This edition of Pediatric Emergency Digest, from the fellows in Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children's focuses on cognitive bias, UTI testing and whether or not pelvic exams are helpful.
So many great pearls in this edition of Pediatric Emergency Digest! Learn about differences in the management of shock in adults, the PROPPR trial, TXA, changing definitions of sepsis and review management of elevated ICP in critically ill children.
This edition of The Reading Room is all about airway films. Drs. Kopp (Emergency Medicine) and Hasweh (Radiology) shared these cases at a recent conference in the Division of Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children's. Case 1 The first case is a 2 year old healthy immunized [...]
This edition of Pediatric Emergency Department is a brief synopsis of the TEN-4, FACES and PIBIS scores for the detection of physical child abuse.
Pediatric fracture interpretation revolves around the Salter-Harris Classification System. Ultimately, the five subtypes have important implications for management and healing. Learn all about them in this edition of The Reading Room, a new Radiology focused series on PEMBlog.
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.
This is the second edition of Pediatric Emergency Digest - presented by the Fellows in Emergency Medicine from Cincinnati Children's.
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.