- Introduction: Neglect and Development16:14Paper Chase #1 - Screen Time and Language Development6:32Cyanotic congenital heart disease Pt01 ("The Cardiac Blues")Free Chapter26:06MOCA Time: Turner Syndrome13:27Paper Chase #2 - Antibiotics and community acquired pneumonia outcomes7:30Climate Change: Heat Wave29:28MOCA Time: Sleep disordered breathing20:17Paper Chase #3 - Rhinitis and Asthma8:32Cyanotic congenital heart disease Pt02 ("The Cardiac Blues")15:08Paper Chase #4 - Continuous albuterol with and without preservatives6:41AAP Says What!?!: Non-nutritive Sweeteners20:40Paper Chase #5 - HPV vaccination- doses received and outcomes8:41Mailbag10:08
You’re called to the nursery to evaluate a baby with low oxygen saturations who is looking blue. How do you know if it’s cardiac or pulmonary and what can you do to distinguish the two? What steps do you need to take to stabilize this baby? Luckily, Andi sits down with UCSF pediatric cardiologist Jeff Gossett to discuss cyanotic congenital heart disease and answer these questions and so many more.