Episode 5: Pediatric seizures - all the other stuff
We have covered what seizures look like, to prioritize the ABC’s and stop the seizures-even pick the nose (consider intranasal meds)! In this episode we dive into the key history, physical exam, and documentation practices you can use in the field.
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Paramedic-Identifiers Enablers of and Barriers to Pediatric Seizure Management: A Multicenter, Qualitative Study
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The Emergency Medical Services for Children Innovation and Improvement Center (EIIC) has to mission to reduce child and youth mortality and morbidity resulting from severe illness or trauma. They work with state partners and EMS agencies to improve acute care setting readiness to care for children.
PECARN (Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network) is a research network that conducts high-priority, multi-institutional research on the prevention and management of acute illnesses and injuries in children and youth of all ages in the emergency department and pre-hospital field.
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Julia Magaña, MD, FAAP
Assistant Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at UC Davis
PECARN Prime node disseminator
Manish Shah, MD, MS
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine
PECARN CHAMP node site Principle Investigator
Chief of Academic Development and Strategy, Section of Emergency Medicine Texas Children’s Hospital