If the medicine comes in suspension form, shake well before using.
Do not use silverware spoons for giving medication. They are not all the same size. A silverware teaspoon could be as small as a half teaspoon or as large as 2 teaspoons.
Measuring spoons used for cooking are accurate, but they spill easily.
Oral syringes have some advantages for giving liquid medications.
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