Post Operative Pain: Part TwoFrom April 2018, Can I Get A Witness?
A key principle in post-operative pain is to provide a basal medication, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, to avoid the use of opioids when possible given opioids have more side effects. It is also important to tier available medications for mild, moderate, and severe pain.9min 44Solomon Behar, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
Total Parenteral NutritionFrom April 2018, Can I Get A Witness?
TPN should be initiated in hospitalized children where the GI tract is unable to support nutrition for the child for an anticipated prolonged course. TPN is composed of glucose, protein, fat, electrolytes, minerals and vitamins, and the exact composition will vary by age and energetic needs of the …19minJennifer Cannon, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
Post Operative Pain: Part OneFrom April 2018, Can I Get A Witness?
A key principle in post-operative pain is to provide a basal medication, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, to avoid the use of opioids when possible given opioids have more side effects. It is also important to tier available medications for mild, moderate, and severe pain.17min 50Solomon Behar, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
Paper Chase 1 - Nonoperative Treatment for Acute AppendicitisFrom June 2017, Unhappy Campers
Discuss current literature that impacts pediatric practice.6min 14Roy 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
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
Dental InfectionsFrom June 2016, Peds RAP in 3D: Dads, DKA and Divorce
Mike and Tim Frey discuss acute management of oral-maxillofacial infections.21min 50Tim Frey, DDS, MS and Mike Weinstock, 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
APPENDICITIS...still a surgical disease?From March 2015, Wheezing, Wee Wee and Weed
To review common presentations of appy based on age, and discuss outpatient mgmt of suspected perforated vs. uncomplicated appy, discuss controversy of non-op mgmt. •12minKenji Inaba, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Male GenitourinaryFrom March 2015, Wheezing, Wee Wee and Weed
Review most common urologic issues in pediatric males and discuss both emergent and expectant management. •23min 20Ilene Claudius, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Solomon Behar, MD