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Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 22 February 2016

Illustration showing yellow mucus secretions in the primary bronchi of an infant.

Last reviewed: February 22, 2016

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 10 February 2016

Illustration of a baby in a supine position with arms at its side and a pillow under the mid-section to elevate the body 10 degrees above the head.

Last reviewed: February 10, 2016

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 10 February 2016

Illustration of a baby in a left lateral decubitus position with the head elevated 10 degrees.

Last reviewed: February 10, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 10 February 2016

Illustration of a baby in a left lateral decubitus position with the right arm raised above the head and a pillow under the midsection to elevate the body 10 degrees above the head.

Last reviewed: February 10, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 10 February 2016

Illustration of a baby in a supine position with arms at its side.

Last reviewed: February 10, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 10 February 2016

Illustration of a baby in a prone position with arms raised above the head and a pillow under the midsection to elevate the body 10 degrees above the head.

Last reviewed: February 10, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 10 February 2016

Illustration of a baby in a right lateral decubitus position with left arm raised above the head and a pillow under the thoracic region to elevate the body 10 degrees above the head.

Last reviewed: February 10, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 1 February 2016

Illustration of inline traction of neck.

Last reviewed: February 1, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 1 February 2016

An illustration of the trachea, bronchus and lungs with hypoplasia of the left lung.

Last reviewed: February 1, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 1 February 2016

Palpating the dorsalis pedis pulse in a baby’s right foot.

Last reviewed: February 1, 2016.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 17 December 2015

Anterior view of school-age patient with full face mask for noninvasive positive-pressure ventilation (NPPV). Complete with elbow, swivel and flexible tubing.  

Last reviewed on December 17, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 17 December 2015

Anterior view of preschool age patient with face mask for noninvasive bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) ventilation. Complete with elbow, swivel and flexible tubing.  

Last reviewed:  December 17, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 17 December 2015

Various electrocardiogram waveforms seen with potassium abnormalities.  

Last reviewed: December 17, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of a subpulmonary or conal ventricular septal defect (VSD), one of the five subcategories of VSDs that rarely closes on its own.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of a muscular ventricular septal defect (VSD), the most common of the five subcategories of VSDs.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of an atrioventricular canal or endocardial cushion ventricular septal defect (VSD), one of the five subcategories of VSDs.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of a (peri)membranous ventricular septal defect (VSD), the second most common of the five subcategories of VSDs.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 6 November 2015

Coronal view of brain with right sided subgaleal shunt.

 

Last reviewed: November 6, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 6 November 2015

Anterior view of infant patient with nasal mask for noninvasive continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Complete with elbow, swivel and flexible tubing.

Last reviewed: November 6, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 23 October 2015

Anterior cross section of pediatric scalp, skull, meninges and brain.

 

Last reviewed: October 23, 2015.