The cry wakes you in the middle of the night. It's not the normal middle of the night cry, the “eh-eh-eh-eh” that let's you know that she's hungry — again. It's a cry that you've never heard before. You rush into her room, scoop her up from the crib, and cuddle her, your cheek against her head. And then you pull back, startled. She's hot. She's really hot. She's sick! Do you call the doctor? Run to the emergency room? Give her medicine? Just put her back to sleep? You're the triage nurse and you have to figure it out — which isn't easy, particularly because she's still screaming. The most important thing is don't panic.