Efficacy and Safety of the Administration of Ondansetron Versus Habitual Clinical Practice for the Treatment of Vomiting in Children With Mild and Moderate Dehydration: Randomized Clinical Trial

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This clinical trial is intended to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the administration of ondansetron in children with mild-moderate dehydration.

The target population will be children between 4 and 13 years old who present vomiting.

Study Design


Vomiting in Infants and/or Children


Ondansetron 4 MG


Not yet recruiting


Basque Health Service

Results (where available)

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