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Feverish Illness in Children

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Feverish Illness in Children

Publisher: RCOG Press
ISBN-13: 9781904752417
Number of pages: 514

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This guideline has been designed for the assessment and initial management of children aged up to 5 years who present to health services with a feverish illness. The guideline also includes suggested advice that can be given to parents and carers following an encounter with a healthcare professional.

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