Wilderness Myths: Justin Hensley at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22390

Justin Hensley – the man with one of the best-kept beards in medicine – was exceedingly kind and filled in at the eleventh hour when one of the speakers had to pull out. Accompanied on stage by the youngest PICU fellow at the conference – his son, Jack – he busted some wilderness myths for the adventurous in the audience.

 

 

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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.

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Prepare for transport: Costas Kanaris at DFTB19

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Team DFTB. Prepare for transport: Costas Kanaris at DFTB19, Don't Forget the Bubbles, 2020. Available at:
https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22605

Costas Kanaris is a paediatric intensivist working in Manchester. He is also internet-famous for his challenging #fridayquiz in which he presents a case, drip-feeding information, as the Twitter audience figure out the diagnosis and the best way to treat the patient in front of them.

This time he tries it in front of a live studio audience. Here is a teaser to tickle your brain.

 

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Communicating with children with additional needs: Liz Herrieven at DFTB19

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Team DFTB. Communicating with children with additional needs: Liz Herrieven at DFTB19, Don't Forget the Bubbles, 2020. Available at:
https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.21387

Communication is vitally important in so much we do as clinicians.  Without good communication we can’t hope to get a decent history, properly examine our patient, explain what we think is going on or ensure appropriate management.

Prematurity for the acute paediatrician: Camilla Kingdon at DFTB19

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Team DFTB. Prematurity for the acute paediatrician: Camilla Kingdon at DFTB19, Don't Forget the Bubbles, 2020. Available at:
https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22288

Camilla Kingdon is the Vice President for Education and Development at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Her day job is working as a neonatologist at Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Whilst the core work of a neonatologist takes place behind closed doors in the safety and security of the NICU babies do not choose where or when they are born. Sometimes, just sometimes, they like to surprise us and pop out early, when we least expect it. What do we do then?

 
 
#doodlemedicine sketch by @char_durand 

 

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Managing cough: Adam Jaffe at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22157

Adam is a respiratory physician at Sydney Children’s Hospital. He spoke about all things wheezy in Melbourne for DFTB18.  In this talk from our London conference, he deals with that bane of parents’ lives – the coughing child.

 

 

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Selected references:

Chang AB. Cough, cough receptors, and asthma in children. Pediatric pulmonology. 1999 Jul;28(1):59-70.

Blast Injuries: Paul Reavley at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.21941

Paul Reavley works as a consultant at the Bristol Royal Infirmary.  In this talk he uses his experience in the armed forces to talk about blast injuries. According to Save the Children, one in five children worldwide is living in a conflict zone.  We heard from Nat Thurtle about the crisis in Syria and the bombing of those places which should be safe havens for all. It is a public health problem. And unfortunately, as we have seen recently in Manchester, no one is immune.

 

 

 

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Taking your trauma team to the next level: Anna Dobbie at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22066

Anna Dobbie works in HEMS, PEM, and Adult ED and is a badass at all of them. She is the person you’d want leading your trauma team. Want to be just a little more like Anna? Then watch her talk and find out how to step up.

As we are so fond of saying, “You set the tone.” That first two minutes of any resus is critical – and not just because of the decisions you make. If you can appear calm and in control, your teams’ actions will reflect that. Running every trauma call the same allows for cognitive off-loading as some behaviours become automatic. Whether they are ‘real’ calls or not so serious ones the team is expected to act the same either way.

 

 
 
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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Bubble Wrap Live – Top 5 papers in PEM: Edward Snelson at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22057

In the three years since we launched the Bubble Wrap segment, we have been able to highlight a number of key articles in paediatric research.  In this talk from the popular Bubble Wrap Live! sessions, Edward Snelson brought us his top five favourite articles from the world of paediatric emergency medicine.

He eloquently confronts his own biases and suggests a more critical way of looking at the patient in front of us.

 

Here are the five articles Edward chose.

Foster SJ, Cooper MN, Oosterhof S, Borland ML. Oral prednisolone in preschool children with virus-associated wheeze: a prospective, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. The Lancet Respiratory Medicine. 2018 Feb 1;6(2):97-106.
 
Kuppermann N, Dayan PS, Levine DA, Vitale M, Tzimenatos L, Tunik MG, Saunders M, Ruddy RM, Roosevelt G, Rogers AJ, Powell EC. A clinical prediction rule to identify febrile infants 60 days and younger at low risk for serious bacterial infections. JAMA pediatrics. 2019 Apr 1;173(4):342-51.
 
Borland ML, Dalziel SR, Phillips N, Lyttle MD, Bressan S, Oakley E, Hearps SJ, Kochar A, Furyk J, Cheek JA, Neutze J. Delayed presentations to emergency departments of children with head injury: a PREDICT study. Annals of emergency medicine. 2019 Jan 14.
 
Abe T, Aoki M, Deshpande G, Sugiyama T, Iwagami M, Uchida M, Nagata I, Saitoh D, Tamiya N. Is Whole-Body CT Associated With Reduced In-Hospital Mortality in Children With Trauma? A Nationwide Study. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2019 Jun 1;20(6):e245-50.
 
Lyttle MD, Rainford NE, Gamble C, Messahel S, Humphreys A, Hickey H, Woolfall K, Roper L, Noblet J, Lee ED, Potter S. Levetiracetam versus phenytoin for second-line treatment of paediatric convulsive status epilepticus (EcLiPSE): a multicentre, open-label, randomised trial. The Lancet. 2019 May 25;393(10186):2125-34.
 
 
DoodleMedicine sketch by @char_durand
 
 

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Bubble Wrap Live – Top 5 papers in Pediatric Surgery: Craig McBride at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22052

In the three years since we launched the Bubble Wrap segment, we have been able to highlight a number of key articles in paediatric research.  In this talk from the popular Bubble Wrap Live! sessions, Craig McBride brought us his top five favourite articles from the land of scalpels and sutures.

 

Here are the five articles Craig chose.

Brown EA, De Young A, Kimble R, Kenardy J. Impact of parental acute psychological distress on young child pain-related behavior through differences in parenting behavior during pediatric burn wound care. Journal of clinical psychology in medical settings. 2019 Jan 4:1-4.

 
 
 
 
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Bubble Wrap Live – Top 5 papers in Gen Paeds: Susie Piper at DFTB19

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https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.22018

In the three years since we launched the Bubble Wrap segment we have been able to highlight a number of key articles in paediatric research.  In this talk from the popular Bubble Wrap Live! sessions, Susie Piper brought us her top five favourite articles from the general paediatrics realm.

 

Here are the five* articles Susie chose.

Freedman SB, Williamson-Urquhart S, Farion KJ, Gouin S, Willan AR, Poonai N, Hurley K, Sherman PM, Finkelstein Y, Lee BE, Pang XL. Multicenter trial of a combination probiotic for children with gastroenteritis. New England Journal of Medicine. 2018 Nov 22;379(21):2015-26.
 
Schnadower D, Tarr PI, Casper TC, Gorelick MH, Dean MJ, O’Connell KJ, Mahajan P, Chun TH, Bhatt SR, Roskind CG, Powell EC. Randomised controlled trial of Lactobacillus rhamnosus (LGG) versus placebo in children presenting to the emergency department with acute gastroenteritis: the PECARN probiotic study protocol. BMJ open. 2017 Nov 1;7(9):e018115.
 
Murata S, Okasora K, Tanabe T, Ogino M, Yamazaki S, Oba C, Syabana K, Nomura S, Shirasu A, Inoue K, Kashiwagi M. Acetaminophen and febrile seizure recurrences during the same fever episode. Pediatrics. 2018 Nov 1;142(5):e20181009.
 
Manley BJ, Arnolda GR, Wright IM, Owen LS, Foster JP, Huang L, Roberts CT, Clark TL, Fan WQ, Fang AY, Marshall IR. Nasal high-flow therapy for newborn infants in special care nurseries. New England Journal of Medicine. 2019 May 23;380(21):2031-40.
 
Tagg A, Roland D, Leo GS, Knight K, Goldstein H, Davis T, Don’t Forget The Bubbles. Everything is awesome: Don’t forget the Lego. Journal of paediatrics and child health. 2018 Nov 22.
 
Riskin A, Erez A, Foulk TA, Kugelman A, Gover A, Shoris I, Riskin KS, Bamberger PA. The impact of rudeness on medical team performance: a randomized trial. Pediatrics. 2015 Sep 1;136(3):487-95.
 
*The astute amongst you might have noticed the inclusion of six trials rather than five. Susie decided to combine the two probiotic trials.

 

DoodleMedicine interpretation by @char_durand – completed in real time from Australia via the DFTB19 livestream 

 

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PERUKI – the long and short game: Damian Roland at DFTB19

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Team DFTB. PERUKI – the long and short game: Damian Roland at DFTB19, Don't Forget the Bubbles, 2020. Available at:
https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.21988

Damian Roland has been a huge supported of Don’t Forget the Bubbles right from the outset. We were very fortunate to have him join the team both as a respected academic and as the chair of PERUKI. In this talk from the research track of DFTB19 Damian challenged us to think just how patients might drive research.

©Ian Summers

You can read some more of Damian’s thoughts on the missing component of clinical practice here. If you want to know what PERUKI might be working on then take a look at the result of their Delphi study.

 

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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PREDICT: from knowledge generation to knowledge translation – Meredith Borland at DFTB19

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Team DFTB. PREDICT: from knowledge generation to knowledge translation – Meredith Borland at DFTB19, Don't Forget the Bubbles, 2020. Available at:
https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.21930

Meredith Borland is the current chair of PREDICT and is well-known for her work on the use of steroids in croup.  The aim of PREDICT is not just to generate multi-centre research but also to share it and measure its impact.  That is where DFTB comes in.

One of the key pieces of work that has informed a lot of Australian practice over the last few years is the CRIB study.

Oakley E, Babl FE, Acworth J, Borland M, Kreiser D, Neutze J, Theophilos T, Donath S, South M, Davidson A, Paediatric Research in Emergency Departments International Collaborative (PREDICT. A prospective randomised trial comparing nasogastric with intravenous hydration in children with bronchiolitis (protocol) The comparative rehydration in bronchiolitis study (CRIB). BMC pediatrics. 2010 Dec 1;10(1):37.
 
By challenging the long held belief that children with bronchiolitis should get an IV they have saved many of us countless hours.
 

You can hear more about the work of PREDICT in the assessment of paediatric head injuries in this talk from Franz Babl from out first conference.

 

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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