Paper Chase #2 - Asymptomatic Infants ≥35 Weeks and ChorioamnionitisFrom October 2017, Wax On, Wax Off
BOTTOM LINE: Laboratory evaluation and clinical observation without immediate antibiotic administration may be incorporated into a management approach in asymptomatic chorioamnionitis-exposed > 35 week neonates. •10min 53Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Infantile BotulismFrom July 2017, That Serum is, Like, So Sick!
Infantile botulism is something we don’t see too often, however because of its potentially devastating effects it is important for us to educate families for prevention and also remind ourselves how this disease occurs. Sol and Kiarash discuss botulism in infants.15min 50Kiarash Sadrieh, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Paper Chase 1: Vitamin D to prevent acute respiratory tract infectionsFrom May 2017, Mother Of All Bacteria!
Roy and Geoff review current hot topics in the pediatric literature.6min 56Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Paper Chase 5: Interpretation of CSF WBC's in young infants w a traumatic LPFrom May 2017, Mother Of All Bacteria!
Discuss current literature that impacts pediatric practice. White Blood Cell Counts in Infants with TLP9min 31Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
MeningococcemiaFrom May 2017, Mother Of All Bacteria!
Discuss meningococcal disease and prevention.12min 53Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
PFAPA and TonsillectomiesFrom March 2017, Lady and the Trampoline
Roy and Geoff discuss the presentation of PFAPA in childhood, making the diagnosis and current management strategies.14min 1Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
STI Update, Part 2From February 2017, How to Rid the Kid of the Id (reaction)
Review the management of HPV genital warts, syphilis, bacterial vaginosis, and trichomonas.20min 54Mizuho Morrison, DO and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
STI Updates, Part 1From February 2017, How to Rid the Kid of the Id (reaction)
Miz and Matt discuss approach to patients for STD evaluation. They review most recent CDC guidelines on treatment of common STD’s.26min 14Mizuho Morrison, DO and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
CXRs in BronchiolitisFrom November 2016, CXRs in Bronchiolitis
Dr. Ilene Claudius reviews when to get a CXR in a bronchiolitis patient.6min 52Ilene Claudius, MD
Step-By-StepFrom August 2016, Step-By-Step
Overview of the new Step-By-Step algorithm for infantile fever.8min 18Ilene Claudius, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
MRSA DecolonizationFrom May 2016, Mother Knows Best
Discuss evidence and different strategies for MRSA eradication in patients with recurrent infection. •18min 35Kevin Wineinger, MD and Mike Mooney, MD
Tuberculosis UpdatesFrom April 2016, Parental Discretion Required (for the Doctor)
Ilene and Sol consult Dr.Greg Moran Infectious disease expert to discuss workup and management of TB in children.25min 8Greg Moran, MD, Ilene Claudius, MD, and Solomon Behar, MD
Morning Report: 9-month old with PurpuaFrom February 2016, Nice Dermatitides
Purpura is the result of hemorrhage into the skin or mucosal membrane. It may represent a relatively benign condition or herald the presence of a serious underlying disorder. The Chiefs discuss an interesting case of a 9 mos old with purpuric rash days following vaccinations. We discuss her workup …15min 49Michael Cosimini, MD and Liza Green Golan Mackintosh, MD
Zika VirusFrom January 2016, Zika Virus
Overview of an emerging infection: Zika virus6min 13Mizuho Morrison, DO and Ilene Claudius, MD
FeverFrom January 2016, Shake n Bake Shorties
Updates on fever work-up in infants of differing ages.16min 24Ilene Claudius, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Vaginitis Management UpdatesFrom December 2015, Rheum for the Holidays!
Vaginitis is a general term to describe inflammation of the vaginal area. The most common causes of vaginitis are bacterial vaginosis, candida vulvovaginitis, and trichomoniasis. Other causes include vaginal atrophy/atrophic vaginitis, cervicitis, foreign body, irritants and allergens, and several …21min 47Judy Zhu Wei, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Introduction: Cat Scratch FeverFrom December 2015, Rheum for the Holidays!
The differential diagnosis of cervical lymphadenopathy is broad. Its it important to have a methodical approach to narrow down the workup and diagnosis.11min 17Solomon Behar, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Acute Otitis MediaFrom November 2015, UTI and SBI, FYI.
Sol and Stuart discuss AAP guidelines on management of AOM to keep you fresh on your clinical management based on age, length of symptoms, who and when to treat and with what antibiotic selections to make. •32min 43Stuart Swadron MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Mizuho Morrison, DO
UTIFrom November 2015, UTI and SBI, FYI.
Review most recent AAP guidelines on UTI workup, management and treatment. •22min 37Dee Bonney, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
SBIFrom November 2015, UTI and SBI, FYI.
Discuss evidence that could change practice management for well appearing low risk febrile infants, less than 90 days who generally get admitted with full workup for rule out serious bacterial infections. Is there evidence to suggest we can do otherwise? •19min 8Michael Cosimini, MD and Eric Biondi, MD