A high-pitched cry, colic, and pupillary changes
A tense fontanelle, vomiting, and irritability.
Anorexia, and changes in pulse and respiration.
Headaches, lethargy, and a loss of appetite.
A heart rate of 50 beats/min
A temperature of 102o F (38.8o C).
Complaints of leg pain.
Rales and rhonchi by auscultation.
“Are your child's immunizations up to date?"
“Is your child allergic to anything?"
“What brings you here today?"
“What is the child's problem?"
“I think that you should consider participating on a swim team to improve your pulmonary function."
“Let's talk about preventing and managing your asthma on a daily basis at home."
“Why don't I speak with your parents about what they are doing at home to help control your asthma?"
“Your insurance company does not pay for any additional days of hospitalization that are not medically necessary."
the reaction is severe enough that they should bring the child to an emergency department
they should delay future immunizations until the child is seen by an allergist.
this is a mild reaction, and teaches them how to manage it.
this is an appropriate reaction, and instructs them to do nothing.
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