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  1. ... were given a choice between home care and inpatient care ( Sopko et al , ... microbiologically documented infection was the most common cause of fever (61%) ...
  2. ... the NICE guideline on child maltreatment ). 39. Do not admit infants or children with faltering growth to ... Alliance (UK). Faltering Growth – recognition and management. London: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence ( ...
  3. ... possible fever, lethargy or distress. Research ... aureus , although this may not be clinically apparent. There are data to show ...
  4. ... 22-26, 1988 Population includes children with laboratory documented RSV infection. ... findings were not used to assess disease severity or to determine ...
  5. ... Neutrophil count Temperature Mortality Critical care Serious infection Clinically documented infection Complications Length of stay METHODS Information sources and ...
  6. ... bacterial contamination of raw breast milk and of clinically documented infections in infants receiving expressed breast milk. Nevertheless, the ...
  7. ... that outcomes of serious infection , mortality , critical care , clinically documented infection and complications to be the most clinically relevant to the question. Avoiding death or the ...
  8. ... chronic Burkholderia cepacia complex infection (when treatment has not eradicated the infection) and who become clinically unwell with a pulmonary disease exacerbation: give a ...
  9. ... outcomes of completed treatment and clinical recurrence are not clinically meaningful when considering this management technique. The model was built with a one ...
  10. ... morbidity and even death can occur. Emergency room management Start intravenous fluid immediately even if not clinically dehydrated with 10% dextrose and appropriate electrolytes at ...
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