PECARN Pie: DKA and Fluids Part 1From March 2021, Kerion Baggage
Sol and Nate Kuppermann, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at UC Davis, discuss fluid management and risk for cerebral edema in pediatric patients with DKA.19min 48Nathan Kuppermann, MD, MPH and Solomon Behar, MD
Diabetic KetoacidosisFrom November 2020, What's in a Name?
Lisa discusses the clinical features and management of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) with Dr. Matt Zitner, UCSF pediatric intensivist. The diagnosis of DKA is based on the presence of hyperglycemia, ketosis, and acidosis. Children with DKA commonly present with dehydration, tachycardia, polydipsia …23min 39Lisa Patel, MD and Matt Zinter MD
Polydipsia and Polyuria | Part 2From February 2020, Lumbar Punk'd
Parul and Sol chat with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles pediatric endocrinologist Alaina Vidmar to discuss how to work up and manage the child with polyuria and polydipsia with a focus on diabetes insipidus.19min 6Alaina Vidmar, MD, Parul Bhatia, MD, and Solomon Behar, MD
Polydipsia and Polyuria | Part 1From February 2020, Lumbar Punk'd
Parul and Sol chat with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles pediatric endocrinologist Alaina Vidmar to discuss how to work up and manage the child with polyuria and polydipsia with a focus on diabetes insipidus.17min 44Alaina Vidmar, MD, Parul Bhatia, MD, and Solomon Behar, MD
Neonatal HypoglycemiaFrom July 2019, You Say Tera-tomah-ta, I Say Tera-Tomay-to
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia neonatologist Joanna Parga-Belinkie discuss the diagnosis, causes and management of neonatal hypoglycemia.26min 3Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Disorders of Sex DifferentiationFrom February 2019, Spare the Rod, Spare the Child
Jason Woods reviews disorders of sexual differentiation with pediatric endocrinologist Natalie Nokoff •21min 46Jason Woods, MD
Insulin Pump BasicsFrom November 2018, Hamburger and a Side of BPA
Insulin pumps are an amazing technological advancement that makes control of blood sugar so much more accurate and titratable. However when the gadget goes awry it is important to know what to do. Matt sits down with Ryan Pedigo MD to discuss troubleshooting the insulin pump when its not working …16min 11Ryan Pedigo, MD and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Vitamin D DeficiencyFrom February 2018, Copious Amounts Of Discharge Instructions
Sol interviews Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia pediatric endocrinologist Andrew Calabria to discuss risk factors for development of and management of vitamin D deficiency.27min 1Solomon Behar, MD and Andrew Calabria, MD
Morning Report - DKAFrom August 2015, Eat When You Can, Sleep When You Can And Don't Mess With The Pancreas
To review diagnostic criteria for pediatric Discuss atypical presentation of DKA in a child with a diaper rash. •17min 12Michael Cosimini, MD, Liza Green Golan Mackintosh, MD, and Griselda Alvarez, MD
The Transgender Child, Part 2From June 2015, Goodness Gracious, Great Bowels of Fire!
To discuss the sensitive topic of transgenderism and how to best approach a child or family curious or concerned about transgenderism. What workup is recommended and when to refer to a specialist. •9min 20Lee Ann Conard, DO and Nick DeBlasio, MD
The Transgender Child, Part 1From June 2015, Goodness Gracious, Great Bowels of Fire!
Transgenderism and sex identity can begin very young. Regardless of our personal attitudes on the issue, parents and patients will likely come to us with concerns about gender identity. Its important to know what to say, what resources to give families and how to counsel them through this …19min 58Lee Ann Conard, DO and Nick DeBlasio, MD
Precocious PubertyFrom April 2015, Neonates to Precocious Puberty & Everything in Between
You have an overweight child in your office for her well child checkup that seems more developed than she should be...is it precocious puberty? Or obesity? When should you be worried? When should you start a workup? What should you order and when do you refer to endocrinology? We discuss these …32min 32Nick DeBlasio, MD and Nancy Crimmins, MD