Croup

Eighty percent of children presenting with an acute onset of stridor and a cough have croup…

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Acute Stridor

Children present commonly to the Emergency Department with stridor. Stridor is a sign of upper airway obstruction. The ED physician must be able to diagnose, initiate treatment, appropriately investig…

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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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Time for PIMS-TS

Understanding paediatric inflammatory multisystem syndrome temporally associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (PIMS-TS)…

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A Constant Cough

A 9-week-old female infant presents to Paediatric A&E at 2200 hrs with a history of coughing, difficulty in breathing, lethargy and reduced feeding.…

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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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