Children’s Accudial: Rotating Dosing Label (REVIEW and GIVEAWAY)

In Ontario, we have a telephone help system called TeleHealth in place for when you have health/medical related problems and you either:
a) Don’t want to go to your doctor.
b) Your doctor is unavailable and you don’t want to go or aren’t sure if you should go to the hospital.
c) You want a second opinion.

I have called TeleHealth a few times when I am unsure about one of my childrens’ fevers and one thing that I have learned from them is how to properly dose fever reducing medication according to weight. The problem is that children grow (like weeds) and so I never knew when the medicine dose they gave me that was more accurate for my child than the recommended dose on the medicine bottle had increased.

The Solution to Dosing Medicine Accurately: ACCUDIAL


Accudial is a brand of medicine that has a unique label on the bottle that allows you to determine the most accurate dose of medicine for your child according to their weight, not their age. The label on Accudial bottles turns to allow you to customize exactly how much medicine to does out for your child according to their weight.

We received a bottle of the Night Time Cold and Cough to sample. Now that my daughter is six, it is considered safe to give her cough medicine when she is sick, something that I am very happy about.

Here are my thoughts…

Pros:

  • Alcohol free liquid
  • Bottle also comes with a medicine spoon for easy measuring and dispensing (see cons)
  • More accurate medicine dosing, therefore child will feel the effect of the medicine more accurately
  • The Dose is very easy to read on the sliding label on the bottle – I love the design!

Cons:

  • There is colour dye in the medicine. I typically select dye free products. Hopefully over time, Accudial will come out with dye free products. I find the kids care more what the products taste like rather than what they look like.
  • I found the enclosed measuring spoon difficult to use if the dose involves 1/2 ml in the measurement!

To see Accudial in action, please go to the Accudial Website to watch a short demo video.

OR

If you’re a fan of the show The Doctors and you enjoy watching Jake from the Bacehlor, you can always check out their take on Accudial!

Would you like to sample Accudial for yourself to see how easy it is to use their system?


The above product was provided free of cost to Multi-Testing Mommy by the manufacturer or a representing PR agency. Opinions expressed belong to Multi-Testing Mommy and are NOT influenced in any way.

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15 Responses to Children’s Accudial: Rotating Dosing Label (REVIEW and GIVEAWAY)

  1. Nat says:

    Thank you for reviewing the AccuDial weight-dosing label. We have ready and took note of all the feedback that you have provided in your blog post. We thought you might want to know that in the near future, you will be seeing a new AccuDial Allergy product which will be dye-free, with bubble gum flavor. Details to come once this becomes available. And good luck to all who enter the giveaway contest!

  2. Menzies says:

    I would choose the pain & fever AccuDial

  3. I would choose pain & fever, it would be needed most often!

  4. Lisa_june says:

    I would choose the pain & fever option.
    Lisa_june at hotmail dot com

  5. bigdisneyfan says:

    I would choose the pain and fever version.

  6. ksceviour says:

    I would choose the cold and stuffy nose.
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

  7. I would choose the fever and pain reliever.

  8. Shairbearg says:

    I would choose the chest congestion one!

  9. Jenn Spencer says:

    I would choose the Cough & Cold!

    Thanks!
    Jenn from How to Make Hair Bows
    learnquilling@gmail.com

  10. Denise G says:

    Cough & Cold

    ontariohappychick at gmail dot com

  11. Anonymous says:

    I’d choose pain & fever
    jenyasha87 at hotmail dot com

    (i follow via gfc as Jen M)

  12. Amy C says:

    I would choose the Nite Time Cold and Cough

  13. Gemma says:

    I’d pick Pain and Fever

  14. karasceviour says:

    I would choose the runny nose and cough.karasceviour at hotmail dot com

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