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65. Hydration for paediatric patients
should be given at a rate of approximately 500 mL/day for children younger than 2 years, 1000 mL/day for children aged 2-10 years, and 2000 mL/day for children older than 10 years.

In addition, ongoing fluid losses should be replaced with 10 mL/kg body weight of additional ORS for each loose stool and 2 mL/kg body weight of additional ORS for each episode of emesis (both for breastfed and nonbreastfed children).
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66. Dengue bloods
1. FBC
2. CRP
3. Malarial Parasite
4. Dengue IgG/M
5. Dengue NS1
6. +/- LFT (depends if LOW/N/V)
7. +/- UE/cr if clinically dehydrated
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67. Steroid Equivalence
69. Cellulitis
Interesting: some hospitals recommend probenecid (gout medicine) for cellulitis

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