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First10EM Journal Club: January 2020

It is a New Year and Justin is back on the podcast to discuss another series of papers that range from serious science to silly stuff. We had a great time recording this podcast, so many things learned.  Hope you enjoy it too. The papers as ever are below in free PDF format and the […]

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Possible Pyloric Stenosis

If you work in a kids ED then you probably see babies who are tagged as “possible PS” when they present with large volume vomiting.  Pyloric stenosis is not a rare disease, yet it is much less common than the alternative diagnoses that present in small babies with vomiting… UTI, gastroenteritis, sepsis, reflux / overfeeding, […]

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First10EM Journal Club: November 2019

We are back!  Another journal club with Dr Justin Morgenstern.  This month we have a really diverse bunch of papers that looks at CRASH-3, distraction techniques for kids in ED, making the patient experience better, wound closure and syncope workup (Spoiler: CTs ain’t that great). As always the full-text PDFs are available at the cost […]

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Paediatric Status Epilepticus Debate

Welcome back – as promised this is the bonus segment that was too good to leave in the Journal Club this month. Justin and I invited Dr Damian Roland back onto the podcast to discuss the new evidence which may guide our management of status epilepticus in children. Dr Damian Roland is an Emergency Paediatric […]

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First10EM Journal Club: June 2019

Welcome back to the Journal Club with Justin Morgenstern. This month I have a special bonus segment for you… but first, you have to go through all the usual cacophony of intellectual curiosity that Justin and I seem to indulge in periodically. Below are the papers that made the podcast this month for your reading […]