- Introduction: Foreign Body Aspirations10:46Paper Chase 1: Vegetables in Elementary School Cafeterias6:27Contributor Profile: Roy Benaroch, MD3:27UrticariaFree Chapter26:51Paper Chase 2: Evaluation of the Newborn Infant7:39Angioedema15:34Pediatric EKG23:32Paper Chase 3: School Readiness8:27Morning Report: Teenage With Fatigue and Jaundice15:38Paper Chase 4: Burping for the Prevention of Colic in a Healthy Baby5:50Newborn Hearing Screening18:02Bounceback: 5 Year Old with Vomiting23:28Paper Chase 5: Newborn Bilirubin Screening for Biliary Atresia5:23The Summary18:46
Bounceback: 5 Year Old with Vomiting
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A patient unable to tolerate orals, particularly just before discharge is always a concerning factor. Add to this a previous unclear surgical history and a clinical presentation not consistent with gastroenteritis, and it spells disaster. Mike and team present this bounceback case of a 5 year old with vomiting. A story to certainly change the way you evaluate your next pediatric patient with vomiting.