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A 28 year old gentleman had an URTI. Approximately 2 weeks later he presented to A and E with a distal weakness. On examination he is pyrexial and slightly tachycardic with a normal blood pressure but is tachypneoic. Neurological examination reveals 4/5 power in all limbs distally and weakness is his facial muscles. There is no sensation loss. Reflexes are absent. Given the most likely diagnosis, what treatment would be most useful?


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