Selecting the correct Endotracheal tube (ETT) in children often requires math and many will consider Cuffs vs Uncuffed. Let's make it easier. Do the math and select the Cuffed ETT.
Travel is fun, but it can bring back problems. Let us review one such problem - Malaria.
There are many challenges with managing the acutely ill pediatric patient. Estimating their weight is critically important! Let’s discuss the benefits (and caveats) of using the Broselow-Luten system for estimating weight in children.
Typhoid Fever in Children?? The Second Great Mimicker! While TB is referred to as the great mimicker, Salmonella Typhi deserves consideration too!
Pediatric Trauma can be complex. Shock can be complicated. Neurogenic Shock in Children can be very challenging! Let's take a minute to review.
A swollen distal penis can be distressing, but sometimes it has a simple explanation and treatment. Let's review the Summer Penile Syndrome.
The HEADSS Assessment helps us quickly explore important psychosocial aspects of adolescents' care! Let's review!