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Taking a Pediatric Exposure History
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Course: WB 1905
CE Original Date: June 3, 2011
CE Renewal Date: June 3, 2013
CE Expiration Date: June 3, 2015
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Cover Page
Clinical Assessment - Clinical Evaluation of a Child with a History of Known or Suspected Exposures
How to Use This Course
How Do You Manage a Child with Known Environmental Exposures?
Initial Check
For More Information
What Is the Role of Pediatricians in Addressing Illnesses Resulting from Environmental Factors?
Assessment and Post-test
What Is the Purpose of a Pediatric Exposure History?
Literature Cited
What Actions Should Be Taken to Prevent Hazardous Exposures to Children?
Tables
What Exposure Questions Should Be Included in a Well Child Visit?
Glossary
What Types of Questions Should Be Asked if an Exposure-related Illness Is Suspected?
 
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