- Introduction: Sinusitis14:06Pediatric Red Eye, Part 124:04Paper Chase 1: Tattoos, Piercings and Parent/Patient Confidence5:46Bad Newborn Rashes, Part I17:44Paper Chase 2: Video Gaming in School Children5:32Peds C-Spine Clearance23:53Paper Chase 3: Topical Timolol Maleate Treatment of Infantile Hemangiomas5:14UTI Without PyuriaFree Chapter15:56Pediatric Red Eye, Part 222:04Paper Chase 4: Acetaminophen vs Ibuprofen, Young Children and Asthma5:38Benign New Born Rashes, Part 222:52Lead Poisoning18:09Paper Chase 5: Clean-Catch Urine in Infants6:33The Summary20:18
Having a methodical reliable approach to clearing cervical c spines in young children after trauma is challenging. Most approaches are extrapolated from adult studies. However we know that anatomically children are different, and obtain different types of cervical spine injuries. Mizuho and Kenji review the current best evidence (albeit it scarce) that is out there to help guide us.