Simpson, Tina; Ivey, Jean
July 2004
Pediatric Nursing;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p326
Academic Journal
The article presents a case study on pediatric management problems in an 18-month-old child. The child discussed in the study is suffering from recurring abdominal pain. The pain lasts about 4-5 minutes. Initially the recurrence of the pain happens after couple of hours, but later on it decreased to 45 minutes to an hour. Other symptoms that accompany the pain include vomiting and bowel movement. The past medical history, social history and the data of physical examination of the patient have also been considered.


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