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Febrile convulsions are common. What do you really need to know?
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What do you really need to know about bronchiolitis?
What do you know about persistent tachycardia?
The patient has a red allergy alert band on. Are they really allergic to penicillin?
One way, or another, I'm gonna find ya, I'm gonna get ya, get ya, get ya, get ya
How good are UK guidelines at identifying sick febrile infants?
Acute abdominal pain can be due to anything or nothing. In this post, Dani takes us through her approach to the child with undifferentiated abdo pain

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