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1 points Question 4 1.Hope is a 7-month-old who presents in January with a 1-day history of cough, yellow nasal discharge, and low-grade temp (T max 100°F). She was previously healthy. She does have 2+ edema of the nasal turbinates and cloudy rhinorrhea. She is afebrile in the office. Her chest, mouth, and ears are clear. You prescribe:2.a. Guaifenesin liquid suspensionb. Amoxicillin 80 mg/kg/day in two divided doses for 10 dayc. Neo-Synephrine half-strength drops three times a day for 5 to 6 daysd.Saline drops, bulb suction, humidified air, and increased PO fluids1 points Question 5 1.You are on call and receive a phone call from the parents of a 13-year-old known asthmatic. She has been having chest tightness and a worsening cough for 48 hours. She has significant nasal discharge that began 14 days ago and intermittent complaint of headache. She is now running a low-grade fever. Her peak flow the last 48 hours is 70–80% of personal best. Her temperature right now is 101.7°F. She is on salmeterol with corticosteroid (Advair) and PRN albuterol. Which of the following is most appropriate?