Orthopedic Injuries in Non-Accidental Trauma (NAT)From March 2018, Carpe Diarrhea
Non-accidental trauma should be considered in cases where the nature of the fracture is inconsistent with the mechanism described by the provider, which can include severity of the injury, location, or mechanism is inconsistent with child’s development stage.23min 6Solomon Behar, MD and Jason Woods, MD
Care for Foster Children, Part 1From January 2017, The Young and the Ouchless
Sol and Phil Scribano discuss the issues pediatricians face when dealing with children in the foster care system.11min 58Solomon Behar, MD and Philip Scribano, DO
Bounceback 1: Bloody EmesisFrom October 2015, Things That Get Under Your Skin!
How often have you seen a case where the physical exam just doesn’t match up with the history. Here Mike Weinstock takes us backstage to learn from a real bounceback case in a pediatric patient in whom had a terrible outcome because of one these types of scenarios. Take a listen! •17min 1Jennifer Mitzman, MD, Mike Weinstock, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, Jonathan Stevens, MD, Mike Pallaci, DO, Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP, Ann Dietrich, MD, Patricia Robitaille, MD, and Greg Henry, MD
Child AbuseFrom October 2015, Things That Get Under Your Skin!
As healthcare providers, we have to have heightened awareness about child abuse. Ilene and Sol discuss with Dan Lindberg, MD a child abuse expert on concerning findings that should raise your concern and what to do about them. •31min 12Ilene Claudius, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Daniel Lindberg, MD