Recurrent fevers in children

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Pascoe, E. Recurrent fevers in children, Don't Forget the Bubbles, 2017. Available at:
https://dontforgetthebubbles.com/recurrent-fevers-in-children/

This month’s Podcast of the Month is from Peds Cases.

In a 15 minute podcast, Dax Rumsey (Pediatric Rheumatologist, Stollery Children’s Hospital Edmonton) and his medical student Josh Koegler outline an approach to recurrent fevers in children, with a focus on rheumatological causes. This podcast is aimed at undergraduates, but sometimes medical students are a great resource for zebra facts e.g. what’s the differential diagnosis for a recurrent quotidian fever?

After you have listened to DFTB’s own podcast, if you only go on one audio safari this month, make it this one.

Listen to this podcast.

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About Emily Pascoe

AvatarEmily is a General Paediatric Fellow in the Hunter Valley, Australia who also works at John Hunter Children's Hospital in Newcastle. She enjoys running with her toddler in tow, eating Low Carb High Fat food and drinking Hunter Valley semillon. Emily gets exited about hands free medical education and sharing the podcast love.

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Author: Emily Pascoe Emily is a General Paediatric Fellow in the Hunter Valley, Australia who also works at John Hunter Children's Hospital in Newcastle. She enjoys running with her toddler in tow, eating Low Carb High Fat food and drinking Hunter Valley semillon. Emily gets exited about hands free medical education and sharing the podcast love.

2 Responses to "Recurrent fevers in children"

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    Lisa 3 years ago .Reply

    I love PedsCases for med students! I’m a peds ARNP who graduated a year ago 😊

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    Emily Pascoe 3 years ago .Reply

    Me too Lisa! It’s a great resource.

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