EM ID is back again with Patrick Bafuma interviewing Dr. Nico Cortes-Penfeld from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He specializes in orthopedic infectious diseases. Patrick interview Nico for two discussions, with the first being clindamycin. Join back for the next discussion on septic arthritis.
It is time for another EB Medicine special. The febrile young infant can be one of the scarier patients for a variety of reasons. They are so young they are unable to communicate, they have very real and serious pathogens that can have deadly consequences, and the family as well as other individuals taking care of the patient can be nervous or scared creating increased stress. In this post, we cover EB Medicine's recent article on this topic to better improve your practice.
If you have not figured it out yet, point of care ultrasound (POCUS) is not going away anytime soon. It is a powerful tool in the hands of clinicians across the world. With its growing utilization, there are still many that are hesitant to implement it into their daily practice. In this podcast, we talk about how to encourage others to start using POCUS.
Katherine (Katie) Thompson from IPV Educators is discussing more pediatric abuse pearls. Our focus this time is on the very sensitive subject regarding examination in pediatric sexual abuse. Katie walks us through how we can interview and perform a preliminary exam before a complete exam by a forensic examiner.
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