A Pediatric Podcast here to feed pediatric knowledge food to your adult-sized brain hole & provide weight-based dosings of fun.
Sickle Cell Disease in Adolescence: Growing Pains
Smells Like Heme Spirit with Dr. Lydia P****r -- Learn all about Sickle Cell Disease and the pediatric to adult transition in care from Dr. Lydia P****r, a sickle cell doctor for young adults practicing at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In this episode we cover diagnosing sickle cell, detecting and managing complications, and the major treatments, including new drugs and bone marrow transplants. We’ll start with the basics and build up to expertise!
Community Acquired Pneumonia: The Alveoli Strike Back
Join us on a voyage of diagnosis, triage, and treatment of community-acquired pneumonia! Dr. Susan Lipsett delves into the nuances of triaging patients, teasing out viral versus bacterial pneumonia, and choosing the right antibiotic.
Race Correction in the UTI Guidelines: A Companion Episode w/ Dr. Pat Poitevien (@DocPatTeachOne)
This short companion episode to our Pediatric UTI episode dives deeper into the race correction factor present in the UTI guidelines.Dr. Pat Poitevien breaks down why it is important for academic medicine to be thinking critically about race as a social construct, how race-based medicine may cause more harm than benefit, and the next steps for how to move forward in a curious, engaged, and evidence-based manner.
UTIs: Pearls of Liquid Gold
If you’re hoping to catch a clean episode covering a common childhood infection, urine luck! This special segment covers an evidence-based approach to urinary tract infection (UTI) featuring Dr. Ken Roberts. He is an educator, clinician, and leader in pediatrics. He is also the lead author of both the 2011 AAP UTI guidelines and the upcoming AAP febrile infant guidelines. Listen as wee discuss cloudy diagnostic dilemmas and whiz through the appropriate management of UTI.
Anaphylaxis: All You Need to Know
Wondering about how anaphylaxis presents in kids and how to give an epinephrine auto-injector to an infant? We chat with Dr. Julie Brown, a pediatric emergency medicine attending physician at Seattle Children's Hospital, about anaphylaxis, a common pediatric condition that can rapidly become dangerous if not quickly recognized and treated. We also discuss food allergy, adjuncts in anaphylaxis therapy, pediatric epinephrine dosing and auto-injectors, and discharge planning.
Mastering Outpatient Asthma
Join The Cribsiders as our guest Dr. David Stukus (@AllergyKidsDoc) to discuss "all that wheezes" as he takes us on an in-depth journey through the epidemiology, diagnosis, severity, and management of pediatric asthma including the 2020 GINA treatment strategies.
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