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You are on your lunch break and hear a receptionist shouting for help. You quickly attend her call and see that there is a young child who is having a seizure in the waiting room. Her mum tells you in tears that her daughter Mia is 5 years old, and is due to see the doctor today as she has had an earache and fevers since yesterday. The seizure appears tonic clonic in nature and she tells you that Mia has had a febrile convulsion in the past.

The receptionist informs you that an emergency ambulance has been called and they have cleared the area of any hazards. It has now been 5 minutes and you are informed that they cannot find the rectal Diazepam in the emergency trolley.

What is the next most appropriate course of action?

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