Tibial Fractures in Children are common. Let us review their basic issues.
Urethral Prolapse is a rare condition, but one that deserves attention as a potential cause of confusion when evaluating genital bleeding. Let us review it.
Recurrent Pneumonia in pediatrics may be encountered in the ED and we should consider its implications.
The utility of Aminophylline for status asthmaticus in children is debated, but it may have a role in specific patients in specific situations. Let us Review.
Atrial Flutter in Children is rare, but my be a clue to something ominous.
Kawasaki Disease is most often seen in patients 6 months to 5 years, but that does not exclude other ages. Let us look at presentation of Kawasaki Disease in Adolescents.
Ketamine is a very safe medication to use for pediatric sedation, but we do need to be aware of an prepared for the rare adverse event, like Laryngospasm.