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We were all hoping for an uneventful start to the school year, but the Delta variant of SARS-CoV2 had other plans. Join the Cribsiders with pediatrician and public health expert, Dr. Josh Sharfstein, to break down the situation we are in, what we need to do to keep kids safe, and how to advocate for children’s health on both an individual and socie…
 
Dr. Rhonda Acholonu and Dr. John Morrison join us from the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Conference 2021 to discuss the top articles in pediatric hospital medicine over the past year. Get ready for a ton of high yield, practicing changing content on everything from BRUE to MISC-C treatment to gender disparities in pediatric hospital medicine leadersh…
 
Is it growing pains, a bad infection, or could it be something more sinister? Join us to learn the ins and outs of childhood leukemia with Dr. Tanya Watt. On this episode we learn about the risk factors, early symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of children with various types of leukemia. Dr. Watt also teaches us about best practices for …
 
Join the Cribsiders team as we unroof a serious diagnosis that you don't want to miss. We discuss perinatal prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of herpes simplex virus and how it can affect the newborn with neonatology expert, Dr. Chris Golden. Christopher Golden. MD, is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School o…
 
Join us to learn about pediatric HIV infection at all stages of childhood. Our guest, Allison Agwu, M.D., ScM is Professor of Adult and Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. We cover neonatal HIV prophylaxis, diagnosis, and treatment, acute retroviral syndrome, pre-exposure HIV prophyla…
 
Learn about single ventricle physiology and more with Dr. Mike Fahey, chief of pediatric cardiology at the University of Massachusetts and director of their pediatric residency program. We discuss how congestive heart failure presents in children, various forms of congenital heart disease, and how to approach these patients when they present to the…
 
Gender affirming care-- time to refer your patient? Think again! Primary care pediatrician, Professor of Pediatrics at Brown Medicine, and Gender and Sexuality expert Dr. Michelle Forcier MD, MPH introduces us to practicing a patient-centered consent-based model of gender affirming care in the primary care setting. Dr. Forcier teaches us how to use…
 
Need to close a major “gap” in your Diabetic Ketoacidosis knowledge? Look no further than our conversation with diabetes expert and repeat guest, Dr. Hussein Abdullatif, a dedicated multiple-award-winning clinician-educator at UAB. Join us as Dr. Abdullatif walks us through the diagnosis, management, and social implications surrounding DKA.…
 
If you’re looking to bring your clinical game to the next level, look no further than this next episode where we’ll discuss three huge areas of medical overuse. By the end of the episode, you’ll know pneumonia, cellulitis, blood cultures, and more than you’d ever expect about constipation. We welcome Drs. Leonard Feldman and Carrie Herzke back to t…
 
We’re ear with a new episode with on acute otitis media joined by guest Dr. Eric Baum, a pediatric otolaryngologist in Connecticut. In this episode, we discuss important physical exam findings used to diagnose acute otitis media, as well as the role of pneumatic otoscopy in performing ear exams. Dr. Baum also tells us about treatment options for ac…
 
Jump into pediatric mild traumatic brain injury with our guest, Dr. Angela Lumba Brown, a pediatric emergency medicine physician and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, and Neurosurgery at Stanford University. In this episode, we talk about the diagnosis of mild traumatic brain injury, when to get neuroimaging for head trauma, an…
 
In this episode, we cover the full spectrum from febrile seizures all the way to status epilepticus with Dr. John Gaitanis, a pediatric neurologist who specializes in care for children with epilepsy. Dr. Gaitanis teaches us what to look out for on neurologic exam, how to counsel families about safety precautions, and the differential diagnosis for …
 
Answer all your burning questions (and your patients’ burning questions) about the different COVID-19 vaccines currently authorized in the US. Infectious diseases / HIV expert, Dr Monica Gandhi @MonicaGandhi9 (UCSF) joins us to cover: the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna novel mRNA vaccine mechanisms, trial data, and practicalities of who should receive…
 
Did you know that NOWS is the new NAS? Learn more about the new AAP Clinical Report on Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome with lead author Dr. Stephen Patrick. Dr. Patrick is the Director of the Vanderbilt Center for Child Health Policy, an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Health Policy, and an attending neonatologist at Monroe Carol Jr. Chil…
 
With a persistent fever, Kawasaki Disease must be on your differential, but have you not seen many cases or had difficulty with the diagnosis? Look no further, as we bring an expert to walk us through the diagnosis and management of KD! We discuss Kawasaki Disease with Dr. Adriana Tremoulet who is the assistant director of the Kawasaki Disease Rese…
 
Are you interested in implementing Trauma-Informed Care into your pediatric practice but unsure how to start? Join us for our conversation about TIC with Dr. Heather Forkey. Dr. Forkey is the clinical director of the Foster Children Evaluation Services (FaCES), Chief of the Division of Child Protection for the UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Cent…
 
Tie on your bib and get ready for some serious knowledge food about infant nutrition with Dr. Joan Meek! We discuss normal newborn feeding and voiding patterns, the benefits of breastfeeding, and how to counsel families about their options for supplementation. Dr. Meek also tells us about some of the origins of and existing structures driving dispa…
 
Summary Ever gotten overwhelmed by all the categories of ADHD, or interpreter the scores on a Vanderbilt form? Join us with Dr. Sarah Vinson, a triple-boarded clinician in adult psychiatry, child psychiatry, and pediatrics who helps us optimize a diagnosis and management process of ADHD. What other conditions can masquerade as ADHD? Which type of s…
 
Learn all about Sickle Cell Disease and the pediatric to adult transition in care from Dr. Lydia Pecker, a sickle cell doctor for young adults practicing in Baltimore, Maryland. In this episode we cover diagnosing sickle cell, detecting and managing complications, and the major treatments, including new drugs and bone marrow transplants. We’ll star…
 
This short companion episode to our Pediatric UTI episode dives deeper into the race correction factor present in the UTI guidelines. We speak with guest Dr. Patricia Poitevien, the Program Director of Brown’s Pediatric Residency, the current President of the Association of Pediatric Program Directors, and Assistant Dean for the Office of Diversity…
 
If you’re hoping to catch a clean episode covering a common childhood infection, urine luck! This special segment covers an evidence-based approach to urinary tract infection (UTI) featuring Dr. Ken Roberts, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. He is an educator, clinician, and leader in pediatric…
 
Wondering about how anaphylaxis presents in kids and how to give an epinephrine auto-injector to an infant? We chat with Dr. Julie Brown, a pediatric emergency medicine attending physician at Seattle Children's Hospital, about anaphylaxis, a common pediatric condition that can rapidly become dangerous if not quickly recognized and treated. We also …
 
Join The Cribsiders as our guest Dr. David Stukus (@AllergyKidsDoc) to discuss "all that wheeze" as he takes us on an in-depth journey through the epidemiology, diagnosis, severity, and management of pediatric asthma. Learn everything from how to handle that wheezing kid in front of you, recommended treatment modalities before inhalers, and how to …
 
Type 1 Diabetes - this episode is definitely a sweet one! Join us for a conversation with our guest Dr. Hussein Abdullatif (UAB), covering the diagnosis, workup, and management of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. We discuss the initial lab work-up, approach to treatment, atypical presentation, and how it’s okay to eat donuts around the time of an insulin …
 
Your kid’s got a sore throat--no big deal? Think again! Listen to this episode as we wade into the depths of pediatric and adolescent pharyngitis, with the world-renowned creator of the Centor Criteria Dr. Robert Centor MD, MACP, internist and Professor-Emeritus at The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine. In this episode, we disc…
 
Four weeks after a COVID exposure, children may not be completely in the clear. MIS-C is a post-infectious inflammatory state that affects pediatric patients and can lead to heart failure, acute abdomen, and a new Kawasaki-like syndrome in older ages. We discuss the emerging evidence with expert, Dr. Adriana Tremoulet ( UCSD), who sits on the Ameri…
 
If you’re looking to bring your clinical game to the next level, look no further than this next episode where we’ll discuss three huge areas of medical overuse. By the end of the episode, you’ll know not to give antibiotics in an asthma exacerbation, discharge a well-appearing infant undergoing sepsis rule-out at 24 hours, and how to expertly use m…
 
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that schools strive to reopen in the Fall, but there is hesitation from families and teachers alike. We speak with Dr. Sharfstein, a public health expert and pediatrician, regarding the importance of reopening schools for children, what criteria need to be met prior to opening, and how to keep chi…
 
Dive into one of the most common pediatric problems, bronchiolitis, with our guest Dr. Brian Alverson, director of the Division of Hospital Medicine at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. In this episode, we review the workup of bronchiolitis, including the role of the chest x-ray, RPP, CBC, and more. We also discuss the evidence behind treatments such as …
 
Our very first Cribsiders/Curbsiders crossover episode! Learn about cystic fibrosis care across the lifespan. We dive into the diagnosis of CF (don’t lick your patients!), management of pulmonary and extrapulmonary complications, and the future of CF. You’ll also get tips on CF in adolescents and young adults, as well as recognizing undiagnosed CF …
 
A new part of The Curbsiders podcast family, The Cribsiders Pediatric Podcast is here to feed pediatric knowledge food to your adult-sized brain hole & provide weight-based dosings of fun. Subscribe to get the latest episodes on core clinical topics including bronchiolitis, pharyngitis, type 1 diabetes, Things We Do For No Reason high-value care, c…
 
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