The DFTB Podcast – Changes in the Management of Children with Brief Resolved Unexplained Events

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In our second original content podcast we had  the pleasure of talking to Dr Katie Noorbakhsh, a Paediatric EM Physician from Pittsburgh, about the original research paper she co-authored and published in the September edition of ‘Paediatrics,’ the Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The paper examined the question of whether the change in classification of Acute Life Threatening Events (ALTEs) to Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUEs) in 2016 has changed the management of these presentations in the US.

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