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    Thank you, everyone, for the input, I really appreciate it. Attached is what I came up with, it's a mix of evidence-based, recommendations, and some personal practice. Anyone is welcome to use any part of it. This is not endorsed by my organization ...

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    Thank you so much!  I shared with our division at Brown who were all very appreciative-- Best,  Sarah Rose ------------------------------ Sarah Rose Lamport ------------------------------

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    From what I have read early on in February and from my own experience with the illness guainefenesin was key to keeping the secretions down.  Couple it with dayquil/nyquil or equivalent RTC and it was controlled. May need to look at pediatric meds for ...


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