Tagged ‘Pediatrics’

Journal Review

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Tachycardia is a very common abnormal vital sign in the Pediatric Emergency Department (ED). Tachycardia can have numerous underlying causes including less concerning clinical states such as fever, pain, and anxiety but can also be a sign of impending cardiovascular decompensation which occurs in shock,
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Core

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This post delves into the diagnosis and management of SCFE.
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Journal Review

Filed Under: Tags: , , June 29th, 2017 Leave a Comment

Asthma is a disease entity that all emergency department (ED) providers are expected to be able to manage both quickly and effectively. This is especially true in the pediatric population,
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Journal Review

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Fever without source in infants less than three months old presents a difficult diagnostic dilemma for ED physicians.  Over the past 25 years several algorithms have been developed to help guide clinicians,
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Core

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This posts discusses the identification and management of the pediatric septic hip as well as differentiation from toxic synovitis.
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Case of the Month

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Abnormal movements x1 week
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