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On a regular basis, however, I am reminded of the need to maintain a sound knowledge of resuscitation of pediatric and trauma patients when those patients show up in the adult ED unexpectedly. I was often reminded of this when I worked in a community hospital ED as well.
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Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America updates those in the fields of anesthesia, critical care, and emergency medicine on the latest trends in patient management, providing a sound basis for choosing the best treatment options. Published four times a year—in February, May, August, and November—each issue covers a single topic in emergency medicine, including cardiac, pediatric, neurological, thoracic, and orthopedic emergencies, as well as trauma and toxicology.
This edition of the Emergency Medicine Clinics Podcast features discussion on the August 2021 issue on Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Issue Co-Guest Editors Mimi Lu, Ilene Claudius, Christopher S. Amato break down the article topics. Articles available at: https://bit.ly/3VeIh8v