Bad to the bone: A case of altered mental status
A 5-year-old female with no significant past medical history presented to the emergency department in 2016 with altered mental status, decreased activity, fever, and decreased oral intake. What's the diagnosis?
COVID-19 and the future of vaccinations
Dr. Tina Tan addresses the recent change that allows pharmacists to administer vaccinations to pediatric patients.
Utilizing the Pediatric Symptom Checklist
A good approach to knowing when a child needs referral for mental health evaluation, the Pediatric Symptom Checklist has evolved over the years to better screen children.
Telephone triage nurses and telemedicine providers: Key strategies for teamwork in pediatric offices
COVID-19 has brought telemedicine to the forefront of medical care. Here's some strategies that can help streamline the process, using teamwork.
Childhood wheezing may protect against future allergy
An Australian study examines how childhood wheezing can impact the development of allergies.
Consider the foreskin for syndactyly repair
Three case studies look at the efficacy of using foreskin for syndactyly repair.
Is botulinum toxin effective for treating children’s migraines?
A new study examines the efficacy of the toxin for migraine treatment in pediatrics.
Dermatologic findings associated with COVID-19 in pediatric patients
COVID-19 has been seen as primarily a disease impacting the lungs, but more of the body's systems have been shown to be impacted by the disease. Here's a look at how the disease impacts the skin.
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