Fevers in Infants: Crucial Screening Guidelines From UCSF Experts


Collect pearls of wisdom from this animated discussion on the care and evaluation of febrile infants, who may appear well even with a dangerous issue brewing. Our experienced pediatric emergency specialists provide advice for febrile babies based on age, presentation, and examine the grey areas of clinical practice. This webinar also shares BCH clinical pathways that can help providers determine when sepsis is a concern, which tests to order, and when antibiotics are appropriate. Bonus: pro-tips on performing lumbar puncture and placing urinary catheters in infants.

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Inder Narula, RN, MSN, FNP.

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Sonny Tat, MD MPH.

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Dina Wallin, MD.

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