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Dr. Katrina Iverson, MD

Pediatric Emergency Medicine •  Female • Age 40

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Dr. Iverson

Children's Hospital Of Michigan

3901 Beaubien St Detroit, MI 48201

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Dr. Katrina Iverson, MD is a pediatric emergency medicine specialist in Detroit, MI and has been practicing for 8 years. She graduated from Oregon Health and Science University School Of Medicine in 2005 and specializes in pediatric emergency medicine.


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We brought our 20-month-old into the emergency room with a fever that read over 105F on a temporal thermometer and over 102.5F (and still climbing) on an armpit thermometer. Baby was lethargic and had been feverish for some time. We took him to the emergency room and were seen by Dr. Iverson. She spent under 3 minutes with us. She had an intern or nurse take our son's temperature with a temporal thermometer (came back near 102F), even though we informed them that we had just walked 2.5 blocks from our house to the ER in cool weather, which would artificially lower skin temp. I have since spoken to several care providers who report that temporal thermometers used in hospitals are known to produce inaccurately low temps. We were given Motrin that I had to administer, which our son promptly threw up, and sent home. When a baby comes into an ER with a temp that is over 105 by home temporal thermometer, it is irresponsible not to get an accurate temp given risk of seizure.
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We brought our 20-month-old into the emergency room with a fever that read over 105F on a temporal thermometer and over 102.5F (and still climbing) on an armpit thermometer. Baby was lethargic and had been feverish for some time. We took him to the emergency room and were seen by Dr. Iverson. She spent under 3 minutes with us. She had an intern or nurse take our son's temperature with a temporal thermometer (came back near 102F), even though we informed them that we had just walked 2.5 blocks from our house to the ER in cool weather, which would artificially lower skin temp. I have since spoken to several care providers who report that temporal thermometers used in hospitals are known to produce inaccurately low temps. We were given Motrin that I had to administer, which our son promptly threw up, and sent home. When a baby comes into an ER with a temp that is over 105 by home temporal thermometer, it is irresponsible not to get an accurate temp given risk of seizure.
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Dr. Katrina Iverson, MD is a pediatric emergency medicine specialist in Detroit, MI and has been practicing for 8 years. She graduated from Oregon Health and Science University School Of Medicine in 2005 and specializes in pediatric emergency medicine.

Specialties

  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Board Certifications

  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Pediatrics

Education

2011
Detroit Medical Center
Fellowship Hospital
2008
University Of New Mexico Hospital
Residency Hospital
2005
Oregon Health and Science University School Of Medicine
Medical School
2011
2008
2005

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