Some good rules about musculoskeletal chief complaints, how they relate to previous rules, how to always improve your skills and a reminder to think outside the box. Check out this episode!
Pediatric Orthopedics is probably the subspecialty I consult most often and Dr. Sean Keyes is one of my favorites consultants to talk to. In this discussion I pick his brain about some important Pediatric Ortho principles. Check out this episode!
Why I don’t recommend you ever run in the ER. How to spend your money during your training and how a doctor should really worry. Check out this episode!
Though Infectious Diseases is not a very common subspecialty I consult from the ED, it is still one of my favorites. Great discussion with Dr. Levent about vaccination, fever and when antibiotics is truly needed. Check out this episode!
Sometimes there is just nothing to lose, so why not try? What do you do when you make mistakes? And how do you deal with the chaos of the ED? Check out this episode!
This is how I make sure the abdomen is not surgical, what helps me with the disposition of children with bronchiolitis and how do I decide what ET tube size I need. Check out this episode!
Some of my favorite patients are those newborns with new parents who have many questions and concerns. I try to address the acute concerns of that encounter and take care of the issue (whatever it may be) but I always take the 10 minutes to give those parents my “Newborn Talk”. Check out this episode!
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!