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A 12-year-old boy was administered erythromycin for an upper respiratory tract infection. Three days later, he presents with abdominal cramps, loose bowel movements and low-grade fever. Examination reveals a BP of 80/45, P 121 and RR 18. The abdomen is diffusely tender but there is no rebound or guarding. What is the next step in his management?

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