A 12-year-old who presented to the Emergency Department (ED) approximately 5 hours ago. The patient has a 48 hr history of flu-like symptoms (low-grade temp (38.1OC), mild headache, generalized aches/pains). 2 hours before being brought to the ED, the patient voiced complaints of neck pain, increasing headache, photophobia, and had a temperature of 40.1OC. The patient’s Aunt reported that he may have had tremors in the left arm but lasted less than a minute and happened only once. The patient has been admitted with a diagnosis of bacterial meningitis to the Pediatric GIM Unit for further follow-up and treatment.