Neonatal Fever

The optimal diagnostic workup, empiric treatment, and appropriate disposition of the neonate (infants <90 days old) continues to be challenging for even the most experienced providers. The EvidenceCare Neonatal Fever pathway consolidates the most recent research in this area, and present a protocolized approach. We cover initial assessment and risk stratification of patients in Low Risk and High Risk groups (based on Boston, Rochester, and Philadelphia criteria), decisions about appropriate diagnostic workup, and optimal treatment for your patient.

Nathan W. Mick, MD
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