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Information collected from the chart included patient demographics, nurses' neurologic assessments for extremity strength, systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) measurements at hospital admission and for 96 hours following admission, antihypertensive drug use before and during hospitalization, and mortality.
Similar to all neurologic assessment, a critical factor in pediatric evaluation is the history.
Blood pressure, heart rate and respirations are monitored with the neurologic assessment as described above.
If a patient develops a CNS complication, TNF blockade should be interrupted and the investigation should include neurologic assessment to clarify the nature of the complication.