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Skip to 0 minutes and 1 second Let’s redo her obs then, alright. Scarlett just pop this back on your face. There we are, well done.

Skip to 0 minutes and 9 seconds Everything is going to be fine mum, alright. We’re just going to recheck everything like we did inside the house, and then we’re going to be leaving. I’ll make a quick phone call to the emergency department so that they know that we’re coming and there will be a team of people waiting for us. Thank you. Her temperature’s gone up to 39. Hi it’s Jordan here, we’ve got a medical alert for you. We have a five year old female who has presented with a febrile convulsion which lasted about 2 minutes. She has a urticaria rash all over her body, following she ate some pesto for lunch and she does have a known nut allergy. No obvious symptoms or signs of anaphylaxis.

Skip to 0 minutes and 45 seconds Querying a viral infection as well as she has been unwell today with a fever. She has a temperature of 39, a BM 4.9, her sats are 100 with equal air entry, resp rate 28 and a heart rate of 120. We have considered giving her benpen but are only 5 minutes away from you. Lovely.

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