- Introduction: Triangle of Death14:57History of Placebo: Introduction1:11What Do I Do Now? Epiglottitis22:32Ruth's Story, Part 118:01History of Placebo, Part 1 - Aim To Please3:37GI Bleeding in the Outpatient Setting, Part 1Free Chapter15:19Acute Prostatitis16:49History of Placebo, Part 2 - Aim To Treat3:41Ankle Injuries: Salter I or Sprain19:57Amiodarone Toxicity (Ruth's Story - Part 2)11:32Magnet Ingestion10:45History of Placebo, Part 3 - Aim To Learn5:34GI Bleeding in the Outpatient Setting, Part 219:342nd Degree Burns17:03The Summary10:48
Pediatric Salter-Harris I fractures of the distal fibula are rare with negative radiographs. Most of these children have ligament injuries (sprains). Even children with fractures detected by MRI have a comparable recovery with children with sprains when treated with a removable ankle brace and self-regulated return to activities.