Impetigo is super common, and presents in many forms - regular, bulls, and ecthyma. Learn how to diagnose and treat in this PEMBlog Brief.
Does mastoiditis always present with the classic triad of swelling behind the ear, otalgia, and protrusion of the auricle? Do you need to get a CT to make the diagnosis? What is the exact relationship with acute otitis media? Can swimmer's ear turn into mastoiditis? These questions and more are why I recorded his episode of PEM Currents: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast.
This episode of PEM Currents: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast focuses on dealing with delirium and is part of a collaboration with the POPCoRN Network.