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<< A Systematic Approach To The Evaluation Of Acute Unexplained Crying In Infants In The Emergency Department

Introduction

Crying is the sole method of communication for infants. There is an extensive body of medical literature describing its physiology, progression, variations, and parental and caregiver responses. Crying can reflect that an infant's basic needs (such as hunger, thirst, and the need for affection) are unmet, or it can represent significant distress (anger, discomfort, and pain).

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