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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