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Write-up: Intussusception resulting in surgical procedure and partial bowel resection. MR from pediatrician received which included hospital H&P from Oct. 16,2006 as well as a surgical pathology report dated Oct. 20, 2006. Well baby exams at 6 days, 3 weeks, 2 and 4 months significant only for thrush and yeast rash in the diaper area. Breast fed. Vax given 10/11/06 include DTaP, Comvax, IPV, Prevnar, and Rotateq. Bloody stools, fever, and vomiting began 10/15/2006 and infant was seen in the ER. F/U with pediatrician 10/16/06 resulted in a direct admission to the hospital for rehydration, with an admission assessment of "Fever with bloody diarrhea and at least 5% dehydration." Hospital MR received. Infant had been hospitalized at a local hospital (Columbus) prior to admission to Children''s on 10/20/06 for surgery due to new onset of bilious emesis. (Exploratory Laparotomy and a Ladd Procedure). Post-operatively, child became febrile on post-op day #3. Abd. X-ray negative. Antibiotics and TPN continued. Post op day #7, CT of the abd/pevis done due to child being febrile since post-op day#3 and 90cc output from NG tube of greenish fluid. No evidence for leak or obstruction found. Improvement began 10/29/06 and the infant was discharged on 10/31/2006. No discharge diagnosis written on discharge summary. Lot number obtained for Rotateq ME0319F exp. 1/11/2007 Per Hector I. (FDA) "please add lot number to VAERS report if not yet done". Lot # added.
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