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Viral illness treatments - Including COVID, Influenza, and the common cold

Having an ill child can be such a helpless feeling.  We are here to provide some helpful tips as you navigate this cold and flu season, complicated by COVID.  

Though this handout was specifically written for those testing positive for COVID-19, the treatment ideas are useful for any viral respiratory illness.  

Resources for those 2 months to 5 years can be found here: https://sa1s3.patientpop.com/assets/docs/333873.pdf

Resources for those 6 years and older can be found here: https://sa1s3.patientpop.com/assets/docs/336027.pdf

We are here if you need us!

 

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PAA Advance Practice Providers Our PAA APP's include: Annie Croft, Pam Dietrich, Amber Mercer, Erin Moore, Nikki Nutter, and Emily Woodard

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