Get your little one get back on track faster by learning how to recognize the symptoms of a bacterial infection, when to call a healthcare provider, and which treatment options are right for your child. According to Wendy L. Wright, a family nurse practitioner based in New Hampshire, these tips will help:
If you think your child may have a bacterial infection, visit to your healthcare provider. The sooner illness is detected, correctly diagnosed, and appropriately treated, the better chance of a good outcome.
Source: Wendy L. Wright, RN, ARNP, FNP, FAANP
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