Gases in the HouseFrom December 2019, Master of Mastoiditis
Toxicology aficionado Cyrus Rangan sits down with Parul and Ilene to take us through the prevention, diagnosis, and management of carbon monoxide toxicity.23min 19Cyrus Rangan, MD, Parul Bhatia, MD, and Ilene Claudius, MD
VAPI: Vaping Associated Pulmonary InjuryFrom September 2019, VAPI: Vaping Associated Pulmonary Injury
Given the recent spike of VAPI (vaping associated pulmonary injury) cases, our HIPPO medical editorial team review the clinical presentation and latest management recommendations for this lung disease. Mizuho Morrison and Sol Behar discuss a recent case, and review the hot-off-the-press published …17min 42Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
Introduction: Huffing and Nitrous Oxide ToxicityFrom September 2019, JUST SAY NO TO N2O
Sol and Lisa discuss the case of a teenager who presented with nitrous oxide myelopathy after chronic huffing. They discuss this and other chemical inhalants of abuse in terms of presentation and risk factors for abuse.15min 51Lisa Patel, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
The Flint Lead Crisis and Patient AdvocacyFrom April 2019, You've Got Me Feeling the Motion
We all advocate for our patients on a regular basis, but how many of us have blown the whistle on a massive public health crisis? In this segment, Neda interviews Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the Flint, MI pediatrician who opened the world’s eyes to lead in the water that was poisoning Flint’s citizens …20min 42Mona Hanna-Attisha MD, MPH and Neda Frayha, MD
Drug ScreeningFrom March 2019, Take Off that Red Skin!
Toxicology expert Cyrus Rangan reviews the uses and limitations of urine drug screening with Ilene and Parul20min 58Cyrus Rangan, MD, Parul Bhatia, MD, and Ilene Claudius, MD
Marijuana and BreastfeedingFrom December 2018, Dude, Where's My Milk?
Lisa and Sol discuss the latest recommendation on breastfeeding moms and marijuana use.9min 45Lisa Patel, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Dietary Supplement DangersFrom December 2017, You Pierced Your What, Son!?
Dietary supplements can be unintentionally ingested by young children. This can lead to illness in children including symptoms of seizures and tachycardia (ma huang or yohimbine) , sedation (melatonin), or liver damage in susceptible individuals (comfrey). •6min 38Michael Levine, MD and Ilene Claudius, MD
Iron ToxicityFrom December 2017, You Pierced Your What, Son!?
Cy Rangan reviews iron toxicity diagnosis and management.30min 6Solomon Behar, MD, Cyrus Rangan, MD, and Parul Bhatia, MD
Acetaminophen Overdose, Part 2From November 2017, The New Flu Review
Parul and Sol break down the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic acetaminophen overdose with toxicologist Cyrus Rangan.14min 3Parul Bhatia, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, Matthieu DeClerck, MD, and Cyrus Rangan, MD
Acetaminophen Overdose, Part 1From November 2017, The New Flu Review
Parul and Sol break down the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic acetaminophen overdose with toxicologist Cyrus Rangan.16min 41Cyrus Rangan, MD, Parul Bhatia, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Snake Bites, Part 2From August 2017, Flea-ver of Unknown Origin
There are four venomous snakes to know in the continental United States that are the vast majority of snake bites that present for medical care—rattlesnakes, copperheads, cottonmouths, and coral snakes. Lisa Patel Pediatric hospitalist sits with Mizuho Spangler to review the basics in management …11min 51Lisa Patel, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Snake Bites, Part 1From August 2017, Flea-ver of Unknown Origin
There are four venomous snakes to know in the continental United States that are the vast majority of snake bites that present for medical care—rattlesnakes, copperheads, cottonmouths, and coral snakes. Lisa Patel Pediatric hospitalist sits with Mizuho Spangler to review the basics in management …16min 42Mizuho Morrison, DO and Lisa Patel, MD
Spiders BitesFrom July 2017, That Serum is, Like, So Sick!
Spider bites of clinical consequence are rare. In North America there are only a few spiders whose bites cause clinically relevant pathology requiring medical treatment beyond basic wound care. These species and the clinical picture resulting from their bites are reviewed in this segment. •15min 9Matthieu DeClerck, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Paper Chase 2 - When is Cough Functional, and How Should It Be Treated?From June 2017, Unhappy Campers
Discuss current literature that impacts pediatric practice.9min 39Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Cannabis Hyperemesis SyndromeFrom June 2017, Unhappy Campers
Jeff Lapoint and Miz discuss the identification of CVS in marijuana users. Jeff helps point out clinically pertinent pearls and pitfalls in the diagnosis and management of this toxicologic phenomenon.13min 52Jeff Lapoint, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Essential OilsFrom January 2017, The Young and the Ouchless
Sol and Sean Nordt review essential oils, current uses and toxicities.19min 33Sean Nordt MD, PharmD and Solomon Behar, MD
Lead PoisoningFrom December 2016, Rudolph the Snot-Nosed Reindeer!
From the Festival of Saturn in ancient Rome to the water supply in Flint, Michigan, lead toxicity has been a scourge of humanity for millennia.18min 9Sean Nordt MD, PharmD and Stuart Swadron, MD FAAEM
Marijuana and KidsFrom October 2016, Marijuana and Kids
Dr. Ilene Claudius and Dr. Michael Levine discuss the presentation of cannabinoid exposure in children.9min 2Michael Levine, MD and Ilene Claudius, MD
Lidocaine OverdoseFrom January 2016, Shake n Bake Shorties
Lidocaine containing topical anesthetics are used everyday them many forms but if given in accidentally high doses, and is absorbed systemically, it can have deleterious consequences. We discuss a case of lidocaine toxicity and then further discuss its controversial management. •19min 51Eugene Izsak, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, Stuart Swadron, MD FAAEM, and Sean Nordt MD, PharmD
One Pill Can KillFrom September 2015, Crying, Chikungunya & Killer Pills!
Which drugs in the medicine cabinet are deadly to kids with just 1 pill? • Drs. Nordt and Swadron discuss the short list of medications and agents that can be life threatening after a single or small dose, especially in the pediatric population.19min 10Sean Nordt MD, PharmD and Stuart Swadron MD