- Listener Feedback & Questions15:17Paper Chase #1 | Probiotics Don’t Help AGE In Peds Patients4:07What Would I Do Next? | Ectopic Pregnancy20:28Colicky Babies17:16Paper Chase #2 | Steroids For Postherpetic Neuralgia4:21Chest PainFree Chapter27:04Penetrating Eye Emergencies22:04Paper Chase #3 | Antibiotics Prescriptions & Patient Satisfaction Scores5:09Scribes In The Urgent Care20:34Paper Chase #4 | Pediatric Tongue Lacerations5:13Excellence in the Physical Exam Series: AIDS Patients21:48Pediatric Ortho | 10 Can’t Miss Fractures23:45Paper Chase #5 | Pre-Syncope As Bad As Syncope5:31The Summary15:27
Colic which occurs in 15-25% of infants under the age of 4 months can be extremely frustrating for parents and for clinicians counseling them. Matt and Miz sit down with Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician Dr.Liza Kearl to discuss diagnosis and management of colic. Understanding that colic is a diagnosis of exclusion and then providing the parents/caregivers with practical tips to help minimize it can be life-changing for families.