Pediatric Trauma can be complex. Shock can be complicated. Neurogenic Shock in Children can be very challenging! Let's take a minute to review.
Cerebral Edema is a feared complication of DKA in children. Let's review the most current recommendations on the Cerebral Edema and Diabetic Ketoacidosis.
The Glasgow Coma Score in children is useful in the trauma setting, but is it equally useful in all situations. Let's Review.
Let’s talk about another injury that can cause a subcutaneous collection of blood from a shearing injury - a Morel-Lavallée lesion
When we think of severe hemorrhage in children, we typically think about trauma. Maybe injuries to the spleen or kidney come to mind. Perhaps thoughts of pelvic injuries or severe head injury dominate our considerations. Of course, we all have…
CVAs are not common in children, but some patients are at greater risk for them. Let's digest a Morsel on Sickle Cell Disease and Stroke in Children.
Children can be tricky and this is especially true for the x-ray images. Let's review an important aspect of the cervical spine image in children - Pseudosubluxation.