Adrenal Crisis, by Dr Nilesh Patel -Also known as acute adrenal insufficiency or Addisonian crisis -No universally accepted definition. Proposed Definition: Acute deterioration in health status associated with hypotension (SBP < 100) or relative hypotension (drop in 20 mmHg from […]
FEBRUARY UTI – Hima Khamar Pediatric Urinary Tract Infection By: Hima Khamar, PGY3 In a previous pediatric pearl, we discussed how to treat febrile infants below 60 days. This pearl discussed management of pediatric urinary tract infection (UTI), but also […]
Pediatric Pearl – January PAIN MANAGEMENT & VASO-OCCLUSIVE CRISIS IN SICKLE CELL DISEASE By: Hima Khamar, PGY3 & Dr. Patel, PGY16 Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common disease process we encounter in the ED. There are multiple complaints related to […]
OCTOBER Foreign Body Ingestion – Hima Khamar FOREIGN BODY INGESTION By: Hima Khamar M.D., PGY3 HISTORY WITNESSED or UNWITNESSED Time of ingestion Description of object: Size, Shape, Length, Width Sharp end, similar object for comparison Last meal time History of […]
Check out this month’s Pediatric Pearls on Bronchiolitis brought to you by our own Dr. Hima Khamar PGY-2!
CC: Can’t see for 2 months HPI: 10 year old male with no significant past medical history presents to the Emergency Dept. complaining of painless vision loss in the right eye for 2-3 months. Patient states he has been having […]
CC: “Post Surgical Pain” ; Abdominal pain HPI: 8 year old Male with PMH of Sickle Cell Disease (HbSC), Post-opt Day 10 for laparoscopic splenectomy for recurrent sequestration crises presents to the Emergency Department (ED) complaining of abdominal pain x […]
Brief review of this week’s EM Conference Pearls. Topics include pediatric congenital heart disease, EBM in EM, and Aortic Dissection!
Kids eat up your money in more ways than one. Some may eat it up in the form of $50,000 a year in college tuition and some eat it up as a meal. For coins that get stuck in the […]