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A two-month old infant is referred to a community pediatrician from a walk-in clinic because the physician noticed a murmur.
This video presents an approach to Tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital heart defect. The pathophysiology, anatomy, and clinical presentation will be reviewed. Listeners will be able to develop an approach to diagnosis, work-up and treatment. This podcast is developed by Katie Girgulis a medical student at the University of Alberta with the help of Dr. Andrew Mackie and Dr. Karen Forbes.
This podcast outlines an approach to febrile neutropenia in children. Listeners will learn about the differential diagnosis, considerations for history and physical examination, and the initial investigations and management for a child presenting with fever and neutropenia. This episode was written by Dr. Chris Novak and Dr. Bev Wilson. Dr. Novak is a pediatric resident at the University of Alberta and Dr. Wilson is a Pediatric Oncologist and Professor at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and the University of Alberta.
An 18-month-old male is brought in by his mother because she is concerned about his walking.
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