Hyperglycemic, hyperosmotic syndrome (HHS) can occur in children and can even be concurrent with DKA. Let's take a minute to review.
Periodic fever, aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis, cervical adenitis (PFAPA) syndrome may be encountered in the ED, so let us review how to manage it.
Strep pharyngitis testing is common in the ED, but we may be a little excessive in our search for strep pharyngitis in toddlers (< 3 years of age). Let us take a minute to review the guidelines.
Human Trafficking is a prevalent problem that deserves our attention. Let us review possible presentation of Human Trafficking in the Pediatric ED.
Finger injuries are very common in children. Let's review how to manage nail bed lacerations.
Constipation is a chronic complication of cystic fibrosis, but we need to also consider Distal Intestinal Obstruction Syndrome (DIOS) in these patients.
For this Morsel, let us consider the new AAP guidelines and the evaluation and management of the well-appearing febrile infant 8 to 28 days of age.