Gastrostomy Tube ComplicationsFrom March 2018, Carpe Diarrhea
Jennifer and Sol discuss emergencies that can occur in children who have gastrostomy tubes.17min 58Solomon Behar, MD and Jennifer Cannon, MD
Celiac Disease: Part TwoFrom January 2018, Hairballs and Food Babies
Ann and Sol discuss the management of celiac disease with Mary Schull, a pediatric GI doctor who herself is afflicted by the condition.21min 13Ann Dietrich, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Mary Schull, MD
Celiac Disease: Part OneFrom January 2018, Hairballs and Food Babies
Ann and Sol discuss the symptoms and diagnosis of celiac disease with Mary Shull, a pediatric GI doctor who herself is afflicted by the condition.19min 53Ann Dietrich, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Mary Shull, MD
Rapunzel SyndromeFrom January 2018, Hairballs and Food Babies
Sol shares a case of trichobezoar. Miz and sol discuss the differential diagnosis of abdominal masses in children and the management of bezoars.13min 38Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
Paper Chase #3 - Obesity and Eating Disorders in AdolescentsFrom October 2017, Wax On, Wax Off
BOTTOM LINE: The focus should be on a healthy lifestyle rather than on weight. Evidence suggests that obesity prevention and treatment, if conducted correctly, do not predispose to EDs.10min 30Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Fecal DisimpactionFrom September 2017, Captain Eo(sinophil)
Ilene reviews different methods of pharmacologically disimpacting the severely constipated child. •12min 45Ilene Claudius, MD
Eosinophilic GastroenteritisFrom September 2017, Captain Eo(sinophil)
Parul and Sol discuss a case of a teenager with chronic vomiting, diarrhea and weight loss and eosinophilia who is diagnosed with eosinophilic gastroenteritis.12min 53Solomon Behar, MD and Parul Bhatia, MD
Paper Chase 2 - Celiac Disease and Anorexia Nervosa: A Nationwide StudyFrom July 2017, That Serum is, Like, So Sick!
This study of women with celiac disease (CD) showed a positive association between CD and anorexia nervosa. •7min 5Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Paper Chase 1 - Gastric Bezoar Treatment Using Oral Coca-ColaFrom July 2017, That Serum is, Like, So Sick!
A case report discussing the efficacy of coca cola and other options for pediatric gastric bezoar.6min 43Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Unhappy Campers and Pyloric StenosisFrom June 2017, Unhappy Campers
Miz and Sol review risks factors, diagnosis and management of this common infantile vomiting presentation. •13min 7Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
Paper Chase 3: Effect of Minimal Acupuncture for Infantile ColicFrom May 2017, Mother Of All Bacteria!
Roy and Geoff discuss current literature that impacts pediatric practice. •8min 52Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Clostridium Difficile in InfantsFrom December 2016, Clostridium Difficile in Infants
Ilene Claudius discusses the necessity of treatment in C. Diff positive infants with diarrhea.5min 9Ilene Claudius, MD
Bounceback: 5 Year Old with VomitingFrom November 2016, Abnormal Beats and Aspirated Meats
A patient unable to tolerate orals, particularly just before discharge is always a concerning factor. Add to this a previous unclear surgical history and a clinical presentation not consistent with gastroenteritis, and it spells disaster. Mike and team present this bounceback case of a 5 year old …23min 28Nate Finnerty, MD, Mike Weinstock, MD, Ann Dietrich, MD, Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP, Greg Henry, MD, and Jennifer Mitzman, MD
Introduction: Umbilical HerniaFrom April 2016, Parental Discretion Required (for the Doctor)
Miz and Sol discuss the natural history of umbilical hernias based on a case of a girl with a large umbilical hernia, highlighting which ones are likely to spontaneously resolve and those which usually require surgical intervention. Strangulation of umbilical hernias is rare.6min 42Solomon Behar, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Picky EatersFrom December 2015, Rheum for the Holidays!
Toddlers often become picky eaters which can be a source of major stress for parents. Nick Deblasio MD general pediatrician discusses how to manage and modify behavior by parental standards. •24min 11Nick DeBlasio, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
GERDFrom September 2015, Crying, Chikungunya & Killer Pills!
To understand the difference between normal physiological reflux and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease.To be able to offer reassurance and simple feeding modification/positioning advice to parents where appropriate and to understand the role of investigations and medications in diagnosing and …14min 42Tessa Davis MBChB(MD)
ColicFrom September 2015, Crying, Chikungunya & Killer Pills!
We discuss the issues surrounding colic, some evidence based recommendations and the controversial issues surrounding treatments. •24min 38Vanessa Cardy, MD and Heidi James, MD
Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseFrom June 2015, Goodness Gracious, Great Bowels of Fire!
Adolescent patients can manifest signs of IBD. Its important for us as providers to recognize the clinical red flags, know what workup to perform and refer the patient on for tissue diagnosis. We further discuss treatment modalities and interventions are also discussed with IBD expert Dr. Docktor …27min 3Michael Docktor, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Constipation BouncebackFrom April 2015, Neonates to Precocious Puberty & Everything in Between
Pediatric constipation is something we see everyday. For the most part, the management is easy...uncork and get the bowels moving. But is your management for kids, age appropriate? We review a CRAZY case of pediatric constipation that might just change the way you practice! •33min 35Mike Weinstock, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Mizuho Morrison, DO