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Mr. Smith brings his 4-year-old son to your primary care office. He states the boy has been ill for three

Mr. Smith brings his 4-year-old son to your primary care office. He states the boy has been ill for three days. Mr. Smith indicates that he would like antibiotics so he can send his son back to pre-school the next day. History – Child began with sneezing, mild cough, and low grade fever of 100 degrees three days ago. All immunizations UTD. Father reports that the child has had only two incidents of URI and no other illnesses. Social – non-smoking household. Child attends preschool four mornings a week and is insured through his father?s employment. No other siblings in the household. PE/ROS -T 99, R 20, P 100. Alert, cooperative, in good spirits, well-hydrated. Mildly erythemic throat, no exudate, tonsils +2. Both ears mild pink tympanic membrane with good movement. Lungs clear bilaterally. All other systems WNL. Do not consider COVID-19 for this patient diagnosis.Unit6Assignment.html

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