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Prehospital Care

Children may be transported by prehospital personnel to an ED after evaluation by primary care physicians or from other EDs and when additional resources are needed to diagnose the cause of the symptoms. The initial workup can be started prior to the patient’s arrival at the hospital, and referring clinicians can note specific portions of the workup that were started in their clinic or hospital.

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