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
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
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
Free MOCA-Peds 2021 eBook and more!From December 2020, Free MOCA-Peds 2021 eBook and more!
Check out Hippo Education’s brand new, easily searchable, free eBook detailing all of the 45 MOCA-Peds learning objectives to help you confidently pass your 2021 MOCA-Peds. The MOCA-Peds 2021 eBook is available to anyone with a paid or free Peds RAP account. So sign in or sign up for an account …22min 5Solomon Behar, MD and Ameer Mody, MD
Kids, School and COVIDFrom August 2020, Kids, Schools, and COVID
In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Lisa Patel from our Peds RAP team sits down with Dr. Ryan Padrez, Medical Director at The Primary School, Assistant Clinical Professor in Pediatrics at Stanford University and Executive Committee member on the Council of School Health at the American Academy of …27min 13Ryan Padrez, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
Racism and Child HealthFrom July 2020, Racism and Child Health
Race and health are inextricably linked to each other. Pediatricians Nathan Chomilo and Michael Cosimini break down the AAP Policy Statement on the health effects of racism on children.28min 50Nathan Chomilo, MD and Michael Cosimini, MD
Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on ChildrenFrom May 2020, Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on Children
Children seem to be less affected than adults by the direct effects of COVID-19 infection, but the pandemic has brought forth other health risks to the pediatric population. Sol Behar interviews Oakland, CA based primary care pediatricians Celine Sparrow and Katie D’Harlingue about the indirect …17min 6Solomon Behar, MD, Katherine D'Harlingue, MD, and Celine Sparrow, MD
COVID Findings in KidsFrom May 2020, COVID Findings in Kids
Sol Behar interviews New York City pediatric emergency doctor Dr. Ee Tay, highlighting the features of pediatric COVID disease, including an emerging illness that is being compared to Kawasaki Shock Syndrome called “pediatric inflammatory multisystem disease” (PIMS). •25min 18Ee Tay, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Primary Care in the Time of COVIDFrom May 2020, Primary Care in the Time of COVID
Sol Behar interviews Oakland, CA based primary care pediatricians Celine Sparrow and Katie D’Harlingue about the impact of COVID-19 on primary care practices. They discuss practical details of how to safely continue caring for their patients, selves and, staff members. They also share strategies …27min 50Katherine D'Harlingue, MD, Celine Sparrow, MD, and Solomon Behar, MD
NeuroblastomaFrom December 2019, Master of Mastoiditis
Lisa and Sol review a new Maintenance of Certification Assessment (MOCA) topic: neuroblastoma. Neuroblastomas are the most common cancer of infancy. The usual presentation is a firm abdominal mass, and generally speaking the younger the patient at presentation the better the prognosis. The various …13min 38Solomon Behar, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
Medical Mimics of Child Abuse | Part 1From November 2019, Umbilicology
Sol sits down with Children’s National Geneticist Natasha Shur to discuss medical mimics of child abuse. Osteogenesis imperfecta is the most common condition that might mimic abuse. Diagnosis of OI is made based on clinical history, family history, radiographic data, and laboratory analysis. With …20min 47Natasha Shur MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Peripartum practicesFrom November 2019, Umbilicology
Sol and CHOP NICU doc Joanna Parga-Belinkie review the evidence behind some of the peripartum practices that happen in the delivery room and in the immediate aftermath.27min 49Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Medical Mimics of Child Abuse | Part 2From November 2019, Umbilicology
Sol sits down with Children’s National Geneticist Natasha Shur to discuss medical mimics of child abuse. Osteogenesis imperfecta is the most common condition that might mimic abuse. Diagnosis of OI is made based on clinical history, family history, radiographic data, and laboratory analysis. With …16min 9Natasha Shur MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Health Care DisparitiesFrom October 2019, He Barfs... He Scores!
Sol and Christine Cho sit down with Abe Gallegos to discuss factors that contribute to disparities in healthcare among minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged patients.22min 21Abraham Gallegos, MD, Christine Cho, MD, and Solomon Behar, MD
Intro: Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS)From August 2019, You Mec Me Sick!
Sol and Miz discuss a case of meconium aspiration syndrome and review the latest NRP guidelines recommendations for the management of this condition.12min 21Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
The Gifted ChildFrom August 2019, You Mec Me Sick!
Primary care pediatrician Burton Duddy and Sol discuss challenges and management of the gifted child.19min 14Blair Duddy, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Access, Equity, and School-Based Health CentersFrom August 2019, You Mec Me Sick!
Andi and Jess talk about the importance of social determinants for children’s health outcomes, particularly where the child lives as an important factor for their health. Jess also talks us through school-based health centers as a model to address equity and the role pediatricians can play in …24min 50Jessica Schumer MD and Andrea Marmor, MD
Rare DiseasesFrom August 2019, You Mec Me Sick!
Sol chats with Rare Disease advocate, patient, and host of Rare in Common podcast Andra Stratton about rare pediatric conditions- including how to identify and advocate for this patient population.25min 26Andra Stratton, MAIO and Solomon Behar, MD
MOCA Time: Supraventricular TachycardiaFrom August 2019, You Mec Me Sick!
Sol sits down with pediatric cardiologist-isimo Pierangelo Renella to discuss the diagnosis and management of SVT.30min 7Pierangelo Renella, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Ingrown ToenailsFrom July 2019, You Say Tera-tomah-ta, I Say Tera-Tomay-to
Ingrown toenails can result in erythema, pus, and granulation tissue. Treatment is based on the stage and range from warm soaks if mild to resection of part or all of the nail for the moderate to severe cases.18min 32Andrea Marmor, MD and Solomon Behar, MD