection.
  5. Please leave a separate comment for each entry and an e-mail address so I can contact you if you win.


Disclosure- AccuDial has given me Children's AccuDial Pain & Fever to facilitate this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed on this blog are honest and my own.

13 comments:

Michelle Proulx said...

Hey Christine I would love to try out a bottle of the Nighttime Cough and Cold formula...man this is exciting..with having a 4 1/2 year old at 28lbs and a 2 year old at 24..there will not be any more guessing and worrying...great idea..THanks for the opportunity to try one out!!

Michelle Proulx said...

I liked the Childern's Accu Dial and I follow you entry#1

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Tara said...

i'd like to try the nightime cough and cold.
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Valerie said...

I would like to try the nighttime cough and Cold for my girls. Thank you for another great giveaway.

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t said...

I would also like to try Cough and Cold for my kids! Thanks for a great giveaway,

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