Paediatrics

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The Crashing Asthmatic Patient

The Crashing Asthmatic Patient is perhaps one of the most frightening of patients to treat. I'm not talking...

Perimortem Cesarian Section

Perimortem cesarian section is a rare and stressful procedure that must be performed in a timely fashion to give...

BRUE and ALTE

A BRUE is a Brief Resolved Unexplained Event and has somehow replaced the old term of ALTE, allowing...

Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Children: Management

CEREBRAL OEDEMA: DO WE REALLY KNOW THE CAUSE? We recently had a child with (diabetic ketoacidosis)DKA in our...

Head Injury in Kids

Up to 60% of children that come to Emergency Departments with a head injury have a CT brain,...

Supraventricular Tachycardia(SVT) in Infants

A mother brings her 7 month old son to the Emergency Department, as he has been irritable for...

DKA and Cerebral Oedema – Do we really know the cause?

Cerebral oedema is the most feared complication in children presenting with Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA). It occurs in about...

Afebrile Febrile Convulsions – What?

How can you have an afebrile febrile convulsion? Well, it turns out you can. It occurs as convulsions...

Neck lump in a child

A 2 year old girl is brought into the Emergency Department by her parents. She has recently had...