This Starter Pack is designed to give you a quick primer on all things community acquired pneumonia.
This starter pack centers on procedural sedation - mostly with ketamine, which by and large is (one of) the most commonly used agent in children for procedures in the ED.
Nearly all of you will see a child with croup. Therefore I present this Starter Pack with information on those who bark.
Kidney stones are being diagnosed in younger children like never before. This Starter Pack highlights my kidney stone series that previously appeared on PEMBlog.
This Starter Pack shakes things up and focuses on seizures - Febrile or otherwise.
Gastroenteritis is seen almost every shift I work in the ED. Check out this Starter Pack to help you get, well, started.
This collection of posts is all about asthma - which I suspect you'll see in the ED at least a few times during your career.
The starter packs are a collection of previous posts on PEMBlog that I've collated to give you a leg up in the ED this summer. Enjoy this one focusing on migraine headaches. More to come soon!
Welcome to new physicians and physicians in new roles. July is a time of change. Remember what it is like to be the new kid n the block and show some kindness, and be patient. Most of all, love what you do.
AC joint sprains and separations are seen commonly in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Learn how to assess and manage them in this edition of Fracture Fridays.