Should we be using a two step process (bag then cath) for assessing febrile infants at risk for UTI? Read on for more in this illuminating post from a senior resident at Cincinnati Children's.
Sometimes earrings get stuck in the ear lobe. These earrings need to be removed. That's where you come in. Read more about embedded earrings... right here!
This post details considerations when you encounter a foreign body in the external auditory canal.
Hair tourniquets are a procedure that most of us encounter in the ED and is an overlooked cause of fussiness in babies. Read on for more about the varying approaches to management.
Check out this review of upper extremity splinting from Cincinnati Children's resident Katie Wilson.
This post by Cincinnati Children's resident Matt Wolfgang explores whether or not we should consider using tissue adhesives in nailbed lacerations and nail avulsions.
Check out this special edition of PEM Currents featuring an interview with Ben Kerrey, a rising star in RSI related research in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
RSI in children can be challenging. Let's review some of the common pitfalls.
This post reviews the drugs used in rapid sequence intubation - including pre-medication, sedatives and paralytics.
To sedate or not to sedate? That is the question you may want to ask Child Life.