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|Title: ||Keeping Up Pediatrics Part 1 2009|
|Authors: ||Smith, Clay, MD, FACEP, FAAP|
McMorrow, Sheila P.
|Keywords: ||Review Literature as Topic|
|Issue Date: ||10-Dec-2009|
|Publisher: ||Vanderbilt Medical Center. Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine|
|Series/Report no.: ||Keeping Up with Emergency Medicine|
|Abstract: ||What constitutes hypertension in kids? Does therapeutic hypothermia work for head injured kids? Will you cause cerebral edema by giving aggressive IV fluid to your peds patients in DKA? These are just a few of the questions you will have answered in this podcast. Sheila McMorrow joins us this month for a podcast packed with practice changing articles and lots of laughter!|
|Description: ||Includes descriptive metadata provided by producer in M4A file: "OTH_ITUNESU_MC_KEEPINGUP - Archives - Monthly Episodes - Keeping Up Pediatrics Part 1 2009 - Vanderbilt University > From Vanderbilt University Medical Center."|
|Appears in Collections:||Keeping Up with Emergency Medicine|
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