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Sleep Tight, and Don’t Let the Ectoparasites Bite: Part 1

13:33 EDT 11 Apr 2019 | Relias Media

Providers in the pediatric emer­gency department frequently encounter ectoparasitic infestations. Lice and scabies require early recognition and knowledge of effective treatment strategies. This month, the author reviews scabies, chiggers, and lice. Next month, the bed bugs and ticks will come biting!

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