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Richie' Rant - Pediatric Pet Peeves!

Richard Cantor, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Rob Orman, MD
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Miz sits down with a seasoned pediatric emergency medicine physician on common pediatric complaints and the pitfalls often associated with the workup and treatment.

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Ian L., Dr -

Bronchiolitis -smooth muscle develops at varying rates in the infant lung and if there is smooth muscle as children get older or with a family history of asthma abeterol could be understood to be helpful .

Ian L., Dr -

Nasal Foreign Body : FB in one nostril.
Close off other nostril and mum gives a mouth to mouth strong breathe in sitting position and FB falls out .

Ana G. -

Dr. Cantor needs his own comedy show. I found this informative and highly entertaining!

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