Case Studies in Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound with DVD-ROM

Case Studies in Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound with DVD-ROM

By: John L. Kendall (editor), David J. McLario (editor)Mixed Media

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Description

Clinician-performed bedside ultrasound is an exciting new development in medicine. Numerous diagnostic and procedural applications show great promise for improving the care of children. Many pediatric providers, however, remain unaware of its potential and ultrasound continues to be under-utilized in both the investigation and management of ill and injured children. Case Studies in Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound illustrates the utility of bedside ultrasound in a variety of scenarios, including the emergency setting and critical care unit. A wide range of diagnostic and procedural applications are covered in fifty-nine cases, recreating real-life experiences of expert practitioners. The cases are concise and readable, with teaching points that highlight how ultrasound can be used to expedite and focus pediatric care. With hundreds of high-quality images, and video content accompanying many cases, this text is essential reading for pediatricians, emergency physicians, pediatric anesthesiologists and critical care physicians.

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About Author

David J. McLario, DO, MS, FAAP, FACEP is Associate Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, University of Louisville School of Medicine, and Director of Emergency Ultrasound, Kosair Children's Hospital, Louisville, KY, USA. John L. Kendall, MD, FACEP is Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine, and Director of Emergency Ultrasound and the Ultrasound Fellowship at Denver Health Medical Center, Denver, CO, USA.

Contents

Preface; Part I. Diagnostic Applications: 1. Right-upper-quadrant pain in a 10-year-old female; 2. Motor vehicle accident evaluation in a 5-year-old male; 3. Fall from a height in a 5-year-old male; 4. Left flank pain following a fall in an 8-year-old female; 5. Chest trauma in a 14-year-old male; 6. Chest trauma in an 8-year-old male; 7. Multiple trauma in a 7-year-old female; 8. Fall from a tree in a 6-year-old female and 10-year-old male; 9. A pale and poorly responsive 6-year-old female; 10. Sudden desaturation in an 8-year-old male; 11. Poorly responsive and apneic 2-week-old male; 12. Cardiac arrest in a 10-year-old male; 13. Apnea, pallor and leg-stiffening in a 1-week-old female; 14. Headache in a 16-year-old female; 15. A ventriculoperitoneal shunt in a 6-year-old male; 16. Fall from the couch in a 3-month-old male; 17. Visual acuity changes in a 6-year-old male; 18. Periorbital swelling in a 5-year-old female; 19. Neck mass in a 3-year-old female; 20. Sore throat in a 15-year-old female; 21. Difficulty breathing in a 7-week-old male; 22. Cough, fever and rales in a 4-year-old female; 23. Dyspnea with feeding in a 5-month-old female; 24. Syncope in a 16-year-old female; 25. Abdominal pain in a 14-year-old female; 26. Paroxysmal abdominal pain and vomiting in a 7-month-old male; 27. Projectile vomiting in a 4-week-old male; 28. Right upper quadrant pain in 15-year-old female; 29. Vomiting and diarrhea in a 3-year-old male; 30. Rectal bleeding in a 6-day-old male; 31. Inguinal mass in an 18-month-old male; 32. Left upper quadrant pain in a 13-year-old male; 33. Acute hemiscrotal pain in a 16-year-old male; 34. Severe pelvic pain in a 15-year-old female; 35. Lower abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding in a 14-year-old female; 36. Limping in a 10-year-old female; 37. Forearm pain in a 7-year-old female; 38. Post-traumatic elbow pain in a 7-year-old male; 39. Posterior ankle pain in a 16-year-old male; 40. Red and swollen thigh in a 6-year-old female; 41. Suspected finger foreign-body in a 15-year-old male; Part II. Procedural Applications: 42. Acute desaturation after intubation in a 15-month-old female; 43. Urosepsis and no IV access in a 5-year-old male; 44. Dehydration and difficult IV access in a 10-month-old male; 45. Severe dehydration in a 12-month-old male; 46. Cough and dyspnea in a 5-year-old male; 47. Abdominal distention in a 9-year-old male; 48. Labial fusion in a 3-month-old female; 49. Painful leg trauma in a 14-year-old male; 50. Plantar foreign-body in a 5-year-old female; 51. Right shoulder pain in a 16-year-old male; 52. Foreign body in the hand of a 16-year-old male; 53. Spontaneous pneumothorax in a 14-year-old male; 54. Leg pain and swelling in a 16-year-old male; 55. Fall on broken glass in an 8-year-old female; 56. Limp in a 5-year-old male; 57. Post-traumatic forearm deformity in a 7-year-old male; 58. Seizure and fever in a 2-month-old male; 59. Abscess in an uncooperative 12-year-old autistic male; Index.

Product Details

  • publication date: 10/10/2013
  • ISBN13: 9781107609242
  • Format: Mixed Media
  • Number Of Pages: 302
  • ID: 9781107609242
  • weight: 1110
  • ISBN10: 1107609240

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