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Evaluation And Management Of Pediatric Abdominal Trauma
Mar 2008
These injuries can be potentially life threatening; therefore, physicians who manage pediatric trauma must have a complete understanding and systematic approach to the presentation, evaluation, and initial management of pediatric patients with blunt abdominal trauma.
Jaundice: An Emergency Department Approach To Diagnosis And Management
Mar 2008
This issue of Emergency Medicine Practice provides a systematic approach to wide complex tachycardia.
Gastroenteritis: An Evidence-Based Approach To Typical Vomiting, Diarrhea, And Dehydration
Dec 2004
In this issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, we'll review an evidence-based approach to the evaluation and management of children with "good old" gastroenteritis.
Blunt Abdominal Trauma In Prepubertal Children ED Care In The Era Of Non-operative Management
Aug 2004
This issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice examines the evidence regarding the management of prepubertal children who may have sustained blunt abdominal trauma.
Diarrhea: Identifying Serious Illness And Providing Relief
Jul 2004
Clinical judgment based on the current evidence can help guide a cost-effective work-up of patients with diarrhea that will identify patients with more severe etiologies or at risk for complications.
Acute Abdominal Pain In Children: "Classic" Presentations Vs. Reality
Dec 2000
This issue of Emergency Medicine Practice reviews the diagnostic and management challenges associated with caring for children with abdominal pain, placing emphasis on the best available evidence from the literature.
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