- Elderly Hip Pain12:09Paper Chase #1 - Fluoroquinolones and Ventricular Arrhythmias4:18The Ottawa SAH Rule17:46What Do I Do Next? - Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity16:06Paper Chase #2 - Dosing Ibuprofen for Acute Pain4:05Where is Gastroparesis Hiding?15:48Paper Chase #3 - Risk Factors for Prescription Opioid Misuse5:02SVT and the REVERT TrialFree Chapter21:56About That Infant’s Cough17:39Paper Chase #4 - Provider Compassion and Risk of Patient PTSD4:04Common Sprains18:27Paper Chase #5 - Predictors of Admission for Children after Drowning7:11Excellence In Physical Exam Series | ACE Inhibitor Angioedema11:20Mailbag8:39
A “cough” is a common cause of UC visits. The majority are benign and viral in etiology. Ilene Claudius walks us through 3 specific diagnoses we should consider working up and treating for in our infant patients. Pertussis, Bronchiolitis, and Chlamydia PNA can have atypical presentations in this population. She also reviews clinical criteria and treatment options for these.