Protracted Bacterial Bronchitis in children is definitely a real thing. But should we be making this diagnosis on normal children in the Emergency Department?
OK, so this is the least exciting topic in Pediatric Emergency Medicine... With that being said, you will all see it. And we need to be good at looking at ears, diagnosing acute otitis media, and appropriately choosing when and which antibiotic to prescribe.
No new posts this week - getting some much needed R&R with the family. More great content coming soon!
Name That Rash! Warning, this one is gross. Also, genitals.
Rash Week, petechiae and purpura! What could it be?
Another rash to name - take your best guess. It's Rash Week!
Rash Week brings you another classic PEMBlog Briefs - This time Roseola!
Name That Rash - if you dare.
Rash Week! Red breast tissue in a newborn. What could it be?
Don't Forget the Bubbles is a wonderful FOAM site from Australia. I've compiled some of his Derm focused content for your edutainment during Rash Week.