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Have you seen the new PECARN cervical spine imaging clinical prediction rules?
We all know about the ABC of resuscitation. But what about the Hidden C - Civility?
Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) is a a rare, life-threatening neonatal surgical emergency
Time to look at what has been published in this month's Bubble Wrap Plus with Anke Raaijmakers and Prof .Jaan Toelen
Have you been keeping up with the literature? The Bubble Wrap team have.
Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn (PPHN) is a characterised by failure of normal circulatory transition after birth. leading to sustained pulmonary hypertension.
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How do you diagnose post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis (APSGN) in children?
What do you do if the fever persists? How do you know when it is not 'just a fever'?
Time to look at what has been published in this month's Bubble Wrap Plus with Anke Raaijmakers and Prof Jaan Toelen
Have you been keeping up with the literature? The Bubble Wrap team have.
Hearts beating too fast. Learn how to deal with SVT.
What do you know about dacryocystitis and blocked tear ducts?
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When does respiratory failure become PARDS, and how should we manage it?
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What did the OXY-PICU study have to say about conservative vs liberal oxygenation in our sickest patients?
Time to look at what has been published in this month's Bubble Wrap Plus with Anke Raaijmakers and Prof Jaan Toelen
What do you need to know before your first day on the ward? Here's our medical student's guide...
Some children stay in hospital far longer than theior medical conditiomns would suggest. How common are these social admissions?
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What if the diarrhoea is more serious? How do you recognise and treat haemolytic uraemic syndrome?
Time to look at what has been published in this month's Bubble Wrap Plus with Anke Raaijmakers and Prof Jaan Toelen
Have you been keeping up with the literature? The BubbleWrap team have.
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Can you use NIV in status asthmaticus? Like a lot of things in medicine, the answer is... irt depends.

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