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Episode 34: Clinical Care Tips – How to Be Ready For Intubation, How To Use Your Resources Well And Why You Should Do Things Step By Step

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Release Date: 03/14/2022

Episode 48- Clinical Care Tips – More About Mistakes, Smiling Children and the Precious IV access show art Episode 48- Clinical Care Tips – More About Mistakes, Smiling Children and the Precious IV access

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What is the best way to view mistakes and how to reap some benefits from them. How I go about "working up" smiling children and what to do first with that IV access. Please consider contributing to PEM Rules on  https://ko-fi.com/pemrules And check out   Copyright PEM Rules LLC  

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Episode 47:  Interview With My Favorite Pediatric Nephrologist, Dr. Craig Woda. show art Episode 47: Interview With My Favorite Pediatric Nephrologist, Dr. Craig Woda.

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My Nephrology professor in Medical school used to say that “The kidney is an easy organ to master, but you truly need to understand it”. My friend Craig Woda (an astute Pediatric Nephrologist) helps me better understand how we can do a better job identify nephrological issues in children. As usual, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below And make sure to check out   Copyright PEM Rules LLC  

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Special Announcement: Research Article Published and Some More show art Special Announcement: Research Article Published and Some More

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Hope you like the news I have to share and check out the link below.  As usual please check out  and consider contributing by clicking below.     Best,   Yaron Ivan PEM Rules LLC.   

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Episode 46: Applying The Rules - Thank you Jaron Smith show art Episode 46: Applying The Rules - Thank you Jaron Smith

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Jaron Smith is a PEM Fellow in Dallas Texas who applied the PEM Rules and wanted to share his story. Thank you Jaron for sharing your thoughts and thank you for your music request. 

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Episode 45: Interview with My Favorite Pediatric Cardiologist Dr. Kelvin Lee show art Episode 45: Interview with My Favorite Pediatric Cardiologist Dr. Kelvin Lee

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What are the red flags for cardiological presentations and how can we better identify children with cardiological issues in the Pediatric Emergency Department. I discuss that and more with my good friend and colleague, Dr. Kelvin Lee. As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below  

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Episode 44: Clinical Care Tips - Words of Wisdom From Dr. Bob Hickey. show art Episode 44: Clinical Care Tips - Words of Wisdom From Dr. Bob Hickey.

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Some words of wisdom I learned from Dr. Bob Hickey, one of my favorite Attendings in fellowship. A clinician and avid researcher.  As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below  

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Episode 43: My Approach to the Ill Appearing Baby show art Episode 43: My Approach to the Ill Appearing Baby

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Not particularly based on any evidence-base study I am aware of, but this is how I approach the Ill-appearing (previously well) newborn / baby in the Pediatric Emergency Department Check out the following video I created to help you remember the EKG changes of hyperkalemia  As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below      

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Episode 42: Interview with My Favorite Pediatric Intensivist, Dr. Barry show art Episode 42: Interview with My Favorite Pediatric Intensivist, Dr. Barry

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What makes a good PEM physician? (from a PICU standpoint) and how can we all work better together to benefit our patients? My former co resident, and now PICU attending Suzie Barry and I break it down. As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below  

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Episode 41: Clinical Care Tips – Some More Tips About Resuscitations and “Partially Treated Disasters” show art Episode 41: Clinical Care Tips – Some More Tips About Resuscitations and “Partially Treated Disasters”

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My nurses and my team often appreciate some of these rules and they are also the right thing to do for our patients.   As always, Please consider supporting PEM Rules by clicking below  

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Episode 40: Child Life in the Pediatric ER show art Episode 40: Child Life in the Pediatric ER

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Sometimes the people who help me the most in the ER are not even clinicians. They are the child life specialists who help my patients (and therefore me) have a better / easier experience. Jessie is one of our child life specialists who helps me be a more compassionate physician.

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It is not very often that I intubate an asthmatic but when I do I always think about PEM rule number 91. Rule Number 92 is meant to help me be more efficient and do what is right for my patients and rule number 93 helps me to things one step at a time.