- Introduction: Pediatric Burns11:29Stupid Mistakes: Rob and Mel4:34Morning Report: 9-month old with Purpua15:49Allergy Myth Busting, Part 124:25Stupid Mistakes: Admissions2:04Peds Status Epilepticus24:19Nice Dermatitides (Common Peds Skin Conditions) Part 1Free Chapter25:09Stupid Mistakes: Wrong Place, Wrong Title1:56Journal Club: Wound (Laceration) Repair - Part 214:40Allergy Myth Busting, Part 220:04Stupid Mistakes: Intern Days2:23The Summary12:50
It’s estimated that approximately 120,000 children are seen in the ED for burns each year. 15,000 children are hospitalized for burn injuries annually. Over 600 kids die each year from fire or burn related injuries each year, making Pediatric burns are the third leading cause of accidental death amongst children. Most burns occur at home and most are preventable. Thermal burns aka Scald injuries are the #1 Most common type of burns In children under the age of 5.