This edition of Pediatric Emergency Digest is chock full of learning on vomiting in children, pulmonary embolus (in grown ups), renal tubular acidosis and the use of high flow nasal cannula in bronchiolitis.
What suture should you use? Absorbable or nonabsorbable? Does it matter? Read on for more in this informative post.
The recent report of a multi-state outbreak of E. coli 0157:H7 secondary to romaine lettuce may to to parental fears - specifically hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS). Fortunately the risk of transmission is low. But, just in case you have someone who is worried and seeking reassurance - or actually needs a work up I wanted to provide some information.
This is the second edition of Pediatric Emergency Digest - presented by the Fellows in Emergency Medicine from Cincinnati Children's.
This is the official video version of the 2018 PEMPix presentation. Enjoy!
I am delighted to bring you this special episode of PEM Currents, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast. It's an interview with Theresa Frey and all about intranasal ketamine and its use for acute pain management in the Pediatric Emergency Department.
The third 2018 PEMPix online case is filled with great images in a very sick patient. It comes to us from Robert Stewart of LeBonheur Children's Hospital.
The second 2018 PEMPix Online Case comes form Laura Sartori, from Vanderbilt. It is a fascinating case with a plethora of wonderful images.
I am proud to bring you the first 2018 Online PEMPix Case submitted by Jason King, from Wayne State University. It is a child with wheezing and a curious chest X-Ray finding.
On behalf of the Fellows form the Division of Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s I am delighted to bring you a new series that will highlight what we are learning during our ongoing didactic conferences.