New IDSA Guideline on Asymptomatic Bacteriuria

New IDSA Guideline on Asymptomatic Bacteriuria

The IDSA now only recommends screening for and treating asymptomatic bacteriuria (ASB) in pregnant women and those undergoing an invasive urologic procedure.

What Defines Pediatric Hypotension?

What Defines Pediatric Hypotension?

The Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)/Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) formula to define hypotension in children (i.e. 5th percentile SBP) seems to be a good compromise between German and U.S. population norms for children. The formula is: Low SBP = <70 + 2(age in years).

Advanced Airway for Pediatric Cardiac Arrest - Should We Just Bag?

Advanced Airway for Pediatric Cardiac Arrest - Should We Just Bag?

There may be a slight advantage for pediatric cardiac arrest patients in survival with good neurological outcome by using simple bag-valve mask ventilation over advanced airway management.

PRIME RCT - Ketamine or Fentanyl Intranasal For Pediatric Injuries?

PRIME RCT - Ketamine or Fentanyl Intranasal For Pediatric Injuries?

Intranasal ketamine is noninferior to intranasal fentanyl for pain associated with pediatric extremity injuries. However, there is a higher risk of minor adverse events.

Is This Patient Really Penicillin Allergic?

Is This Patient Really Penicillin Allergic?

Penicillin allergy is a lot less common than patients report. A low-risk history could allow you to prescribe it in the ED or clinic.

Pediatric Needle Decompression - What Size Needle?

Pediatric Needle Decompression - What Size Needle?

A standard 5cm 14-16 gauge needle for chest decompression was more than twice as long as needed for children < 13 years old based on CT chest wall thickness (CWT).

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