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Algorithms to Manage Common and Rare Pediatric Conditions - Keep Kids Healthy Pain Assessment, Hemolytic Anemia, Kawasaki Disease, Turner Syndrome, Severe Eczema, Doctor Stuff, Decision Tree, Congenital Heart Defect

Algorithms to Manage Common and Rare Pediatric Conditions - Keep Kids Healthy

From an elevated ANA to a child with recurrent fractures, these evidence based clinical pathways, guidelines, and algorithms can help pediatricians figure out what's the best next step for their patients.

Molluscum BOTE Sign: A Predictor of Imminent Resolution | American Academy of Pediatrics Signs Of Inflammation, Doctor Stuff, American Academy Of Pediatrics, Emergency Department, Bacterial Infection

Molluscum BOTE Sign: A Predictor of Imminent Resolution

Molluscum contagiosum is a common self-limited viral skin infection. The course of the infection often includes tender, crusted, erythematous lesions that prompt suspicion for bacterial infection. However, these signs of inflammation represent a host response that often precedes resolution of the viral disease, rather than bacterial superinfection, and do not require additional antibacterial treatment. We present a case report and retrospective review of 7 additional cases to characterize…

Tropimed - Travel Medicine Support System Doctor Stuff, Travel Report, Yellow Fever

Travel Medicine Support System

tropimed est le programme de médecine de voyage donnant des conseils sur la vaccination et la prévention des maladies tropicales, paludisme, fièvre jaune...

Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Infantile Hemangiomas Doctor Stuff, American Academy Of Pediatrics, Early Intervention, Infancy, High Risk, Primary Care, Pharmacology, Caregiver

Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Infantile Hemangiomas

Infantile hemangiomas (IHs) occur in as many as 5% of infants, making them the most common benign tumor of infancy. Most IHs are small, innocuous, self-resolving, and require no treatment. However, because of their size or location, a significant minority of IHs are potentially problematic. These include IHs that may cause permanent scarring and disfigurement (eg, facial IHs), hepatic or airway IHs, and IHs with the potential for functional impairment (eg, periorbital IHs), ulceration (that…

Guidance for treating opioid affected mothers and their infants Doctor Stuff, Infants, Mothers, Treats, Young Children, Sweet Like Candy, Goodies, Baby, Sweets

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Guidance for treating opioid affected mothers and their infants

Carol Foster, MD Vertigo Treatment For anyone experiencing mild vertigo. Giving it a try as my worthless doctor refused to even do the specific testing to confirm it's vertigo I've been suffering from since a major car accident. Health Tips, Health And Wellness, Health And Beauty, Health Fitness, Health Benefits, Health Care, Get Healthy, Healthy Life, Healthy Meals

Carol Foster, MD Vertigo Treatment Oct 11

Now available – Overcoming Positional VertigoDr. Carol has written a book to answer the many questions about this. Check it out here: http://bit.ly/2Sz4Og4Vi...

Vegetable Gardening Videos Vegetable Biryani made in Instant Pot within 30 minutes! Indian instant pot recipe made with basmati rice, vegetables and warm spices, cooked in instant pot. Biryani, Enchiladas, Uv Light Bulbs, Instant Pot, Strawberry Compote, Strawberry Bread, Strawberry Pretzel, No Flour Pancakes, Coconut Pancakes

Direct Primary Care Frontier

DPC Frontier is dedicated to defending & growing the DPC movement. Our goal is to serve as a legal, regulatory, and growth resource for DPC practices.

Looking from the top down, the grooved director lifts the tongue out of the way, isolating the posterior tongue tie Breastfeeding Nutrition, Anatomy, Ties, Bobby, Doctor Stuff, Parents, Public Health, Speech Therapy, Catcher

The Misunderstanding of Posterior Tongue Tie Anatomy and Release Technique — DrGhaheri.com

When medical providers and parents hear the phrase “tongue tie”, they most commonly picture a tight anterior tongue tie, where the tip of the tongue is tacked down to the floor of the mouth. I have previously described the difference between anterior and posterior tongue tie (PTT) but the concept

EB Medicine publishes cutting-edge evidence-based CME, used by over emergency clinicians for practical diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Nih Stroke Scale, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Scores, Trauma, Doctor Stuff, Head Injury, Therapy, Health

Emergency Medicine CME | Evidence-Based Excellence | EB Medicine

EB Medicine publishes cutting-edge evidence-based CME, used by over 15,000 emergency clinicians for practical diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

EB Medicine publishes cutting-edge evidence-based CME, used by over emergency clinicians for practical diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Nih Stroke Scale, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Scores, Trauma, Doctor Stuff, Head Injury, Therapy, Health

Emergency Medicine CME | Evidence-Based Excellence | EB Medicine

EB Medicine publishes cutting-edge evidence-based CME, used by over 15,000 emergency clinicians for practical diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

Realtime MRI of neck extension from Chris Kelly Doctor Stuff, Extensions, Hair Extensions, Sew Ins, Hair Weaves

Realtime MRI of neck extension from Chris Kelly @chrisck

Managing Negative Online Reviews Doctor Stuff, Online Reviews

Managing Negative Online Reviews

Minimize_Measles_Transmission_in_Healthcare_settings Doctor Stuff, Minimalism, Health Care, Health

Minimize_Measles_Transmission_in_Healthcare_settings

9 ways doctors have it worse than everyone else - funny memes Doctor Stuff, Gender Pay Gap, Primary Care Physician, Physician Assistant, Financial Success, Nurse Practitioner, Third Way, Everyone Else, Economics

Medical Economics

Table of Contents and articles for the latest issue of Medical Economics