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This issue reviews the critical steps that should be taken to manage a patient who presents with jaundice, including the history and physical examination, necessary laboratory testing, imaging, and treatment. Management of neonates, pregnant patients, and transplant patients are also reviewed.
Jaundice in the Emergency Department: Meeting the Challenges of Diagnosis and Treatment
Whether you are at the referring facility, the accepting facility, or part of the transport team, communication and coordination during emergency transport are essential to ensuring the best possible outcomes for patients.
Pediatric Emergency Transport: Communication and Coordination Are Key to Improving Outcomes
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    "Decrease use of imaging in pediatric patients with croup"
    "Consider laryngomalacia in differential diagnosis of neonatal stridor."
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    "Lower threshold for considering knee dislocation with spontaneous reduction."
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    "Feel more confident in assessing and reducing knee and hip dislocations."
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    "Be more careful exam is spontaneous reduction has occurred"
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