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Children with pneumonia: how do they present and how are they managed?
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    Children with pneumonia: short stay assessment facilities lower admission rate

    Dear Editor,

    I read with great interest the article by Clark et al1 which described the spectrum of clinical features and management of community acquired paediatric pneumonia in the UK. The patients were children (0-15 years) with radiologically-proven pneumonia who presented to hospitals in the North East of England between August 2001 and July 2002. Children were excluded if there was a clinical diagnosis of br...

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