Time is Testicle! This Starter Pack is focused only on 50% of the population, but on a relatively common presenting complaint in the Pediatric Emergency Department.
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 episode of PEMCurrents will focus on diagnosis and treatment of stones and answer such questions as; Which pain medicine should I order first? and which is the better imaging test, ultrasound or CT?
This starter pack focuses on conditions seen below the belt in male patients.
Yes, I'm on Spring Break this week. So, no "new" content. But what if you haven't dove into the PEMBlog Archives? Check out a few of my educational series posts here.
This is part 4/4 of the series on kidney stones. The focus is on treatment, including which pain medicine is best, the use of Flomax and more.
This is part 3/4 of the series on kidney stones. The focus is on imaging where I discuss whether or not ultrasound or CT should be the first choice.
This is part 2/4 of the series on kidney stones. The focus is on labs - specifically the urinalysis which is helpful, but not diagnostic.
This is part 1/4 of the series on kidney stones. The focus is on presentation, which should help you ask the right historical questions to help narrow your differential diagnosis.
You'll see all sorts of things in the Emergency Department - sometimes the concern is related to the appearance of bodily fluids. You will, at one point or another, undoubtedly encounter parental concerns about the potential presence of blood in the diaper of a newborn. [...]