Category Name: In the Literature

In the Literature

Laryngeal Fracture

Few things are more synonymous with pediatric emergency care than “throat pain” and “trauma.” If you are seeing children in the ED right now, I’m sure there is one complaining of sore throat and another has had a recent traumatic injury.

In the Literature

Journal Feed Weekly Wrap-Up

Journal Feed covers three practice-changing articles: management of low-velocity gunshot wounds to the extremities, CT with IV contrast for kidney stones, and risk of serious bacterial infection in COVID+ febrile infants.

In the Literature

Journal Feed Weekly Wrap-Up

Journal Feed looks at hypothermia in infants with sepsis, ketamine-only intubation, and duration of treatment for pediatric community-acquired pneumonia.

In the Literature

Journal Feed Weekly Wrap-Up

Clay brings you 3 great studies on thoracotomy technique, antibiotics for diverticulitis, and crotalid envenomation treatment.

In the Literature

Journal Feed Weekly Wrap-Up

Journal Feeds covers GCS 8 and intubation, RBC transfusion in acute MI, and oxygen targets in critically ill patients.

In the Literature

Journal Feed Weekly Wrap-Up

This week Clay covers the Canadian TIA score, VA ECMO for massive PE with cardiac arrest, and the 10 commandments of EM.