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Matthieu DeClerck, MD and Matthew DeLaney, MD
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Lisa W. -

For years I've had patients tell me that their body temperature runs "low" so 99 is a fever for them. It was all I could do to control my inner eye roll. With newly released research suggesting that the new average body temperature is 97.5, what do I do with this information? Were they right after all?!? Do you see this changing guidelines for what constitutes a fever for a newborn, septic patient...etc?

Mike W., MD -

I am not changing my practice. I still consider a fever 100.4 degrees or higher

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