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Pediatric Risk Reduction: The Medical Diseases
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Pediatric Risk Reduction: The Medical Diseases - $30.00

This resource reviews aspects of emergency care for avoiding risks in treating pediatric patients, with a focus on making treatment and documentation prospective, objective, and defensible. The video walks viewers through a structured approach for diagnosing febrile children based on pre-test results and likelihood ratios. Medical diseases covered include serious infections such as pneumonia, influenza, urinary tract infections, bacteremia, meningitis, and bacterial meningitis. Risk tools and scores are introduced and explained to help clinicians narrow and expedite diagnoses.

Editor-In-Chief & Video Host

John Bedolla, MD, FACEP

Video Guest

Winnie Whitaker, MD

Included with this update:

  1. 17:33 minutes of evidence-based content
  2. Information to help you avoid risk and keep up with current guidelines and best practices in treating pediatric patients
  3. Treatment recommendations to help you determine the critical actions required when caring for febrile children who come to the emergency department
  4. A quick review of the aspects of common pediatric medical diseases and serious infections such as pneumonia, influenza, urinary tract infections, bacteremia, meningitis, and bacterial meningitis that can easily be viewed in one sitting

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