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    Approach to Acetaminophen Overdose

    Learn an approach to acetominophen toxicity in pediatric populations

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    Meningitis

    Learn about this core pediatric diagnosis.

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    Approach to Leukocoria

    This video presents an approach to an abnormal red reflex in children

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    Approach to Sore Throat

    Learn the essentials to managing this common clinical presentation!

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    Approach to Pediatric Chest X-Rays

    A video tutorial on a top down approach!

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Approach to Leukocoria
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This video is designed to give medical students an organized approach to the physical exam finding of leukocoria, or an abnormal red reflex in children. This podcast was developed by Dr. Chris Novak with the help of Dr. Melanie Lewis, a general pediatrician and Professor at the University of Alberta and Dr. Natashka Pollock, a pediatric ophthalmologist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.

Meningitis
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This podcast presents an approach to the diagnosis and management of meningitis in children. Listeners will learn the etiology and epidemiology of meningitis in different age groups, explore the clinical presentation, pertinent investigations and understand the management of bacterial and viral meningitis according to the most recent guidelines.

Acetaminophen Overdose in Pediatric Populations
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This podcasts is an overview and approach to acetaminophen overdose in pediatric populations. In this podcast, listeners will learn about typical causes of overdose in pediatrics, initial work-up in the case of a suspected overdose as well as the presentation and management of acetaminophen overdose. 

Approach to Pediatric Chest X-Rays
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This video provides learners with an approach to the pediatric chest x-ray. By the end of this video, you should be able to describe the expected radiographic findings of common pediatric conditions including cardiomegaly, pneumothorax, pleural effusion, pneumonia, asthma, cystic fibrosis, and non-accidental injuries.

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