Pediatric Blunt Chest TraumaFrom July 2019, You Say Tera-tomah-ta, I Say Tera-Tomay-to
Miz and ilene review common injuries seen in pediatric blunt chest trauma which include pneumothorax/ hemothorax, contusion, rib fractures, and aortic injuries. They review workup, diagnosis and management of serious diagnosis.18min 56Ilene Claudius, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Ankle and Foot PainFrom April 2019, You've Got Me Feeling the Motion
Andi and Miz sit down with PEM doc Ilene Claudius to sort out high yield and “can’t miss” pediatric foot and ankle injuries24min 41Ilene Claudius, MD, Andrea Marmor, MD, and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Pediatric Ortho | 10 Can’t Miss FracturesFrom March 2019, Take Off that Red Skin!
Mike and Matt interview Dr.Ilene Claudius, pediatric and adult emergency physician to review common pediatric fractures. Deciphering between non-accidental trauma and other common pediatric fractures is key!23min 45Ilene Claudius, MD, Matthew DeLaney, MD, and Mike Weinstock, MD
Quality Assurance Corner | Lacs Gone Wild!From February 2018, Copious Amounts Of Discharge Instructions
H.A.T. is safe, fast and effective technique that works well for closing most scalp lacerations. Patients prefer it and it saves revisits for suture/staple removal which, as we saw here, can be especially problematic in small children.15min 31Mizuho Morrison, DO and Josh Russell, MD
ConcussionFrom July 2017, That Serum is, Like, So Sick!
Concussion management continues to be controversial and ever-evolving. Sue and Sol discuss current concepts in definition and management of concussions in children.24min 18Sue Kirelik, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Lower GI Bleed, Part 2From January 2017, The Young and the Ouchless
Ann and Steven Erdman discuss the diagnosis and differential for lower GI bleeds in pediatrics.16min 56Steven Erdman, MD and Ann Dietrich, MD
Lower GI Bleed, Part 1From January 2017, The Young and the Ouchless
Ann and Steven Erdman discuss the diagnosis and differential for lower GI bleeds in pediatrics.20min 38Steven Erdman, MD and Ann Dietrich, MD
Peds C-Spine ClearanceFrom December 2016, Rudolph the Snot-Nosed Reindeer!
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 …23min 53Mizuho Morrison, DO and Kenji Inaba, MD
Introduction: Pediatric BurnsFrom February 2016, Nice Dermatitides
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 …11min 29Solomon Behar, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Drowning - Injury PreventionFrom June 2015, Goodness Gracious, Great Bowels of Fire!
A dying kid is everyone's worst nightmare!!! And death due to drowning is nothing short of tragic. What does current evidence recommend for drowning resuscitation? What’s the difference between dry and wet drowning? Should your management change for these? How do you educate your families on injury …20min 15Sam Borghei MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Andrew Schmidt, DO
Concussion & Return to PlayFrom May 2015, ABC's: Abscesses, Bouncebacks & Concussions Oh MY!
To review the most recent guidelines on concussion management and stepwise methodical approach to return to play.23min 10Matthew Baird, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
The Painful ElbowFrom February 2015, These Crazy Kids Are All Elbows and Rashes
To review common presentations of the painful elbow in pediatric population.26min 11Yu-Tsun (Yo) Cheng MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Mizuho Morrison, DO