Toddler Makenzie had to stay in the hospital for up to five days for observation and testing. The urine toxicology screen is “problematic,” a child health expert says. Certain foods and medications can cause false positives, he says. Testing could harm the clinician-patient relationship, he adds. But is it so bad if some women are inaccurately flagged and babies kept for observation?
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