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Another way to make sticking children with sharp needles less painful for everyone.
Has anything changed in the Resus Council UK 2021 updates?
Have you read ALL of the updated paediatric resuscitation guidelines? We have, just for you.
Join us as we manage Robert, a 14 year old with per rectal bleeding and rediscover the "rule of twos"
Terminology is important, not only for making sure we understand a child's diagnosis properly, but also for providing the best possible care. Getting it right can also help gain the trust of parents and carers who will often know far more about appropriate language use than we clinicians.
Given that we don't intubated sick kids often, what is the alternative?
Did you know that one third of all nasal fractures occur in children, accounting for 60% of all facial fractures seen in the emergency department? Read on to find out how to identify these injuries and prevent complications.
.@riddick_87 takes us through one of our most common conditions - croup
Not just for DIVAs but for every patient?
Communication is vital to all that we do as clinicians – from the first contact with a patient, through history taking and examination, to initiating treatment and explaining procedures, so we have to do our very best at getting it right. This is perhaps even more important, and more difficult, in the pre-hospital field, where stress levels are high, environments can be unpredictable and time is short.

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