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A 3 month old girl presents with fever, irritability, vomiting, no cough/coryza, she is tachycardic at 180, capillary refill is 5 seconds, she is mottled and floppy.
List your management priorities:
Which of the following would be absolute contraindications for LP in this case?
The LP is performed, which one of the following is a normal LP for a girl her age?
The girl is intubated, ventilated and transferred to PICU where she requires inotropic support. LP results show likely meningococcal meningitis. Who of the following require prophylaxis with antibiotics?