We review topics in pediatrics for medical students, residents, and anyone else interested in learning more about healthcare for kids
V3E2 - Acne
Almost everyone gets acne at some point, and they all wish it would clear up. We'll talk through what causes acne and how to help your patients' skin calm down
V3E1 - Drug Ingestions & Toxicity
We're back! To kick off our third round of episodes we'll talk about some of the common medication and substance ingestions you might come across out in the world or on your next test. We'll also explain our long absence by directing you to our brand new website, pedssoup.com
V2E20 - Contraception
We're heading back into the world of adolescent medicine to talk about contraception. We'll cover OCPs, IUDs, LARCs and more to have you ready for your next exam and to keep your patients from having babies of their own until they're good and ready
V2E19 - Neonatal Respiratory Distress
Congratulations! The new baby is here! Unfortunately he's having some trouble breathing. We'll go over what's supposed to happen in the transition from breathing amniotic fluid to air and cover some of the common things that can go wrong
V2E18 - Eating Disorders & Refeeding Syndrome
Eating disorders can be tough to diagnose and even tougher to treat, so we're bringing you this episode to brush up on the basics of diagnosis and management
V2E17 - Renal Tubular Acidosis
We go through identifying and managing the major types of RTA. It took me until halfway through residency to keep them straight, here's hoping this episode gets you ahead of where I was
No frills resource for busy residents!
I like this podcast because it doesn’t waste time. The times are short and the information is concise yet covers enough to be useful. And the nerdy jokes help too
Great Med Student Resource
I love this podcast because it is concise, accurate, and enjoyable. I am on my pediatrics clerkship, and I will listen to an episode relevant to one of my patients and always sound smart on rounds by knowing the most recent guidelines. It is also great for supplementing shelf studying.
Concise and engaging
Entertaining, helpful and research driven clinical guide. Valuable for wards and the shelf.