1. No Poop
Michael Sperandeo and Isabel Barata
2. I'm a Hot Baby
3. Shake It Baby
Susana Ho and Melissa A. McGuire
4. Rattled by the Shakes?
Richard Tang and David Foster
5. Those Baby Blues
6. My Broken Heart
Bridget Bonaventura and Beth Bubolz
7. Hot and Bothered
Christopher Perry and Nechama Sonenthal
8. Sepsis Alert
9. What Goes Down, Might Come Up!
Sharon E. Mace
10. Was It Something I Ate?
Maytal Firnberg, Laurie Malia, and Joni E. Rabiner
11. Tummy Ouchie
Nkeiruka Orajiaka and Meghan Dishong
12. Another Day, Another GI Bug
Pinaki Mukherji and Dana Libov
13. What's This Pounding In My Head?
Sakina Sojar and Lauren Allister
14. Why Is My Child Shaking All Over?
15. Shaking for More than Five
16. Sugar and Spice . . . Not Always Nice
Crista Cerrone and Michael J. Stoner
17. He Went Wee, Wee, Wee All Night Long
Ajay K. Puri and Melissa A. McGuire
18. The Not-So-Happy Wheezer
Hannah Carter and Isabel Barata
19. Sneezing, Wheezing, Having Trouble Breathing
20. Is There Anything Ultrasound Isn't Good For?
Trupti Shah and Athena Mihailos
The first volume in the "What Do I Do Now?: Emergency Medicine" series, Pediatric Medical Emergencies uses a case-based approach to cover common and important topics in the examination, investigation, and management of acutely ill children. Each chapter provides a discussion of the diagnosis, key points to remember, and selected references for further reading. Areas of controversy are clearly delineated with a discussion regarding evidence-based options and a balanced view of treatment and disposition decisions. The book addresses a wide range of topics including neonatal fever, pediatric sepsis, intussusception, and more, and is suited for emergency medicine providers and pediatricians. Pediatric Medical Emergencies is an engaging collection of thought-provoking cases which clinicians can utilize when they encounter difficult pediatric patients. The volume is also a self-assessment tool that tests the reader's ability to answer the question, "What do I do now?"
- Cases include issues that are unique to children, as well as those which may affect both children and adults, but have a different risk, prevalence, presentation, or treatment considerations for children
- Part of the "What Do I Do Now? Emergency Medicine" series which utilizes a case-based approach and a conversational tone
- Both an engaging collection of thought-provoking cases and a self-assessment tool
Ann M. Dietrich, MD, is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Ohio University Heritage College of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio and is affiliated with Nationwide Children's Hospital. Actively involved locally, regionally, and nationally she has assisted with clinical policy development and curricular development to enhance the care of children in the acute setting.