120 episodes

A Pediatric Podcast here to feed pediatric knowledge food to your adult-sized brain hole & provide weight-based dosings of fun.

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    • 4.8 • 272 Ratings

A Pediatric Podcast here to feed pediatric knowledge food to your adult-sized brain hole & provide weight-based dosings of fun.

    Why Can’t Your Patient Breathe? An Exam-Driven Approach to Pediatric Respiratory Failure

    Why Can’t Your Patient Breathe? An Exam-Driven Approach to Pediatric Respiratory Failure

    Respiratory failure is one of the scariest presentations in the clinic, ED, and hospital. How do you generate a differential and plan for the child who cannot breath? Pulmonologists Dr. Powell and Dr. Wyatt describe how we can use our physical exam and an anatomic approach as a framework for diagnosis and initial management of respiratory failure in children. Next time you find yourself staring at the pulse ox reading 85% and hoping for it to change, take a peek at this schema.

    • 57 min
    Don’t Sugarcoat It - Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes

    Don’t Sugarcoat It - Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes

    Grab your Metformin and settle in for a sweet conversation as we chat with Dr. Nancy Crimmins, Pediatric Endocrinologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Dr. Crimmins tells us about when to screen for type 2 diabetes, how to diagnose and our go-to treatment options. She won’t sugarcoat it!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Cold Chill-dren! What to do with the Hypothermic Infant

    Cold Chill-dren! What to do with the Hypothermic Infant

    All is not frost, we’re back to talk through the Hypothermic Infant with Dr. Sriram Ramgopal (Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Lurie Children’s Hospital). How do we know if the baby is septic or is just two blankets short of euthermia? Dr. Ramgopal walks us through the latest research, a differential diagnosis, who needs an infectious workup,  and how much more we have to learn!

    • 51 min
    Restrictive Eating Disorders - From Assessment to Recovery

    Restrictive Eating Disorders - From Assessment to Recovery

    Eating disorders are among the most challenging and consequential mental health diagnoses in pediatric medicine. Join us and Dr. Abigail Donaldson, Medical Director of the Eating Disorders Program at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, as we tackle the complexities of anorexia nervosa and other restrictive eating disorders from a clinical perspective. Tune in as we explore assessment tools, therapeutic approaches, and collaborative strategies for managing these challenging disorders in practice.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Burning Up! Caring for Pediatric Burn Patients

    Burning Up! Caring for Pediatric Burn Patients

    Extinguish any fears you have about pediatric burns with our great guest, Dr. Tam Pham. Dr. Pham is a board-certified surgeon and Director of the University of Washington Medicine Regional Burn Center and a Professor of surgery at UW. In our episode we cover: burn classification and triage, first aid of burns, and care for burns in different clinical settings.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Parenting for the Pediatrician Part 2: Discipline and Limit Setting

    Parenting for the Pediatrician Part 2: Discipline and Limit Setting

    Unlock prescriptions for parenting success in this episode as we delve into tips to address behavior concerns! Join us and expert guest Dr. Nakiya Showell (@NShowell) as we discuss unique challenges and opportunities for addressing everything from the 'terrible twos' to teenage tumult. Tune in to learn parenting pearls tailored for the pediatric provider!

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
272 Ratings

272 Ratings

Ped in 91107 ,

Highly recommend

Love this podcast! I have been in practice for many years but I learn a great deal with each episode. Even if it is about a subspecialty subject I gain better understanding of the topic and learn when to refer and what workup is appropriate.

WilliamsVT802 ,

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.

MegPR7 ,

Love!

Informative, helpful, and a dose of laughter as well!

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