Travel is fun, but it can bring back problems. Let us review one such problem - Malaria.
Typhoid Fever in Children?? The Second Great Mimicker! While TB is referred to as the great mimicker, Salmonella Typhi deserves consideration too!
Fluoroquinolone Use In Children is often thought to be a problem, but is that a myth? Let's review the pros/cons of Fluoroquinolone Use In Children.
Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome can be seen in children and can be challenging to diagnose. Let's review so we can help treat it early.
Congenital Pulmonary Airway Malformation is a structural lung problem that can lead to recurrent pneumonias and even worse. Let's Review.
Closed Head Injury is a common concern in the ED. Fortunately we have PECARN decision rules. Recently the evidence for PECARN's application in the children < 3 months of age has evolved. Let's take a minute to review a ReBaked Morsel.