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

Treatment

Treatment of a crying infant in the ED falls into 2 categories: (1) infants with recognizable, treatable illnesses, and (2) infants who continue to cry without a clear, identifiable cause, but who need formal discharge instructions or “treatment” guidelines from emergency clinicians.

Treatment for identifiable causes will depend on the nature of the underlying complaint which will be further qualified by the need for inpatient or outpatient therapy based on both the clinical diagnosis and other factors that contribute to disposition planning.

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