Talking about ventilating a child using bag and mask, the way I go about conscious sedations and how I get ready, and recognizing the fact that some rules were meant to be broken. Check out this episode!
My former scribe, Victoria, who is now an astute medical student and I discuss an evidence based approach to the treatment and management of anaphylactic reaction. Check out this episode!
I love my job but rule number 64 is so important as a person, father and husband. I also discuss the importance of listening and paying attention to the PMH and HPI and why a chest x ray is a good idea on that child who had Pneumonia so many times Check out this episode!
Probably one of the most researched diseases in Pediatrics. Bronchiolitis is an issue for us PEM physicians every winter. Here is my approach to the wheezing child with bronchiolitis. Check out this episode!
As an Emergency Physician, my biggest concern (and the first thing I need to address) is the airway. I like to think of the Pediatric airway as simple. Upper and lower. Viral croup is a very common upper airway obstruction. Check out this episode!
We all want to work in an ED that is running smoothly. We all want to have good relationships with our consultants and none of us want to see the same patient two days in a row. These rules help with all those issues. Check out this episode!
Some more helpful rules to help you communicate to worried parents, consultants and trainees. I use these every day with great success, Most of the time Check out this episode!
Communicating effectively to your colleagues, trainees, consultants and patients is a key element of what I do. Effective communication drives better patient care, patient satisfaction and simply makes the day better Check out this episode!
My personal experience is that rashes often intimidate us EM providers. I know that because I often work with trainees who get a bit nervous when they see a child with a rash. I encourage them to think of a child with a rash the way they think of any other patient. This episode is all about my approach to …
What is the right thing to do? When does a leader take “time off” Here are some more PEM rules, about you (the provider). These have to do with how I lead my team, mentor my trainees and treat my patients. Check out this episode!