KidCase - JASE Medical

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Be prepared and avoid shortages with a supply of medications and easy online access to medical experts.

Emergency Medication Supply for Kids

Having life-saving medication on hand should never be an afterthought.

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Help Medicate Against:

Pneumonia | Sinusitis | Strep Throat | Ear Infections
Rx Amoxicillin Trihydrate 250mg chewable tablets (40 count)

Amoxicillin is a beta-lactam antibiotic. It belongs to the penicillin-family of antibiotics.
Can be taken with or without food. Typically stomach upset is reduced if taken with food.
Do NOT take this medication if you are allergic to penicillin.

Nausea and Vomiting
Rx Ondansetron ODT 4mg tablets (20 count)

Ondansetron is an anti-vomiting or anti-nausea medication.
This medication can be taken with or without food.
Do not remove from the blister pack until needed. Peel backing off the blister, do NOT push the tablet through the foil backing. Do not swallow this medication, it will dissolve on the tongue. Using dry hands, place the tablet on the tongue and allow it to dissolve. No need to administer with fluids.

Dermatitis Itching
Rx Hydrocortisone Cream 2.5% (quantity 1)

Hydrocortisone 2.5% is a low potency topical steroid.
For optimal absorption of this medication, apply topical steroids to moist skin immediately after bathing or a wet soak. Occlusive dressings (bandage covering the area) can enhance drug absorption up to 10 times, so speak with a medical professional before using any dressings on top of this medication. Do not use it on open skin, avoid contact with eyes and wash hands after use.

Pain
Ibuprofen childrens 100mg tablets (24 count)

Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).
This medication should be taken with food or milk.
Stop use and consult a health care provider if symptoms do not improve within 24 hours of use, if symptoms worsen, newly appear, or fever or pain last longer than 3 days.

Rx EpiPen Jr Auto Injector
0.15 mg (Solution Auto-injector)

Anaphylaxis

Epinephrine is an alpha/beta agonist medication. It is a life saving medication in certain situations.
If you have signs of anaphylaxis, even if you have used your Epi-Pen correctly, you need to seek medical help immediately.

Rx Ofloxacin Otic
0.3% Solution

Otitis Externa (Swimmer’s Ear)

Ofloxacin 0.3% otic solution is an antibiotic ear drop in the fluoroquinolone class.

Gently clean any discharge that can be easily removed from the outer ear. Warm the solution by holding the bottle in hand for 1 to 2 minutes prior to instillation. The tip of the bottle should not touch the fingers, ear, or any surface. Patient should lie on the side with the affected ear upward. Pull the outer ear upward and backward to allow the ear drops to flow down into the ear canal. Patient should remain on his/her side for at least 5 minutes. If necessary, repeat the procedure for the other ear.

Rx Silver Sulfadiazine
1% Cream

Burns

Silver Sulfadiazine is a topical antibiotic.

Avoid contact with eyes. Apply medication with a thoroughly washed and gloved hand. Burned area should be covered with cream at all times, so reapply where cream has been removed by patient activity. Wound dressings may be used if necessary.

Rx Albuterol (salbutamol)
90 mcg (Aerosol Solution)

Asthma Exacerbations | Bronchospasm in setting of allergic reaction | COPD Exacerbations

Albuterol is a bronchodilator medication. It is an inhaled medication that works by relaxing muscles in the airways which increases air flow to the lungs.

Rx Fluocinolone Otic
0.01% Solution

Otitis Externa (Swimmer’s Ear)

“Fluocinolone Otic 0.01% is an anti-inflammatory ear drop used to decrease inflammation and pain in the corticosteroid family.

MAY CONTAIN PEANUT OIL – DO NOT USE if you have an allergy to peanuts

This medication is only to be used in combination with antibiotic ear drops. Administer fluocinolone ear drops after antibiotic ear drops (ex: ofloxacin ear drops). Please note, fluocinolone drops are twice a day dosing which may be different from antibiotic ear drops. Follow dosing instructions for each medication as written.

Tilt head to one side so that the ear is facing up. Gently pull the earlobe backward and upward during instillation of drops. Keep head tilted for about 1 minute after installation.”

Rx Oseltamivir (10pack)
30-75 mg (Capsule)

Influenza

Oseltamivir is an antiviral agent used in the treatment of Influenza.

This medication can be taken with or without food, but typically gastrointestinal side effects are lessened if taken with food.
This medication is best started within 48 hours of symptom onset
Can also be used as prophylaxis to prevent flu in high risk people who have had contact with someone who tested positive for flu in the past 48 hours.

Rx Triamcinolone Cream
0.10% Cream

Dermatitis Itching

Triamcinolone 0.1% is a medium potency topical steroid.

For optimal absorption of this medication, apply topical steroids to moist skin immediately after bathing or a wet soak. Occlusive dressings (bandage covering the area) can enhance drug absorption up to 10 times, so speak with a medical professional before using any dressings on top of this medication. Do not use it on open skin, avoid contact with eyes and wash hands after use.

KidCase

Ages: 2-11

Just: $218.95

Canada: $269.95 USD*

* The KidCase is only available in the US & Canada
* Coming soon to Arkansas & Alabama

BEST DEAL & SERVICE

We have negotiated special pricing with our partner pharmacies and pass these savings on to you.

Your consultation with a board-certified physician is included.

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What to Expect

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Fill out our simple online form to get customized medication for your needs

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Your order will be reviewed by a licensed physician in your state

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Your medication will be sent directly to your home from our pharmacy network.

* Our antibiotic kits are priced to reflect local costs of medications, shipping, fees and materials.

Still have questions?

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I receive a call from the physician?

Depends on your state. Some states require a live encounter with the physician. In those cases you will receive a call from the physician. Otherwise, you will only receive a call if the physician has unanswered questions regarding your current medications or allergies.

I didn’t receive my tracking number?

If you did not receive a tracking number, please contact us at answers@jasemedical.com

Do you accept HSA cards?

You should be able to use your HSA card. Ultimately, it will depend on your insurance and we encourage checking with them before attempting to use your card. Some have very particular requirements, specifically an itemized cost break down of each medication which we cannot provide.

What if I have an allergy to one of the antibiotics?

We leave it up to the consulting physician to make a substitution if there are allergies. There is almost always a substitution that can be made. You MUST notate any allergies on your submission form. We cannot make substitutions once the order is placed. 

How long can the antibiotics be stored?

The FDA requires pharmacies to put an expiration date of 1 year on prescriptions. Most antibiotics will come with an expiration date between 2 and 3 years from the date of manufacture. To maximize the shelf-life of your medications they should be stored in air-tight containers in a cool, dry environment. 

Under proper storage conditions antibiotics, expiration dates can be extended for a minimum of an additional 5 years.

Studies have even shown 90% retained potency after as many as 20 years.

Do you accept insurance?

Jase Medical does not accept any type of health insurance.

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Pediatric Case
Price for Base kit + ALL add-on medications

$810.95 USD

Included:

Pneumonia | Sinusitis | Strep Throat | Ear Infections

Rx Amoxicillin Trihydrate 250mg chewable tablets (40 count)

Nausea and Vomiting

Rx Ondansetron ODT 4mg tablets (20 count)

Dermatitis Itching

Rx Hydrocortisone Cream 2.5% (quantity 1)

Pain

Ibuprofen childrens 100mg tablets (24 count)


Add-Ons:

Rx EpiPen Jr Auto Injector 0.15 mg

Anaphylaxis

Rx Fluocinolone Otic 0.01%

Otitis Externa (Swimmer’s Ear)

Rx Ofloxacin Otic 0.3%

Otitis Externa (Swimmer’s Ear)

Rx Oseltamivir 30-75 mg (10pack)

Influenza

Rx Silver Sulfadiazine 1%

Burns

Rx Triamcinolone Cream 0.1%

Dermatitis Itching

Rx Albuterol (salbutamol) 90mcg

Asthma Exacerbations |
Bronchospasm in setting of allergic reaction |
COPD Exacerbations

Diphenhydramine 12.5mg/ml

Anaphylaxis |
Mild Allergy | Hives |
Angioedema | Itching

Loperamide (liquid) 1/7.5 mg/ml

Diarrhea

ZyrTEC Childrens Allergy 2.5mg

Anaphylaxis | Mild |
Allergy | Hives |
Angioedema | Itching

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