Top 5 papers in neonatology: James Tooley at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22344

James Tooley is consultant neonatologist in Bristol. We gave him the task of bringing us a little more up-to-date with the neonatal literature.

 

 

Here are the papers he chose:-

Battaloglu E, Porter K. Management of pregnancy and obstetric complications in prehospital trauma care: prehospital resuscitative hysterotomy/perimortem caesarean section. Emerg Med J. 2017 May 1;34(5):318-25.

Foy KE, Mew E, Cook TM, Bower J, Knight P, Dean S, Herneman K, Marden B, Kelly FE. Paediatric intensive care and neonatal intensive care airway management in the United Kingdom: the PIC‐NIC survey. Anaesthesia. 2018 Nov;73(11):1337-44.

Qureshi MJ, Kumar M. Laryngeal mask airway versus bag‐mask ventilation or endotracheal intubation for neonatal resuscitation. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2018(3).

Sproat T, Hearn R, Harigopal S. Outcome of babies with no detectable heart rate before 10 minutes of age, and the effect of gestation. Archives of Disease in Childhood-Fetal and Neonatal Edition. 2017 May 1;102(3):F262-5.

Wilkinson, A.R., Ahluwalia, J., Cole, A., Crawford, D., Fyle, J., Gordon, A., Moorcraft, J., Pollard, T. and Roberts, T., 2009. Management of babies born extremely preterm at less than 26 weeks of gestation: a framework for clinical practice at the time of birth. Archives of Disease in Childhood-Fetal and Neonatal Edition94(1), pp.2-5.

 

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. 

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Sexually transmitted infections: Josh Francis at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22675

You might not what to think about it, but some of our patients are having sex. And as much as we might hope, it is not always consensual and it is not always safe. In this talk from London Josh talks about the resurgence of gonorrhea and chlamydia as well as the importance of testing asymptomatic partners.

 

#doodlemedicine sketch by @char_durand

 

 

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal.

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Bronchiolitis: Ed Oakley at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22370

When a medical student starts their paediatric ED rotation they need to know three key illnesses and that will cover the majority of patients that they see. To round out the ABC trifecta of asthma and crapping (acute gastroenteritis) we have bronchiolitis. At #DFTB19 Ed Oakley from PREDICT gave us the latest.

 

 

 

DoodleMedicine sketch by @char_durand-done live from Australia via the DFTB19 streaming video link!

 

 

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. 

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Concussion: Neha Raukar at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22181

After spending 12 years as the Director of the Division of Sports Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University, Dr. Raukar joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in 2018 as full-time faculty.

In this fascinating talk she explores what happens to those children we see every weekend in the emergency department. Whether it is a clash of elbow versus head on the footy oval or a punch to the face at karate practice or something as innocuous as a simple fall from the monkey bars we don’t give these head injuries the attention they deserve.

 

 

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This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. If you want our podcasts delivered straight to your listening device then subscribe to our iTunes feed or check out the RSS feed. If you are more a fan of the visual medium then subscribe to our YouTube channel. Please embrace the spirit of FOAMed and spread the word.

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Adolescence: Russell Viner at DFTB19

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Russell Viner is the President of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Whilst politics has consumed a large part of his working week his day job, and principle interest is in adolescent health.  To some of us, adolescents can seem as alien as neonates, with their own language, their own pathology, and their own needs. In this talk from the final day of DFTB19 he reminds us that teenagers are one of the great underserved populations in paediatrics – they are too old for most paediatricians and too young for adult physicians.

 

 

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#doodlemedicine sketch by @char_durand

 

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal.

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Maturing your approach to trauma: Anne Weaver at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22196

Anne Weaver is a consultant in Emergency Medicine & Prehospital Care at The Royal London Hospital and Lead Clinician for London’s Air Ambulance. In this talk she shares her experience of caring for the ever-increasing number of stabbing victims in the United Kingdom. 


There is a disconnect between what adult trauma surgeons and paediatric trauma surgeons are exposed to and are expected to manage. Just one year shy of 16 and the paediatric surgeon, who may never have performed a paediatric thoracotomy, is looking after you, one year over and it’s the adult trauma surgeon with many a notch on their Finochietto.

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DoodleMedicine sketch by @char_durand 

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. 

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Different halves of the same page: Gayle Hann and Amani Simpson at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22374

Gayle Hann is a paediatrician that hit the headlines for her tireless work in helping the sufferers of gang violence. She has made it her mission to engage and involve youth gang members in their own care and rehabilitation in an effort to prevent them needing to come to the hospital in the future.

Amani Simpson is now an entrepreneur and founder of Aviard Inspires but at the age of 21, he was stabbed seven times in the course of a robbery. Since then he has dedicated his life to transform the lives (and perceptions of) youths across the country.

Never have such an unlikely couple come together to make a difference. This talk, from #DFTB19, had laughs, tears, and fist-bumps aplenty. It is the feel-good story of the conference that will reaffirm the idea that people are not all bad.

 

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DoodleMedicine sketch by @char_durand 
 

 

 

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. DFTB20 will be held in Brisbane, Australia.

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Culture Cataclysm in modern medicine: Helen Bevan at DFTB19

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Helen Bevan is the Director of Service Transformation for the National Health Service Institute for Innovation and Improvement. The NHS is one of the biggest employers in the world. When it was established in 1948 the average life expectancy for men was 66 and 71 for women. As science has advanced and the population becomes more medically complex so the challenges of meeting increased demand have become more apparent.

As Chief Change Office Helen talks about the clash between old and new power and the ability of super-connectors to drive change.

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. DFTB20 will be held in Brisbane, Australia.

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The Future Dystopian Emergency Department: Taj Hassan at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22296

Taj Hassan is the immediate past president of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. With consultant posts unfilled and more and more patients presenting to the emergency department what does the future look like for the specialty? Can we avoid the vision of smoking spires and desolate wastes? (Ed. This talk was recorded way before we had even heard of SARS-CoV-2)

 

 

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This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. If you want our podcasts delivered straight to your listening device then subscribe to our iTunes feed or check out the RSS feed. If you are more a fan of the visual medium then subscribe to our YouTube channel. Please embrace the spirit of FOAMed and spread the word.

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Late effects in oncology: Erica Donovan at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22399

Erica Donovan rounded out our session on paediatric oncology with this talk about the late effects of paediatric cancers. When we think of cancer we think about making the diagnosis, the chemotherapy, the radiotherapy, the operations. Very rarely do we think of the impact of an essentially chronic disease that has taken a chunk of someone’s childhood away from them.

In her job as a paediatric oncology nurse, she has asked many, many patients exactly what matters to them. She introduces us to Te Whare Tapa Wha (the four-sided house) as a framework for considering the long term needs of her patients.

 

Doodle Medicine sketch by @char_durand 

 

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal.

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HeadSmart: Shaarna Shangamudavadivel at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22597

Shaarna Shangamudavadivel is the HeadSmart fellow and currently doing her Ph.D. in how we can reduce diagnostic delays in the field of paediatric oncology. Paediatric cancers are rare but we’ll never pick them up if we are not aware of our unconscious biases, if we do not actively look for the zebras.

 

 

Doodle Medicine sketch by @char_durand

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal. .

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Preserving fertility in oncology patients: Dan Yeomanson at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22384
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Dan Yeomanson is a paediatric oncologist dealing with teenagers and young people with cancer. Whilst the future ability to become a parent is not something that immediately springs to mind when a new diagnosis of cancer is made, you can be sure it is on the mind of the parents and the patient in front of you.

Of the ten patients that are diagnosed with cancer on any given day in England, eight will survive and one will be rendered infertile by their treatment.

 

DoodleMedicine sketch by @char_durand

This talk was recorded live at DFTB19 in London, England. With the theme of  “The Journey” we wanted to consider the journeys our patients and their families go on, both metaphorical and literal.

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