The Bubble Wrap is our monthly round up of some of the interesting papers that have made it to press. It’s impossible to keep up to date with every publication that comes out but at least you might be a little bit wiser.
In this talk – the first from the Bubble Wrap live session – Arj Rao talks about these five papers:-
Kuppermann N, Ghetti S, Schunk JE, Stoner MJ, Rewers A, McManemy JK, Myers SR, Nigrovic LE, Garro A, Brown KM, Quayle KS. Clinical trial of fluid infusion rates for pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis. New England Journal of Medicine. 2018 Jun 14;378(24):2275-87.
Bhatt M, Johnson DW, Chan J, Taljaard M, Barrowman N, Farion KJ, Ali S, Beno S, Dixon A, McTimoney CM, Dubrovsky AS. Risk factors for adverse events in emergency department procedural sedation for children. JAMA pediatrics. 2017 Oct 1;171(10):957-64.
Pallin DJ, Dwyer RC, Walls RM, Brown III CA, NEAR III Investigators. Techniques and trends, success rates, and adverse events in emergency department pediatric intubations: a report from the National Emergency Airway Registry. Annals of emergency medicine. 2016 May 1;67(5):610-5.
Lyons TW, Cruz AT, Freedman SB, Neuman MI, Balamuth F, Mistry RD, Mahajan P, Aronson PL, Thomson JE, Pruitt CM, Shah SS. Interpretation of cerebrospinal fluid white blood cell counts in young infants with a traumatic lumbar puncture. Annals of emergency medicine. 2017 May 1;69(5):622-31.
Deane HC, Wilson CL, Babl FE, Dalziel SR, Cheek JA, Craig SS, Oakley E, Borland M, Cheng NG, Zhang M, Cotterell E. PREDICT prioritisation study: establishing the research priorities of paediatric emergency medicine physicians in Australia and New Zealand. Emerg Med J. 2018 Jan 1;35(1):39-45.
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This talk was recorded live at DFTB18 in Melbourne, Australia. With the theme of ‘Science and Story‘ we pushed our speakers to step out of their comfort zones and consider why we do what we do. Caring for children is not just about acquiring the scientific knowhow but also about taking a look beyond a diagnosis or clinical conundrum at the patient and their families.
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