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Content Author:
Robert Sheridan
Date: 28 August 2013

Learn about the practice of burn care including its history, its organization and how burn care operates in disaster situations.

Initial publication: August 28, 2013.

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Date: 28 August 2013

Learn about the pre-intubation checklist.

Initial publication: August 28, 2013.

Last reviewed date: January 7, 2019.

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Content Author:
Robert Sheridan
Date: 28 August 2013

Learn how to treat a newly admitted burn patient by reviewing the primary and secondary surveys and decompression procedures.

 

Initial publication: August 28, 2013.

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Content Author:
Robert Sheridan
Date: 28 August 2013

Learn about the initial management of burns by reviewing burn formulas, small and large burn resuscitations, and maintaining fluid.

Initial publication: August 28, 2013.

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Date: 26 August 2013

Learn the technique for placing an intraosseous (IO) line, including site selection, strategies for use, and monitoring for complications.

Initial publication: August 26, 2013.

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Date: 26 August 2013

Learn how to recognize clinical features of common pediatric respiratory problems.

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Initial publication: August 26, 2013

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OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 26 August 2013

Learn the technique for placing an intraosseous (IO) line, including site selection, strategies for use, and monitoring for complications.

Last reviewed: August 26, 2013.

Content Author:
Robert Sheridan
Date: 23 August 2013

Learn about burn physiology, including the differences between pediatrics and geriatrics and the body’s local and systemic response.

Initial publication: August 23, 2013.

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Date: 25 June 2013

Dr. Peters is a Reader in Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at University College London Institute of Child Health. He is also a Senior Pediatric Intensivist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London.

Initial publication: June 25, 2013.

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Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 12 September 2012

Learn about techniques for proper airway positioning, obtaining a tight seal, and usage of basic airway adjuncts in bag-mask ventilation.

Last reviewed: September 1, 2012.

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Date: 1 September 2012

Learn how to generally assess an asthmatic patient, including how to clinically assess a patient in status asthmaticus.

Initial publication: September 1, 2012.

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Content Author:
Bob Pascucci
Date: 1 September 2012

Learn about features and proper usage of non-rebreather masks and manual ventilator bags to provide oxygen to patients.

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Date: 1 September 2012

Learn about pediatric trauma resuscitation, including how to perform the primary and secondary surveys and principles of teamwork.

Initial publication: September 1, 2012.

Last reviewed: December 26, 2018.

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Content Author:
Bob Pascucci
Date: 1 September 2012

Learn about techniques for proper airway positioning, obtaining a tight seal, and usage of basic airway adjuncts in bag-mask ventilation.

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Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 1 September 2012

Learn about features and proper usage of non-rebreather masks and manual ventilator bags to provide oxygen to patients.

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Content Author:
Lisa Shieh MD, PhD, FHM, Stanford Hospital and Clinics Department of Quality, Patient Safety and Effectiveness
Date: 12 December 2011

Sepsis strikes approximately 750,000 people in the US and is responsible for more than 215,000 deaths. Mortality remains high at 25-50% at a cost of $17 billion each year [1]. Septic states have become far too common; with unacceptable high mortality rates and lengthy hospitalizations, it is one