You should have gotten an email with a link to your House’s spreadsheet  for this month.

To receive credit:

  1. Choose four hour’s worth of the below material.
  2. Put at least 12 pearls/pro-tips/factoids you learned into your House spreadsheet.

Due By: 12/27/17

Remember that your entries will be used for the competition questions, so make sure you know things the other House’s don’t!

  • Resources are sorted based on Tintinalli chapters then from shortest to longest credit. (AKA most ADD-friendly to least ADD-friendly!).
  • Times are derived from estimated reading/listening/viewing times rounded slightly upwards on average to account for comprehension time.
  • 🔊-Podcast        🗞-Blog        📽-Video       🗞-Blog/Article


Pediatric Resuscitation

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1. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRAP: “Kids Trauma and TXA” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • TXA should be standard for your adult trauma patients by now, but what about kids? Will it turn them blue or something crazy?


2. 🔊 (10 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Acetaminophen Vs. Ibuprofen” Website. and iTunes.
  • Does it make a difference which one you pick? Can’t you just alternate them?


3. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EMDocs: “Pediatric Procedural Sedation: What Are Your Options?” Website
  • Pro-tip from a seasoned nurse: Kids will tell you all their life secrets while high on Ketamine having their fracture reduced. (Ethical concerns aside).


4. 🗞 (15 Minutes): ALiEM: “Pediatric Sepsis Management: Understanding the Basics” Website
  • What can you not forget in the septic and sick kiddo?


5. 🔊 (15 Minutes): Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine: “Stop In the Name of Love” Website. and iTunes.
  • Do sweet solutions help for pain in infants when you’re jabbing that LP needle in their back?


6. 🔊 (20 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Pediatric Rapid Sequence Intubation” Website. and iTunes.
  • That MAC 4 DL and 8.0 tube you’re so comfortable with might not always work….Don’t try to figure it out while the kid is turning blue.


7. 🔊 (20 Minutes): FOAMCast: “The AAP BRUE Guidelines” Website. and iTunes.
  • Shark-Bait, Brue-ha-ha! What is all this new-fangled BRUE jargon?


8. 🔊 (20 Minutes): Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine: “Step By Step Approach to the Febrile Infant” Website. and iTunes.
  • I wish there was a guide to sepsis in kids. Maybe something that would walk me through what to do step by step….


9. 🔊 (25 Minutes): EMRAP: “Pediatric Transport” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • How do you transfer kids to higher level of care hospitals when you aren’t at the ivory tower? Helicopter? Ambulance? Uber?


10. 🔊 (25 Minutes): FOAMCast: “Serious Pediatric Fever” Website. and iTunes.
  • You get a lumbar puncture! And you get a lumbar puncture! Errybody gets a lumbar puncture!…. Or you could calm down, let go of that LP needle and see if you actually need to run the full court press on the febrile kiddo.


11: 📑 ( 25 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 106 “Emergency Care of Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 681-684)


12. 🔊 (25 Minutes): SMACC: “Remembering Rory: Sepsis and Learning From Error” Website. and iTunes.
  • Just a gastroenteritis? Or something much, much worse? What hard stops should you be double-checking before discharging a child?


13. 🔊 (25 Minutes): EMJ Club: “Intranasal Midazolam for Pediatric Status Epilepticus” Website. and iTunes.
  • Seizing pediatric patients, IV access can be hard, sometimes a rectal route can be difficult as well. What about intranasal, is that an option? A good option?


14. 🔊 (35 Minutes): EMRAP: “Resuscitation of the Sick Neonate: Part 1 ” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Everybody loves babies, right? Except when they’re mottled, tachypneic, tachycardic, and hypotensive. That usually is a bit of a downer. So let’s fix it!


15. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “Resuscitation of the Sick Neonate: Part 2” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Because you can’t really cover all of neonatal resuscitation in 35 minutes, here’s another 15 minutes to make sure you’re covered absolutely everything you will ever need to know. Well, almost everything.


16. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMRAP: “Resuscitation of the Sick Neonate: Part 3: AHA Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines 2015 Update” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Because Medicine keeps changing, this is an update based on some newer guidelines that’s helpful after your have a knowledge base from the prior two episodes.


17. 🔊 (30 Minutes): Don’t Forget the Bubbles: “IV Fluid Use in Children” Website. and iTunes.
  • Used to just ordering a 2 liter NS bolus for all your adult patients? Let’s talk about how to change that in kids. NS? 1/2NS? D5W?


18. 🔊 (30 Minutes): St. Emlyn’s: “Apparent Life Threatening Event: Trouble BRUEing” Website. and iTunes.
  • ALTE. BRUE. I can’t wait to see what we’ll call this phenomena in 2025. (I vote for “OHSH*TE”).


19: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 112 “Intravenous and Intraosseous Access in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 722-727)


20. 🔊 (35 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Intranasal Medications” Website. and iTunes.
  • The pediatric nose – Not just for crayons anymore! See what else can go up there!


21. 🔊 (35 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “The Undifferentiated Sick Infant” Website. and iTunes.
  • Get a starting point for how to approach a sick baby confidently.


22. 🔊 (40 Minutes): CrackCast: “Pediatric Resuscitation” Website. and iTunes.
  • A great guide through the Rosen’s chapter for resuscitating pediatric patients.


23. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Approach to Shock” Website. and iTunes.
  • For when the kid looks sick and you need to do something quick before they fall off that compensation curve.


24. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Electrical Injuries: Hertz So Bad” Website. and iTunes.
  • Electrical Sockets and Wires: The hottest new toy of 2018! See what all the buzz is about!


25. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Multisystem Trauma Part 1: Airway; Chest Tube; Resuscitative Thoracotomy” Website. and iTunes.
  • Basically how to prepare for every situation you hope to never, ever see in a kid, but need to know.


26. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Multisystem Trauma Part 2: Massive Transfusion; Trauma Imaging; Resuscitative Pearls” Website. and iTunes.
  • More trauma tips for the tiny tots.


27: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 107 “Neonatal and Pediatric Transport”. (8th Edition: Pages 684-689)


28: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 108 “Resuscitation of Neonates”. (8th Edition: Pages 689-695)


29: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 109 “Resuscitation of Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 695-705)


30: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 111 “Intubation and Ventilation in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 714-722)


31. 🔊 (55 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Pediatric Pain” Website. and iTunes.
  • “Ouchies”, “boo-boo’s”, and the more serious “Ow-ow-ow’s!” What are the nuances to pain control in kids?


32. 🔊 (60 Minutes): EMCases: “Pediatric Procedural Sedation” Website. and iTunes.
  • What are your options for keeping that pediatric patient calm while you perform a painful procedure? What are the potential bad side-effects for children in particular?


33: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 110 “Pediatric Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 706-714)


34: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 115 “Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Apparent Life Threatening Event”. (8th Edition: Pages 741-747)


35: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 113 “Pain Management and Procedural Sedation in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 727-733)


36. 🔊 (75 Minutes): EMCases: “Emergency Medicine Management of Pediatric Seizures” Website. and iTunes.
  • You’re a pro at adult status epilepticus, but can you give all your typical anti-epileptics to pediatrics? Are all the causes you’re looking for the same? Can you just say it’s a febrile seizure and be done?


37: 📑 ( 80 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 114 “Neonatal Emergencies and Common Neonatal Problems”. (8th Edition: Pages 734-741)



38: 📑 ( 80 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 116 “Fever and Serious Bacterial Illness in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 747-754)


39. 🔊 (90 Minutes): EMCases: “PALS Guidelines” Website. and iTunes.
  • When a sick kid rolls in is not when you want to get your refresher on how to manage a sick child. Dose for defibrillation? Pressors? Fluids? This in depth EMCases overview will have you prepared.


40. 🔊 (100 Minutes): EMCases: “Pediatric Trauma” Website. and iTunes.
  • Just pan-scan every little kiddo, right? Wait. Stop. You’re better than that (Or about to be!).


41. 🗞 (120 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Evidence Based Review of Neonatal Emergencies ” Website
  • Take a deep dive into all the ways that neonates can terrify you. I recommend you watch a horror movie afterwards so that you have a different sort of nightmare than what this paper will give you.




 Pedi HEENT: Heads Up!

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(See the HEENT Block for even more HEENT Resources)

42. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Button Battery Ingestion” Website. and iTunes.
  • Little tiny batteries and little tiny patients don’t mix well.


43. 🗞 (10 Minutes): Don’t Forget the Bubbles: “Kawasaki Disease: Beware the Incomplete!” Website
  • Kawasaki… not the fun kind.


44. 🗞 (15 Minutes): Rebel EM: “Validation of the Step-By-Step Approach to Febrile Infants” Website
  • An analysis of the primary literature for a new method of assessing the febrile infant.


45. 🔊 (20 Minutes): Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine: “Bang Your Head: Pediatric Concussions” Website. and iTunes.
  • Is there any benefit to recommending strict rest after ahead trauma for kids? Do they need to be imprisoned in a dark room? Just stay home from school? No change in daily life at all? Are your routine concussion discharge instructions evidence based?


46: 📑 ( 25 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 120 “Nose and Sinus Disorders in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 775-779)


47: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 117 “Meningitis in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 754-757)


48: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 122 “Neck Masses in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 786-793)


49: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 118 “Ear and Mastoid Disorders in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 757-764)


50. 🔊 (50 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Foreign Bodies in Head and Neck” Website. and iTunes.
  • Crayons? Mardi Gras beads? Button Batteries? No facial orifice is safe from tiny objects in tiny hands.


51: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 121 “Mouth and Throat Disorders in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 779-786)


52: 📑 ( 75 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 119 “Eye Emergencies in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 764-775)



Pedi Pulm: You Don’t Sound So Good…

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53. 🗞 (5 Minutes): Pediatric EMMorsels: “Down syndrome Airway” Website
  • The Down syndrome population is a unique population with special nuances to their airway you should be aware of before the time comes to manage that airway.


54. 🔊 (10 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Breath Holding Spells” Website. and iTunes.
  • We all get a little nervous when kids stop breathing for some reason…


55. 🔊 (15 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Strep Pharyngitis” Website. and iTunes.
  • It’s a kid with a sore throat, you should probably just throw antibiotics at them to make the parent happy, right? Hold up a minute!


56. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EMDocs: “Croup: ED Focused Highlights” Website
  • Croup: A condition designed to terrify parents by making their child sound as if they’re dying. How do you know which ones are really sick and which ones just sound sick?


57. 🔊 (25 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Bronchiolitis” Website. and iTunes.
  • Bronchiolitis…. if you know the same amount about it as you do brontosaurus…. this post is for you.


58. 🔊 (25 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Pediatric Community Acquired Pneumonia” Website. and iTunes.
  • Just another gross little kid virus? Or is it pneumonia? How can you tell? Or, more importantly, how can you tell the patient’s worried parent?


59. 🔊 (35 Minutes): PEM:ED: “Asthma: What’s the Best Oral Steroid?” Website. and iTunes.
  • What’s the best choice of steroid for that wheezy asthmatic? Is one choice always the right choice?


60. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Bronchiolitis” Website. and iTunes.
  • Winter is coming, and so are little kid viruses and bronchiolitis.


61. 🔊 (60 Minutes): PEM:ED: “Asthma: The Music of the Night” Website. and iTunes.
  • How to make those asthmatics not sound like a dying accordion.


62. 🔊 (60 Minutes): PEM:ED: “Asthma: Asthma and the Vent” Website. and iTunes.
  • Oh boy, so you had to tube an asthmatic. That’s a bad time. How do you make sure the ventilator doesn’t murder them?


63: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 123 “Stridor and Drooling in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 793-802)


64: 📑 ( 90 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 124 “Wheezing in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 802-813)


65: 📑 ( 90 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 125 “Pneumonia in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 814-822)


66. 🗞 (160 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Difficulty Breathing in Infants and Young Children” Website
  • Breathing = good. Not breathing…. less good?




Have A Heart (No, Really, Please Have A Functional Heart!): Pedi Cardiology

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67. 🗞 (15 Minutes): Don’t Forget the Bubbles: “Congential Heart Disease in PEM” Website
  • You totally know what to do when that pedi patient comes in crashing with a “heart problem when they were born”. Not afraid at all… right?


68. 🗞 (15 Minutes): Don’t Forget the Bubbles: “Syncope ECG’s” Website
  • Pediatric patient passed out? You probably won’t see that STEMI you’re so comfortable with, but what patterns should you be searching for?


69. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “MI In Children” Website. and iTunes.
  • Wait, kids aren’t supposed to have MI’s! How does that even happen?!?!


70. 🔊 (40 Minutes): EMRAP: “Neonatal Cardiology: Part 1” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • What’s scarier than a sick kid? A sick kid with a congenital heart problem! 😱😱😱😱


71. 🔊 (35 Minutes): EMRAP: “Neonatal Cardiology: Part 2” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • Because every horror movie has at least one sequel. This is basically “Nightmare On Elm Street: Freddie’s Revenge”.


72: 📑 ( 70 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 127 “Syncope, Dysrhythmias, and ECG Interpretation in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 835-842)


73. 🔊 (80 Minutes): EMCases: “Congenital Heart Disease Emergencies” Website. and iTunes.
  • Pink, Blue, Grey kiddos with funny shaped hearts? What do you do besides give them 100% O2? Wait, 100% O2 can kill some of them? Well that complicates things…


74: 📑 ( 150 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 126 “Congenital and Acquired Pediatric Heart Disease”. (8th Edition: Pages 822-835)



Pedi GI & Urology: They Poop. They Pee. They Puke. Generally Firing Grossness from All Cannons…

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75. 📽 (10 Minutes): Essentials of EM: “Identify and Treat Pediatric Dehydration Like a Jedi Master” Website.
  • WHO rehydration solution? Pedialyte? Apple juice? Tang? How do you perk up those dehydrated pedi patients so they can go back to being pirates and astronauts?


76. 🔊 (10 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Hematemesis in the Newborn” Website. and iTunes.
  • Just when you thought you knew every disgusting body fluid kids could expel from their orifices at you…. where is that blood coming from???


77. 🔊 (20 Minutes): Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine: “Wee are the Champions” Website. and iTunes.
  • “I can send them home if they just pee!”, a potential option for getting urine from stubborn infants without a cath along with an overview of how to analyze the primary literature from the SGEM.


78: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 132 “Urinary Tract Infection in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 871-874)


79. 🔊 (35 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “GI Bleeding in Children” Website. and iTunes.
  • Probably not from their chronic alcoholism…


80. 🔊 (35 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “The Pediatric Surgical Abdomen” Website. and iTunes.
  • Which bellies get cut? How do you not miss them when you patient can’t tell you much of anything?


81. 🔊 (40 Minutes): PEM:ED: “Urological Complaints Part 1: The Painful Scrotum” Website. and iTunes.


82. 🔊 (20 Minutes): PEM:ED: “Urological Complaints Part 2: The Painless Scrotum” Website. and iTunes.
  • See above.


83. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Neonatal Jaundice” Website. and iTunes.
  • They’re all yellow. Which ones get a trip outside and which ones get admitted?


84: 📑 ( 50 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 129 “Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 852-857)


85. 🔊 (50 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Vomiting in the Young Child: Nothing or Nightmare” Website. and iTunes.
  • Break out your raincoats and goggles and get ready for some explosive emesis education.


86: 📑 ( 50 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 131 “Gastrointestinal Bleeding in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 864-871) 


87: 📑 ( 50 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 133 “Pediatric Urologic and Gynecologic Disorders”. (8th Edition: Pages 875-881)


88. 🔊 (60 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Urine Trouble” Website. and iTunes.
  • Pediatric UTI’s. Do we treat them? Admit them? Use the same antibiotics as adults?


89: 📑 ( 65 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 130 “Acute Abdominal Pain in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 857-864)


90:📑 ( 70 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 134 “Renal Emergencies in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 881-888)


91: 📑 ( 90 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 128 “Vomiting, Diarrhea, and Dehydration in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 843-852)


92. 🗞 (120 Minutes): EB Medicine: “Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Acute Gastroenteritis” Website
  • Kids puke. Kids poop. Sometimes they do that a lot. How do you make sure it’s just a nasty virus and not something more sinister?




Crossed Wires: Pedi Neurology

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93. 🗞 (10 Minutes): ALiEM: “Migraine Treatment For Pediatric EM Patients” Website
  • You’ve got your signature migraine cocktail down for adults, olive garnish and all, but does that work for kids too?


94. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EMDocs: “Concussion in Sports: Sideline and Emergency Department Evaluation” Website
  • “Come on Doc, I’ve gotta play in the game Friday!” the 16yo says. Meanwhile their parent believes the patient is dying. How do you manage pediatric concussion?


95. 🔊 (15 Minutes): PEM Blog: “CSF Shunt Complications” Website. and iTunes.
  • Having a tiny shunt implanted in a pediatric brain; I’m sure those never have any sort of complications you need to manage.


96. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMCases: “Best Case Ever: Pediatric Cerebral Herniation” Website. and iTunes.
  • A story about a pediatric patient that might make you pee your pants….


97. 🔊 (20 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Pediatric Management of Elevated ICP” Website. and iTunes.
  • Adult elevated ICP we see all the time with our head bleed patients, but what about in pediatric patients?


98: 📑 ( 20 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 137 “Altered Mental Status in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 901-903)


99. 🔊 (30 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Blunt Head Trauma” Website. and iTunes.
  • How bad is that Head CT for a pedi patient? When should you be pulling the trigger?


100. 🗞 (30 Minutes):: “Pediatric Headache: Some Relief For All” Website and iTunes.
  • Headache in Peds? “It’s Noht a tumorh” (Probably?)


101: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 139 “Cervical Spine Injury in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 910-915)


102. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Altered Mental Status in Children” Website. and iTunes.
  • Altered child? It could be anything from needing a nap to meningitis to taking grandma’s pills. Maybe you should have an approach for how to work them up.


103. 🔊 (45 Minutes): PEM:ED “Pediatric Syncope Part One: Done Fell Out!” Website. and iTunes.
  • Have a little kiddo who “Just done fell out and hit the ground!”? Is it nothing to worry about? Cardiac emergency? Neuro emergency? What do you need to do?


104. 🔊 (60 Minutes): PEM:ED “Pediatric Syncope Part Two: Still Done Fell Out!” Website. and iTunes. 
  • Part two keep going where part one left off. That’s sort of how these things usually work.


105: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 136 “Headache in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 895-901)


106: 📑 ( 50 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 138 “Head Injury in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 903-910)


107: 📑 ( 65 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 135 “Seizures in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 888-895)


108. 🔊 (75 Minutes): EMRAP: “Pediatric Seizures” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • An EM:RAP walk through of how to approach a seizing child and what pathology could catch you off guard. (Be aware, there are 8 Sections on the webpage to cover)




Pedi Ortho: Sticks And Stones May Break Your Bones, Seriously, Those Things Hurt.

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109. 🔊 (10 Minutes): PEM Currents: “Torticollis” Website. and iTunes.
  • Patient doing the twist [their neck] and shout? Is this an emergency? Or just inconvenient?


110. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Pedi Emergencies/Urgencies/And Things That Can Wait” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • When you don’t have Ortho in-house and you’re all by yourself in the community, how quickly do you need to get the kiddo to the Ortho doc?


111. 🔊 (35 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Please STOP Limping!” Website. and iTunes.
  • An approach to the kiddo who is limping and all the lurking badness that could entail.


112. 🔊 (45 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Pediatric Elbow Injuries” Website. and iTunes.
  • Kids are pretty creative, especially when it comes to all the ways they can injure their elbows.


 113: 📑 ( 130 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 140 “Musculoskeletal Disorders in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 915-934)


114. 🔊 (150 Minutes): EMCases: “Pediatric Orthopedics” Website. and iTunes.
  • Basically all the ways kids can break and all the ways that you can miss it and cause them permanent issues. No pressure.




Pedi Derm: Let’s Be Honest… It’s Probably Scabies.

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115. 🗞 (10 Minutes): Don’t Forget The Bubbles: “Measles” Website
  • Wait, don’t we have a vaccine for that? Why would anybody have measles in 2017? #2017probs #peoplecray


116. 🗞 (10 Minutes): Don’t Forget the Bubbles: “Neonatal Dermatology: The Rashes You Shouldn’t Ignore” Website
  • Rash. Gross. Is it Scabies? Is it Neisseria? Is it Scabies? Probably Scabies. But which rashes are really bad (Other than Scabies)?


117. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRAP: “Hand Foot and Mouth Disease” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • The disease your patient is pretty sure you’re just making up since that can’t be a real name.


118. 🗞 (15 Minutes): Don’t Forget the Bubbles: “Passing the TORCH” Website
  • Don’t get burned by a TORCH…. ba-dum-dum-tssss


119. 🔊 (35 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Vaccine Preventable Illness: Part Two” Website. and iTunes.
  • But wait, there’s more!


120. 🔊 (40 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “Vaccine Preventable Illness: Part One” Website. and iTunes.
  • It’s too bad we don’t have a way to stop life threatening diseases like polio….such a shame…. wish there were a vaccine or something for really awful diseases…..


121: 📑 ( 50 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 142 “Rashes in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 953-958)


122: 📑 ( 120 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 141 “Rashes in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 934-953)




Pedi Endocrine: Bamboozling BMP’s

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123: 📑 ( 45 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 145 “Diabetes in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 983-987)


124: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 144 “Metabolic Emergencies in Infants and Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 977-983)


125. 🗞 (110 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Evidence Based Management of Metabolic Emergencies in the Pediatric Emergency Department” Website
  • When should you suspect a metabolic problem? What workup should you do emergently and what can be done in clinic?


 126: 📑 ( 150 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 143 “Oncologic and Hematologic Emergencies in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 958-977)


(For More on Metabolic and Electrolyte Derangement, See the Endocrine and Metabolic Block)

(For More Heme-Onc, See the Heme-Onc Block)



Vulnerable and At Risk

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127. 🔊 (20 Minutes): CrackCast: “Child Maltreatment” Website. and iTunes.
  • What patterns and signs can help you sense out which children are at risk for abuse? Because the only thing sadder than child abuse? Missing child abuse and discharging them to an unsafe home.


128. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Down syndrome Emergencies” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)
  • All the ways the Down syndrome patient is a little unique and how you should be ready to manage those nuances.


129. 🔊 (35 Minutes): Pediatric Emergency Playbook “The Technologically Dependent Child in the ED” Website. and iTunes.
  • Trachs. VP shunts. PEG tubes and all the other gadgets and gizmos galore that can go wrong in the pediatric patient.


130. 🔊 (35 Minutes): PEM Playbook “The Higher Tech Kid in the ED” Website. and iTunes.
  • Just when you thought PEG tubes were fancy…. how about Vagus nerve stimulators? Intrathecal pumps? Ventricular assist devices? They’re out there and headed your way!


131: 📑 ( 50 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 147 “Behavioral Disorders in Children”. (8th Edition: Pages 994-999)


 132: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 146 “The Child With Special Healthcare Needs”. (8th Edition: Pages 987-994)


133: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 147 “Child Abuse and Neglect”. (8th Edition: Pages 999-1005)


134. 🔊 (60 Minutes): PEM:ED “Child Abuse” Website. and iTunes.
  • “Ugly live up on the inside. Ugly be a hurtful, mean person” -The Help