New Groundbreaking AAP Guidelines for Managing Fever in Young Infants 8-60 DaysFrom July 2021, New Groundbreaking AAP Guidelines for Managing Fever in Young Infants 8-60 Days
We have been trying to figure out which febrile young infants have serious bacterial infections for almost four decades now. We now have a new evidence-based approach that allows us to do less invasive testing with a more precise way to find those sick needles in the haystack. • Drs. Mizuho …30min 31Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
H Pylori and PUDFrom June 2021, LAMA LAMA Wheezing Drama
Sol, Andi, and Associate Professor of Pediatric GI at UCSF, Sophia Verstraete, discuss diagnosis, management and complications of H. pylori infection and peptic ulcer disease in children.21min 58Sofia Verstraete, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Andrea Marmor, MD
Post COVID Return to Play in Pediatric PatientsFrom May 2021, Post COVID Return to Play in Pediatric Patients
Reports of long term health issues after COVID infection have raised concerns about when it is safe to return to participate in sports after COVID infection. Cardiology, sports medicine, and pediatric societies have provided guidance to guide health care professionals in advising their patients in …17min 43Tracy Zaslow, MD and Janet Semple-Hess, MD
MOCA: International Adoptions: Infections and VaccinesFrom May 2021, Yo, Atrium!
Jason and Jessica Cataldi, Professor of Pediatrics at University of Colorado School of Medicine, discuss screening for infectious diseases and immunization of the internationally adopted child.28min 6Jason Woods, MD and Jessica Cataldi, MD
COVID Vaccine Safety in PregnancyFrom April 2021, COVID Vaccine Safety in Pregnancy
In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Rob Orman digs into the data just published regarding mRNA vaccine safety in pregnant patients, and what it means for our patients. He also reviews data just published looking at the effect of COVID on maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality among pregnant …10min 51Rob Orman, MD
Long Covid / Post Acute Sequelae of SARS Co-V 2 (PASC)From April 2021, Long Covid / Post Acute Sequelae of SARS Co-V 2 (PASC)
Covid isn’t going anywhere. And neither is Long Covid, or as it’s now called, Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2, or PASC. We sit down with pulmonologist, critical care physician, and emerging PASC expert Dr. Andi Levine from the University of Maryland School of Medicine to learn all about this …27min 25Andrea Levine, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
The Story Behind COVID Vaccines and Brain Blood ClotsFrom April 2021, The Story Behind COVID Vaccines and Brain Blood Clots
The news this week has been replete with stories about increased clot risk in those who have received the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. In this episode, we break down: what we know so far about vaccine induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT), the research that has revealed …27min 37Rob Orman, MD
STI Guideline ChangesFrom April 2021, How To Lose an STI in 7 Days
Sol and Jason review the CDC’s most recent gonorrhea treatment guideline updates.16min 24Solomon Behar, MD and Jason Woods, MD
COVID-19 and School Reopening UpdateFrom March 2021, COVID-19 and School Reopening Update
In this Hippo Education bonus, Lisa Patel, MD, sits down with Jeanne Noble, MD, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of COVID Response at UCSF Parnassus, to discuss the clinical data and updated CDC guidelines regarding school reopening during COVID, from in-school transmission …21min 31Jeanne Noble, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
Tinea CapitisFrom March 2021, Kerion Baggage
Sol and Lisa review tinea capitis; from diagnosis and management to possible complications.16min 56Solomon Behar, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
COVID-19 and Intimate Partner ViolenceFrom February 2021, COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence
In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Lisa Patel and Dr. Maya Ragavan discuss intimate partner violence (IPV) in the context of COVID-19. While data has focused on prevalence, they dive into how the pandemic has changed survivors’ experiences, access to resources, approach to safety planning, privacy …18min 18Maya Ragavan, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
MOCA: Inpatient FUOFrom January 2021, Kush Little Baby
Fever of unknown origin is a potentially daunting topic with innumerable potential workups and diagnoses. Sol, Andi, and Mansi discuss the necessary tools for our clinical tool belt to better understand and approach this topic.27min 37Solomon Behar, MD, Andrea Marmor, MD, and Mansi Desai MD
What’s That Lab? COVID-19 Labs Special Edition!From December 2020, What’s That Lab? COVID-19 Labs Special Edition!
In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Paul Simmons and Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen sit down to discuss what lab studies are recommended on admission of a COVID patient to the hospital, which labs are followed daily, and how they’re best used.20min 35Paul Simmons, MD and Jay-Sheree Allen, MD
FAQs with an ID expert on COVID mRNA VaccinesFrom December 2020, FAQs with an ID expert on COVID mRNA Vaccines
In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Matthieu DeClerck and Dr. Manie Beheshti, an infectious disease specialist, answer common questions that clinicians have regarding the new mRNA vaccine, including how mRNA vaccines work, concerns about what we know and don’t know, and how to best approach patients.21min 35Manie Beheshti, MD and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Being a Clinician and Parent in the Time of Covid-19From December 2020, Being a Clinician and Parent in the Time of Covid-19
Raising kids while working as front-line clinicians in the Covid-19 pandemic has introduced unprecedented challenges to our lives. Dr. Jason Liebzeit and Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha sit down for some real talk on being caregivers as well as clinicians in the time of Covid-19, including …29min 8Neda Frayha, MD and Jason Liebzeit MD, FACEP
PECARN Pie: Infant Fever Part 2From December 2020, Sleep Tight, Blood Meal!
The young febrile infant is at risk for serious infections. Older risk stratification strategies have involved extensive, invasive work-ups. New research from the PECARN group has allowed for a simpler evaluation of the full term, well-appearing febrile young infant using only blood and urine …19min 59Nathan Kuppermann, MD, MPH and Solomon Behar, MD
PECARN Pie: Infant Fever Part 1From December 2020, Sleep Tight, Blood Meal!
The young febrile infant is at risk for serious infections. Older risk stratification strategies have involved extensive, invasive work-ups. New research from the PECARN group has allowed for a simpler evaluation of the full term, well-appearing febrile young infant using only blood and urine …29min 59Nathan Kuppermann, MD, MPH and Solomon Behar, MD
MOCA - Vaccine ContraindicationsFrom December 2020, Sleep Tight, Blood Meal!
Two Peds in a Pod podcast hosts and CHOP pediatricians Naline Lai and Julie Kardos discuss circumstances when vaccines may be contraindicated.28min 8Julie Kardos, MD and Naline Lai, MD
Peds Sepsis - UpdateFrom November 2020, What's in a Name?
Sol and Jason review the latest surviving sepsis guidelines for pediatrics, including the known controversies in pediatric sepsis to improve awareness of deficiencies in the evidence.21min 53Solomon Behar, MD and Jason Woods, MD
MOCA: Pre-Travel ID Counseling Part 2From November 2020, What's in a Name?
Millions of children travel internationally from the US every year. Jason and Dr. Jessica Cataldi, Children’s Hospital Colorado pediatric infectious disease physician, discuss how to prevent infectious disease prior to international travel, including food and water safety, insect bite prevention …21min 44Jason Woods, MD and Jessica Cataldi, MD