Urinary Tract Infections in Children

This session looks at the techniques available to collect urine samples from children in an emergency department. It discusses the evidence basis and the relative merits of each technique…

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Neonatal Nuggets Part 2: tummy troubles

This session will explore common neonatal presentations that could be safely discharged from the ED without necessarily involving the on-call paediatric team. Although, as a caveat, we would always re…

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Congenital Heart Disease

This session details the three main presentations of Congenital Heart Disease to the emergency department; shock, cyanosis and congestive heart failure.…

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Blue Baby Spell

A 21-day-old term baby presents to your emergency department in respiratory distress and appears dusky blue.…

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The Shocked Neonate

A 22-year-old lady delivers a 36-week-old baby unexpectedly at home. The baby was initially pink with an Apgar of 9, and a birth weight of 7lbs…

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Cheer up buttercup

Not one, but two teeny tiny yellow wailing babies present to your Paediatric ED! Their worried parents ask you: “why have the twins turned yellow?”…

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Mellow Yellow

What will you do when your weekend shift in the Paediatric Emergency Department turns into seeing a stream of yellow babies?…

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