Patient Education, Pediatrics
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[textarea columns=80 rows=25 default="Newborn Dismissal Warnings
If the patient develops a rectal temperature of 100.4 Fahrenheit or greater in the first two months of life, the patient needs to be seen immediately by a physician. Be sure to keep the car seat facing backwards until the infant is 20 lbs or 12 months old, whichever comes later. Please remember that all babies need to sleep on their backs at all times. If yellow discoloration, or jaundice, is noted to be spreading to below the chin, please contact your provider."]

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