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PEM Currents is a evidence-based podcast focused on the care of ill and injured children in the Emergency Department. The host is Brad Sobolewski, author of PEMBlog.com and an Associate Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati.

PEM Currents: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast Brad Sobolewski

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PEM Currents is a evidence-based podcast focused on the care of ill and injured children in the Emergency Department. The host is Brad Sobolewski, author of PEMBlog.com and an Associate Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati.

    Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis

    Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis

    Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis results from progressive thickening of the pyloric muscle, which leads to gastric outlet obstruction and vomiting in newborns. It is a can’t miss diagnosis and one of the most common surgical problems in newborns. Learn more about the diagnosis and management in this episode of PEM Currents: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast.







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    References







    Kapoor R et al. Prevalence and descriptive epidemiology of infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis in the United States: A multistate, population-based retrospective study, 1999-2010. Birth Defects Res 2019; 111:159.







    Tutay et al. Electrolyte profile of pediatric patients with hypertrophic pyloric stenosis. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2013 Apr;29(4):465-8. doi: 10.1097/PEC.0b013e31828a3006.

    • 11 Min.
    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 4: Salicylates

    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 4: Salicylates

    This is episode four of season one of the Toxicology series that Suzan Mazor, the Medical Director for Toxicology at Seattle Children’s, and I are putting together. This episode focuses on a worrisome intentional and accidental ingestion – salicylates. Learn about diagnosis, management, and more!







    I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To claim CME & ABP MOC Part 2, visit Cincinnati Children’s Online Courses and search ‘PEM Currents’.







    PEMBlog.com







    Follow me on Twitter @PEMTweets







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    References







    Toce, Burns. The Poisoned Pediatric Patient. Pediatrics in Review May 2017, 38 (5) 207-220; DOI: 10.1542/pir.2016-0130







    Calello, Henretig. Pediatric Toxicology: Specialized Approach to the Poisoned Child. Emerg Med Clin N Am 32 (2014) 29–52







    Barrueto et al. Updates in the General Approach to the Pediatric Poisoned Patient. Pediatric Clinics. VOLUME 60, ISSUE 5, P1203-1220, OCTOBER 01, 2013. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pcl.2013.06.002







    Palmer, Clegg. Salicylate Toxicity. N Engl J Med 2020; 382:2544-2555. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMra2010852.

    • 14 Min.
    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 3: Acetaminophen

    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 3: Acetaminophen

    This is episode three of season one of the Toxicology series that Suzan Mazor, the Medical Director for Toxicology at Seattle Children’s, and I are putting together. This episode focuses on one of the most common intentional ingestions – Acetaminophen.







    For those of you from across the ocean – this episode tackles paracetamol, and for you chemists out there, N-acetyl-p-aminophenol (APAP).







    Suzan reviews toxicity and management and perhaps this one will help you care for an upcoming patient, and get a couple of questions right on your boards.







    I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To claim CME & ABP MOC Part 2, visit Cincinnati Children’s Online Courses and search ‘PEM Currents’.







    PEMBlog.com







    Follow me on Twitter @PEMTweets







    Check out the Facebook page







    References







    Toce, Burns. The Poisoned Pediatric Patient. Pediatrics in Review May 2017, 38 (5) 207-220; DOI: 10.1542/pir.2016-0130







    Calello, Henretig. Pediatric Toxicology: Specialized Approach to the Poisoned Child. Emerg Med Clin N Am 32 (2014) 29–52







    Barrueto et al. Updates in the General Approach to the Pediatric Poisoned Patient. Pediatric Clinics. VOLUME 60, ISSUE 5, P1203-1220, OCTOBER 01, 2013. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pcl.2013.06.002

    • 13 Min.
    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 2: Decontamination and Elimination

    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 2: Decontamination and Elimination

    This is episode 2 of season one of the Toxicology series that Suzan Mazor, the Medical Director for Toxicology at Seattle Children’s, and I are putting together. This follow up episode focuses on a decontamination and elimination in the poisoned pediatric patient and offers many pearls that will serve as a foundation for upcoming episodes – including why Ipecac is no longer prescribed to every 4 month old!







    I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To claim CME & ABP MOC Part 2, visit Cincinnati Children’s Online Courses and search ‘PEM Currents’.







    Follow me on Twitter @PEMTweets







    Check out the Facebook page







    References







    Toce, Burns. The Poisoned Pediatric Patient. Pediatrics in Review May 2017, 38 (5) 207-220; DOI: 10.1542/pir.2016-0130







    Calello, Henretig. Pediatric Toxicology: Specialized Approach to the Poisoned Child. Emerg Med Clin N Am 32 (2014) 29–52







    Barrueto et al. Updates in the General Approach to the Pediatric Poisoned Patient. Pediatric Clinics. VOLUME 60, ISSUE 5, P1203-1220, OCTOBER 01, 2013. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pcl.2013.06.002

    • 12 Min.
    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 1: General approach to the poisoned patient

    Toxicology Season 1 Episode 1: General approach to the poisoned patient

    This is episode 1 of season one of the Toxicology series that Suzan Mazor, the Medical Director for Toxicology at Seattle Children’s, and I are putting together. This premiere episode focuses on a solid general approach to the poisoned pediatric patient and offers many pearls that will serve as a foundation for upcoming episodes.







    I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To claim CME & ABP MOC Part 2, visit Cincinnati Children’s Online Courses and search ‘PEM Currents’.







    Follow me on Twitter @PEMTweets







    Check out the Facebook page







    References







    Osterhoudt KC, Burns Ewald M, Shannon M, Henretig FM. Toxicologic emergencies. In: Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 5th ed, Fleisher GR, Ludwig S, Henretig FM (Eds), Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia 2000. p.951.







    Toce et al. The poisoned pediatric patient. Pediatrics in Review May 2017, 38 (5) 207-220; DOI: https://doi.org/10.1542/pir.2016-0130

    • 17 Min.
    Mastoiditis

    Mastoiditis

    Does mastoiditis always present with the classic triad of swelling behind the ear, otalgia, and protrusion of the auricle? Do you need to get a CT to make the diagnosis? What is the exact relationship with acute otitis media? Can swimmer’s ear turn into mastoiditis? These questions and more are why I recorded this episode of PEM Currents: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast.







    PEMBlog.com







    @PEMTweets on Twitter







    The Facebook page







    References







    Geva et al. Conservative management of acute mastoiditis in children. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2008;72(5):629.







    Groth et al. Acute mastoiditis in children aged 0-16 years–a national study of 678 cases in Sweden comparing different age groups. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2012;76(10):1494.







    Leskinen et al. Complications of acute otitis media in children. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep. 2005;5(4):308.







    Thompson et al. Effect of antibiotics for otitis media on mastoiditis in children: a retrospective cohort study using the United kingdom general practice research database. Pediatrics. 2009;123(2):424.







    van den Aardweg  et al. A systematic review of diagnostic criteria for acute mastoiditis in children. Otol Neurotol. 2008;29(6):751. 

    • 15 Min.

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