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Episode 26: Clinical Care Tips – About You, Part 5

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Release Date: 11/22/2021

Episode 29: Interview With My Great Mentor and The Man Behind So Many of The Rules Dr. Richard Saladino show art Episode 29: Interview With My Great Mentor and The Man Behind So Many of The Rules Dr. Richard Saladino

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I had the privilege to work with Dr. Rick Saladino when I was a fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh when he served as the division chief. Rick taught me a lot of clinical medicine, research methods and most importantly he is the man behind many of the rules I now teach my residents and discuss in this podcast.

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Episode 28: Clinical Care Tips - More on MSK Chief Complaints, Improving Your Skills and Thinking Outside the Box show art Episode 28: Clinical Care Tips - More on MSK Chief Complaints, Improving Your Skills and Thinking Outside the Box

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Some good rules about musculoskeletal chief complaints, how they relate to previous rules, how to always improve your skills and a reminder to think outside the box.

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Episode 27: Interview with My Favorite Pediatric Orthopedist Dr. Sean Keyes show art Episode 27: Interview with My Favorite Pediatric Orthopedist Dr. Sean Keyes

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Pediatric Orthopedics is probably the subspecialty I consult most often and Dr. Sean Keyes is one of my favorites consultants to talk to. In this discussion I pick his brain about some important Pediatric Ortho principles.

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Episode 26: Clinical Care Tips – About You, Part 5 show art Episode 26: Clinical Care Tips – About You, Part 5

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Why I don’t recommend you ever run in the ER. How to spend your money during your training and how a doctor should really worry.

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Episode 25: Peds ID, In The ED show art Episode 25: Peds ID, In The ED

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Though Infectious Diseases is not a very common subspecialty I consult from the ED, it is still one of my favorites. Great discussion with Dr. Levent about vaccination, fever and when antibiotics is truly needed. 

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Episode 24: Clinical Care Tips - About You, Part 4 show art Episode 24: Clinical Care Tips - About You, Part 4

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Sometimes there is just nothing to lose, so why not tryi? What do you do when you make mistakes? And how do you deal with the chaos of the ED?

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Episode 23: Clinical Care Tips – Abdominal Pain, Bronchiolitis and How to Find the Right Size Endotracheal Tube show art Episode 23: Clinical Care Tips – Abdominal Pain, Bronchiolitis and How to Find the Right Size Endotracheal Tube

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This is how I make sure the abdomen is not surgical, what helps me with the disposition of children with bronchiolitis and how do I decide what ET tube size I need

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Episode 22: My Newborn Talk to Young Parents in the ED show art Episode 22: My Newborn Talk to Young Parents in the ED

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Some of my favorite patients are those newborns with new parents who have many questions and concerns. I try to address the acute concerns of that encounter and take care of the issue (whatever it may be) but I always take the 10 minutes to give those parents my “Newborn Talk”.

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Episode 21: Clinical Care Tips - Ventilation, Sedation and Breaking Some Rules show art Episode 21: Clinical Care Tips - Ventilation, Sedation and Breaking Some Rules

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Talking about ventilating a child using bag and mask, the way I go about conscious sedations and how I get ready, and recognizing the fact that some rules were meant to be broken.

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Episode 20: EBM Review with Victoria – Approach to the Child with Anaphylactic Reaction show art Episode 20: EBM Review with Victoria – Approach to the Child with Anaphylactic Reaction

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My former scribe, Victoria, who is now an astute medical student and I discuss an evidence based approach to the treatment and management of anaphylactic reaction.

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