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When to call the hospital for your child
This resource details when you should call the hospital - when your child's temperature is above 38 degrees, has chills or shaking, excessive vomiting or diarrhoea, refusing to drink and other symptoms.
- Paediatric Integrated Cancer Service
- Children's health
- Target audience:
- Last reviewed:
- April 2022
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