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Parenting for the Pediatrician Part 1: Infant Sleep, Picky Eating, & Potty Training
Get ready for a Nap-tastic episode that will feed your parenting knowledge and potty humor! Join us and expert guest Dr. Tanya Altmann (@DrTanyaAltmann) as we unravel the secrets of infant sleep, tackle the picky eating habits of little ones, and flush out the best tips for stress-free potty training. It's a diaper-changing experience you won't want to miss!
Rapid Responses - What Can the PICU Do For You? (Part 2)
Rapid heart rate at a rapid response? Not to worry, this collaboration with PedsCrit will give you the confidence you need to take step right in. Join Dr. Nada Mallick as she takes us through Part 2 of our Rapid Response Series, highlighting calls for tachycardia in high risk patients!
Rapid Responses - What Can the PICU Do For You? (Part 1)
Rapid heart rate at a rapid response? Not to worry, this collaboration with PedsCrit will give you the confidence you need to take step right in. Join Dr. Nada Mallick as she takes us through Part 1 of our Rapid Response Series, highlighting calls for both respiratory distress and hypotension!
Saltshakers and Stethoscopes: A Practical Approach to Hyponatremia
Renowned pediatric nephrologist, Michelle Starr, returns to the podcast to help unravel and simplify the approach to pediatric hyponatremia, providing valuable insights into diagnosis and treatment strategies. Tune in to elevate your salt game to the next level!
Acne – Don’t Break Out!
Don’t “break out” from the stress of treating acne! In this episode, pediatric dermatologist Dr. Brandi Kenner-Bell teaches us about the age distribution of acne, practical lifestyle tips to give patients, and how to step up therapy like a pro.
Overuse Injuries Part 2 - The Shoulder Bone’s Connected to the Arm Bone!
Little league shoulder and gymnast’s wrist are extremely common diagnoses that can profoundly impact your patient’s training. Tune into this episode as Dr. Conde makes a comeback to walk us through the proper diagnosis and treatment of these overuse injuries.
Get your own labs then 😂
Just started listening to the pod, love it, learning a lot. I’m an RN at peds hospital. Heard the quip about us drawing labs off the IV. If you don’t get a good discard then obviously the labs will be off. However, our go to on 99% of labs is to get them off the IV as to avoid unnecessary and frankly extremely difficult sticks, especially on kids like this who are likely dehydrated and have terrible veins. So if you want all your sticks to be straight ones we will gladly show you where the needles are. Until then, just make sure you get a good discard. Signed - an RN who’s entire hospital gets labs off of IVs. TY! Love ya.
Informative, helpful, and a dose of laughter as well!
New peds primary care NP here and find these episodes so helpful! Interesting, informative, evidence-based, and funny! A must listen for anyone working in peds! Thank you for providing this information!