Pediatrics

Last updated on: August 16th, 2021

Adam I: sore throat

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Having ran 5 km at the gym before breakfast, you start your morning shift at the ED with the feeling that it's going to be a great day.


As you are sipping on your protein shake proudly, you are handed the file of a patient who just arrived in the ED and is waiting for you to see him.


His name is Adam McGlynn and he is a 15-year-old high-schooler who says, “I woke up early this morning and was heading out for training, but I felt bad so I came here instead...”


“You work out this early in the day?” you ask with a smile. Adam responds: ”Of course. I’m the captain of my school’s rugby team.”


Feeling a bit intimidated, you go to take a focused history.

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