When Anna was almost one, 3 days after my Mom's first Chemo treatment, and on Good Friday, Anna spiked a high fever. I called the Dr. on call (who was not Koko) and they told me to take her to the E.R.
I was frustrated by that, and even more when they told us in the E.R. to give her a lukewarm bath and give her some more medicine.
But they did give us this magical paper that tells the ACTUAL safe doses of medicine for children. Not like the bottles which just tell you to consult a doctor, which is the most annoying thing ever. I think this paper has been worth the $200 we had to pay for it.
But it has clearly seen better days. Does anyone have any idea how to get another one? Friendly neighborhood ER doc, can you hook me up?