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Anxiety and Depression in Children and Youth - Diagnosis and Treatment (2010) Full Guideline (PDF 446K)
Appendix A: Diagnosis of Anxiety Disorders in Children and Youth (PDF 49K)
Appendix B: Treatment of Anxiety Disorders and Depression in Children and Youth (PDF 73K)
Appendix C: Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) Monitoring Form (PDF 52K)
Appendix D: Measurement of Functional Change in depressed and/or Anxious Patients (PDF 35K)
Resource Guide: Information Sources for Physicians (PDF 73K)
Resource Guide: Information Sources for Families (PDF 94K)
Anxiety in Children and Youth: A Guide for Parents (PDF 101K)
Depression in Children and Youth: A Guide for Parents (PDF 61K)
Febrile Seizures (2010) Full Guideline (PDF 823K)
Patient Guide (PDF 222K)
Appendix A: Emergency Management of Febrile Seizure in Children (PDF 364K)
Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT) in Children (2010) Full Guideline (PDF 750K)
Appendix A: Flow Chart of Emergency Management of Dehydration (PDF 600K)
Pediatric Dehydration: Sample Physician Orders CTAS Level 2 or 3 (PDF 90K)
Parent Education and Resources (PDF 230K)
Otitis Media - Acute Otitis Media & Otitis Media with Effusion (2010) Full Guideline (PDF 345K)
Appendix A - Medication Table for Acute Otitis Media (AOM) (PDF 88K)
Otitis Media in Children - A Guide for Parents (PDF 170K)

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