There are several pediatric cardiac disease processes that get misdiagnosed because they present with other symptoms. No child comes in and says, “I have chest pain” or in any way alerts the Emergency Department providers to include some type of pediatric heart disease in the differential diagnosis. This talk will review the most commonly missed cardiac “zebras,” but that is not all. The presentation is meant to provide you with some helpful hints for when it is time to stray from the straight path and start entertaining a cardiac diagnosis in a sea of children complaining of respiratory, gastrointestinal and other symptoms.
Finding the Needle in the Haystack: Paediatric Cardiac Disease by Michele Domico
Neuro EM: When/how to reverse coagulopathies for ICH/TBI? (PATCH trial implications)Phoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, coagulopathies, ICH, patch, tbi, 0
When/how to reverse coagulopathies for ICH/TBI? By Ronan O’Leary
Peter Brindley interrogates: Liz Crowe: Love, Swearing and ResiliencePhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, interrogation, Love, Resilience, swearing, 0
A no-holds barred series of 6 provocative medical interrogations. We challenge the state of research, social media, pharmacology, social...
SonoBYTE: Airway Ultrasound by Jacob Avila & Ben SmithPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, Airway Ultrasound, SonoBYTE, 0
Intubation is one of the most important procedures that we perform. There are many immediate and bedside methods of...
Why Driving Pressure MattersPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, Acute Respiratory Distress Injury, Acute Respiratory Failure, Lung Injury, Mechanical Ventilation, 0
Driving pressure promises to be the key variable for optimisation of mechanical ventilation for preventing ventilator-induced lung injury. Find...
Helping Without HarmingPhoebe Adams, , 2017, The Talks DASsmacc, communication in critical care, Debriefing, feedback, interprofessional education, negotiation, performance gaps, 0
You’ve been resuscitating the patient for hours and finally caught up with volume. You come back on your next...
Peter Brindley interrogates: Scott WeingartPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, medical interrogations, 0
From Upstairs Care Downstairs to Kettlebells for the Brain… WTF? A no-holds barred series of 6 provocative medical interrogations....
Lighting the flame: Critical Care EducationPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, critical care education, 0
This session brings together a panel of educators with a track record of innovation and design in medical education....
Neuroimaging Nibble Subtle SAHPhoebe Adams, , 2017, The Talks DASsmacc, Uncategorized, CT, Subtle Subarachnoid haemorrhage, 0
Neuro Imaging Nibble: Subtle Subarachnoid haemorrhage on CT by Jordan Bonomo