A pediatric emergency medicine expert witness advises on a case involving a 17-year-old patient from Wisconsin who suffered a severe reaction to Motrin and Tylenol. The child presented to the local ER with a rash and itchy eyes. The patient was assessed and released and was not told to discontinue the Motrin/Tylenol that he had taken earlier that day. The patient took the Motrin & Tylenol later that evening and reported to the ER again the next day. The patient’s symptoms continued to worsen. While in the ER, the patient was given ibuprophen and the symptoms got worse. Her skin begin to slough off. It wasn’t until 4 days into the admission that he was diagnosed with possible SJS and the Tylenol was discontinued. As a result he has suffered severe burns to 100% of his body.