<< The Role Of Biomarkers In Common Pediatric Emergency Department Complaints: An Evidence-Based Approach

Case Presentation & Conclusion

It is a busy Monday evening shift and you encounter an 8-year-old boy who was brought in by his mother. Mom says he has been complaining of “tummy pain” since last night before bed and is walking “hunched over.” The boy tells you that the pain started at the belly button and has now moved down into his right lower abdomen. When you question him about food, he states that he is hungry and denies any nausea.

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