8 episodes

Pedagogy is the art and science of teaching. In this same regard, Pediagogy was created with the goal of teaching on-the-go medical students, residents, and any other interested learners about bread-and-butter pediatrics. Pediagogy is an evidence-based podcast, reviewed by expert specialists, and made by UC Davis Children’s Hospital residents. Let’s learn about kids!

Pediagogy Lidia Park and Tammy Yau

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Pedagogy is the art and science of teaching. In this same regard, Pediagogy was created with the goal of teaching on-the-go medical students, residents, and any other interested learners about bread-and-butter pediatrics. Pediagogy is an evidence-based podcast, reviewed by expert specialists, and made by UC Davis Children’s Hospital residents. Let’s learn about kids!

    Bronchiolitis

    Bronchiolitis

    Listen to this episode’s topic on the bronchiolitis and how we manage it in the hospital!   Follow us on Twitter @Pediagogypod  This episode was written by Dr. Tammy Yau and Dr. Lidia Park with content support from Dr. Rory Kamerman-Kretzmer, Dr. Lena van der List, and Dr. Su-Ting Li. Drs. Tammy and Lidia take full responsibility for any errors or misinformation. Key points: -Bronchiolitis is seen in kids under the age of 2 and caused by RSV -Treatment is supportive including fluids, oxygen, and suction -Learn about palivizumab and other new preventive therapies against bronchiolitis  Supplemental Information: AAP 2014 guidelines: https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/134/5/e1474 Day of Illness and Outcomes in Bronchiolitis Hospitalizations: https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/146/5/e20201537/75296/Day-of-Illness-and-Outcomes-in-Bronchiolitis 

    • 10 min
    BRUE

    BRUE

    Today we talk about BRUE – brief, resolved, unexplained, events – and try to breakdown what it is and what we do for low-risk versus high-risk cases.  Follow us on Twitter @Pediagogypod  This episode was written by Dr. Tammy Yau and Dr. Lidia Park with content support from Dr. Eunice Kim, Dr. Lena van der List, and Dr. Su-Ting Li. Drs. Tammy and Lidia take full responsibility for any errors or misinformation. Key points: -Brief, resolved, unexplained events in patients

    • 10 min
    DKA

    DKA

    Join us as we go through this “sweet” episode on diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) causes, presentation, and management, while learning a fun UC Davis hospital historical fact!   Follow us on Twitter @Pediagogypod  This episode was written by Dr. Tammy Yau and Dr. Lidia Park with content support from Dr. Nicole Glaser, Dr. Lena van der List, and Dr. Su-Ting Li. Drs. Tammy and Lidia take full responsibility for any errors or misinformation. Key points: -DKA presents with hyperglycemia, ketosis, and anion gap metabolic acidosis, which if severe can cause cerebral edema and CNS dysfunction -Initial management includes fluid resuscitation and IV insulin -Learn about the 2 bag system for DKA -There is a rule to correct for hyponatremia in hyperglycemia -Learn about how to manage potassium, bicarbonate, and phosphorus in DKA  Supplemental information: Pediatrics in Review 2019 DKA: https://publications.aap.org/pediatricsinreview/article-abstract/40/8/412/35321/Diabetic-Ketoacidosis?redirectedFrom=fulltext 

    • 13 min
    Maintenance fluids

    Maintenance fluids

    In this episode, listeners will learn about the intricacies of how the AAP guidelines came to be on maintenance intravenous fluids for pediatric patients. Get ready to learn about the 4-2-1 rule and breakdown some misconceptions about fluids based on adult data!  Follow us on Twitter @Pediagogypod  This episode was written by Dr. Tammy Yau and Dr. Lidia Park with content support from Dr. Alexis Toney, Dr. Lena van der List, and Dr. Su-Ting Li. Drs. Tammy and Lidia take full responsibility for any errors or misinformation. Key points: -Remember the 4-2-1 rule for calculating maintenance fluids in children -Use of hypotonic fluids is based on historical data in healthy children -Data now supports use of isotonic fluids like NS or LR to reduce risk of hyponatremia and SIADH -Newer data may support LR over NS  Supplemental information AAP 2018 Maintenance Fluid Guidelines: https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/142/6/e20183083/37529/Clinical-Practice-Guideline-Maintenance 

    • 10 min
    Type 1 diabetes

    Type 1 diabetes

    Learn how to be a mini-endocrinologist as we talk about how to differentiate Type 1 from Type 2 diabetes and how to create a starter insulin regimen, among other things in today's podcast!  Follow us on Twitter @Pediagogypod  This episode was written by Dr. Tammy Yau and Dr. Lidia Park with content support from Dr. Caroline Schulmeister, Dr. Lena van der List, and Dr. Su-Ting Li. Drs. Tammy and Lidia take full responsibility for any errors or misinformation. Key points: -There are specific clinical criteria for diabetes -There are some differences to help distinguish between type 1 versus type 2 diabetes -Learn about how to manage diabetes on the inpatient floor, including how to calculate total daily insulin dose, correction factors, and carbohydrate ratios.  Supplemental information: Pediatrics in Review 2013: https://publications.aap.org/pediatricsinreview/article-abstract/34/5/203/34790/Type-1-Diabetes-Mellitus?redirectedFrom=fulltext American Diabetes Association 2018 Position Statement: https://diabetesjournals.org/care/article/41/9/2026/40739/Type-1-Diabetes-in-Children-and-Adolescents-A 

    • 13 min
    Type 2 diabetes

    Type 2 diabetes

    Got diabetes? Well, which one? With rising childhood obesity rates, we’re getting more of a mix of both! Today we talk about type 2 diabetes and how management can include both medications and lifestyle management.  Follow us on Twitter @Pediagogypod  This episode was written by Dr. Tammy Yau and Dr. Lidia Park with content support from Dr. Caroline Schulmeister, Dr. Lena van der List, and Dr. Su-Ting Li. Drs. Tammy and Lidia take full responsibility for any errors or misinformation. Key points: -First line management is insulin when in DKA -First line management is lifestyle modification and metformin when not in DKA -Consider adding insulin and GLP-1 agonists if still in poor control  Supplemental Information AAP guidelines 2013: https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/131/2/364/31847/Management-of-Newly-Diagnosed-Type-2-Diabetes AAFP guidelines 2018: https://www.aafp.org/afp/2018/1101/p590.html ISPAD guidelines 2018: https://www.ispad.org/page/ISPADGuidelines2018 

    • 8 min

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Amazing podcast!

Thank you for making resident access to evidence based guidelines so much easier!

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