When to seek emergency medical help

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  • when to seek emergency medical help
    • breathing difficulties
    • convulsions/ seizures/ fitting
    • child seems to be in significant pain
    • child is unresponsive
    • severe headache
    • rash that does not fade when pressed with glass
    • vomiting that persists for over 24 hours
    • unusual, high pitched crying
    • high fever/ temperature that cannot be lowered
    • will not drink fluids

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