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Mizuho M. Morrison Jul 3
Kids ❤️ shoving things into their noses👃🏼For nasal FB: My fave technique: ✅ Papoose w sheet & HOB ⬆️ ✅ Balloon-tipped catheter (infant 6-French Foley) + lil lube ✅ Gently insert into nostril on septal side, go past the FB ✅ Inflate balloon & gently tug out Easy👏🏻
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Manpreet Singh - ‘Manny’ 3h
Got a limping kid? ▶️ Remember the STOP LIMPING mnemonic via
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Pediatric Imaging 9h
School ager with lower back+left buttock pain+limp Lateral radiograph shows expansile lesion in S2 vertebral body. T2 MRI shows lesion to be well defined with fluid-fluid levels Diagnosis: aneurysmal bone cyst More at
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Manual Of Medicine Sep 9
A Child With a First Urinary Tract Infection .
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DFTB Team 47m
Is it time to suit up and join the future? on the role of virtual reality in education... Virtual Reality: Camilla Sorensen at DFTB19 -
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Alasdair Munro Oct 31
1/8 Another chat in CED last night about using Ibuprofen in chickenpox, and thought it would make a nice tweetorial! (for more detail check out end of thread for link to blog and podcast!) Ever heard you shouldn't given ibuprofen to kids with chickenpox?
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Gary Smart Jul 8
Love these research reviews from the DFTB team
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𝖬𝖺𝖽𝗌 𝖠𝗌𝗍𝗏𝖺𝖽 May 1
Hi Twitter ppl. Any suggestions on where to go for open access pediatric loops for purposes.
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Rachel Parish Aug 13
If the test isn’t going to change what you do then don’t do the test!
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Edward Snelson Aug 7
It's UK junior doctor changeover day! Welcome especially to all the newly qualified doctors. If you're starting in GP paeds or EM, here's a basics guide to paediatrics: # FOAMgp Strap in, enjoy the ride & scream if you want to go faster
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EastMidsFOAMed Oct 29
'Tis the season to be bronchy 👶💨 Bronchiolitis is the most common cause of hospitalisation for children under 1 year, and it's increasing year-over-year!
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Sarah E Jul 12
For those at my infographic to help you remember assessing neurology upper limbs in children... here’s some stuff I’ve developed to help with Paeds Elbows
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PEMinfographics Aug 11
From one of our medical students, Simon Byatt - on pyloric stenosis.
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PEMinfographics Sep 11
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Felix Hay Oct 19
Calling all Paeds ANP/ACP’s are looking for our thoughts on development of the RCPCH Paeds curriculum/eportfolio experience specifically for our role! Have your day here:
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Jan Elizabeth Bell Apr 15
Me: I followed that Twitter conversation, but really should re-read and synthesise an opinion from my piles of journal articles Also me: or I could just wait for someone else to do it for me
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Casey Parker Jul 3
Excellent data to support sane practice Thanks Alasdair Ping put it on the list?
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Ashley Strobel Aug 19
Making emergency departments less scary for children via
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Simon Carley May 3
More on Paed Status Epilepticus from JC: Enter Sandman – Which Agent as Second Line in Paediatric Status Epilepticus? I used Keppra this week and seemed to be easier and felt less risky than Phenytoin
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Tim Montrief 7h
RT emdocsdotnet: The EM Educator Series: Think Twice About Your Peds Case by EMHighAK long_brit MPrizzleER EMHighAK long_brit MprizzleER
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