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Cialis from mexico Welcome to the Clubhouse!

Cialis from mexico Emergiblog is proud to host this week’s Pediatric Grand Rounds!

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A pediatric code in the hospital is a gut-wrenching experience. Cialis from mexico A pediatic code in the field is unfathomable…unless you happen to be the EMT on scene. Cialis from mexico PDXEMT recalls the emotions (and the outcome) at his blog, cialis from mexico Drug Induced Hallucinations. Cialis from mexico Check out the story, cialis from mexico entitled Gone Too Long.

Neonatal Nurse (and fellow fan of James Lileks!) Marcia recounts her feelings in caring for premature babies in What I Do. Cialis from mexico But don’t stop there. Cialis from mexico Her blog, cialis from mexico Ants Marching, cialis from mexico is full of posts that grab you by the gut. Cialis from mexico Go get a box of Kleenex. Cialis from mexico Got it? Good . Cialis from mexico Now follow the link and read Everything For Everybody – Part 2. Cialis from mexico Marcia, cialis from mexico you are so linked on my sidebar!

Parent know their child better than anyone and dealing with hospital bureaucracy can be frustrating. Cialis from mexico Awesome Mom gives us an example in The Coumadin Nightmare, cialis from mexico found at The Adventures of An Awesome (Sometimes) Mother. But don’t stop there! Click on the sidebar links for the amazing story of her son Evan and what life is like when you are only working with one heart ventricle. Cialis from mexico Amazing!

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She’s cool, cialis from mexico she’s tanned, cialis from mexico she’s an ER nurse, cialis from mexico she’s….Urban Mom! And she weighs in with her first experience with pediatric respiratory distress in Croup Is A Bitch, cialis from mexico Especially When You’ve Got Things To Do. Cialis from mexico This is Urban Mom’s first entry into a carnival/rounds and here’s hoping there are many more!

Alyson from RN Wannbe talks about her personal experiences with ear infections and the “watchful waiting” vs. Cialis from mexico antibiotic debate in A Parent’s Take On Ear Infections (note: Blogger is being a bugger and will not link to the appropriate post. Cialis from mexico Just go to the main site and scroll down to find post) and a great post on Nasal Lacrimal Duct Obstruction. “Yellow gunk”. Cialis from mexico I think that should become an official medical term!

Dr. Cialis from mexico Joel Fuhrman of diseaseproof.com tackles the topic of flu immunizations in the pediatric population. Cialis from mexico Are they necessary? What exactly can you expect them to cover? What is the risk to benefit ratio? Batton down the hatches, cialis from mexico The Flu Is Coming!

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Dr. Cialis from mexico Clark Bartram at Unintelligent Design submits a fascinating case study/explanation of a complex disease in a two-part post. Cialis from mexico Elementary, cialis from mexico My Dear Bartram sets the stage. Cialis from mexico Elementary, cialis from mexico My Dear Bartram, cialis from mexico Part II fleshes out the mystery. Cialis from mexico No, cialis from mexico I won’t tell you what the disease is, cialis from mexico you have to read it!

Cialis from mexico Dr. Cialis from mexico Kavokin, cialis from mexico our Grand Rounds host from last week presents a SIDS Quiz posted at RDoctor Medical Syndication. Cialis from mexico Now, cialis from mexico I had some trouble with this – it may be that I am working on a Mac using Safari and Firefox. Cialis from mexico I’ve let Dr. Cialis from mexico K know, cialis from mexico so hopefully we can find out just how much we know about SIDS!

Cialis from mexico Laura, cialis from mexico an NICU nurse presents a personal story of what it is like to be the parent of a preemie in Normal Vertigo posted at Adventures in Juggling. Cialis from mexico This is the first blog I have seen with a “film loop”, cialis from mexico amazing to watch. Cialis from mexico While you are there, cialis from mexico click over on the sidebar on the name “Daniel” to hear the beginning of his story.

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Cialis from mexico Dr. Cialis from mexico Flea takes on the history of pediatrics in his review of a book on the same topic. Cialis from mexico In As ususal, cialis from mexico a lively discussion follows. Cialis from mexico Has pediatrics taken on the medicalization of societal and emotional problems or are pediatricians now able to focus on treating the entire patient? You’ll enjoy reading Fleas As Claimsmakers and the discussion that follows!

Cialis from mexico Dr. Cialis from mexico Deborah Serani reminds us about World Mental Health Day ~ October 10th posted at Dr. Cialis from mexico Deborah Serani. Cialis from mexico No matter what the age of our patients, cialis from mexico we all need to focus on the importance of mental health. Cialis from mexico Thanks Dr. Cialis from mexico Deb – I would have put this in Change of Shift if I had known!

Cialis from mexico Neonatal Doc writes from the gut, cialis from mexico and the heart, cialis from mexico as he describes the emotionally draining process of trying to help parents understand just how ill their child really is in Eighteen II, cialis from mexico posted at Neonatal Doc. Cialis from mexico Be sure to read the entire post.

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Have you ever heard of the “Triple A Triad”? This was new to me and so it was with interest that I checked out TheTundraPAs post on Really Bad Eczema at Tundra Medicine Dreams. My heart goes out to her little patient.

This post appeared earlier this week in Change of Shift. Cialis from mexico As this particular issue can be rather pressing in the case of neonates and pediatrics, cialis from mexico I felt it to appropriate here in Pediatric Grand Rounds. Cialis from mexico You don’t have to be a chaplain to perform a baptism. Cialis from mexico Susan Palwick, cialis from mexico our resident volunteer ER Chaplain, cialis from mexico explains the situation in Emergency Baptism for Everybody at Rickety Contivances of Doing Good.

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Those of you who follow Grand Rounds may have noticed a couple of duplicates in the submissions. Cialis from mexico I included them here on the chance that

  • (1) Some readers may not have had a chance to see them and
  • (2) the possibility that PGR may attract a different subset of readers.

Cialis from mexico Both were excellent, cialis from mexico and so they were included this week.

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And so ends this edition of Pediatric Grand Rounds. Cialis from mexico I leave you to ponder the lyrics of “Rhymes and Reasons” (John Denver, cialis from mexico 1969)

“…It is here we must begin
To seek the wisdom of the children
And the graceful way of flowers in the wind…

Cialis from mexico …Like the music of the mountains
And the colours of the rainbow
They’re a promise of the future
And a blessing for today.”

I definitely was not a baby when that was written…..

Cialis from mexico The next Pediatric Grand Rounds will be hosted by Moreena at The Wait and the Wonder on October 22nd.

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8 Comments

  • Clark Bartram
    Clark Bartram

    October 8, 2006 at 5:38 am

    Wonderful edition Kim. Thanks for hosting and don’t be shy about signing up for future editions either.

    I do have to say that I was a little saddened by the inclusion of yet another Joel Fuhrman advertisement with little useful information or evidence for what he is claiming. His opinion about the flu vaccine is unfounded as well as dangerous and his “advice” for avoiding the flu ranges from common sense to nonsense.

    Someone holding himself out to be a medical expert should back up what he says especially when it flies in the face of medical knowledge accepted by the CDC, AAP, the vast majority of pediatricians, etc, etc. We have tried to address this before but Dr. Fuhrman and his marketing team(Gerry Pugliese was hired by Dr. Fuhrman to promote book sales) just don’t seem to get it. Submissions from them should be taken on a case by case basis, although some have called for a complete ban, but I didn’t much care for this one and wouldn’t have accepted it. But every editor has complete control over content of their edition so feel free to take my advice or leave it if you choose to host again. And I hope you do.


  • Gerry Pugliese
    Gerry Pugliese

    October 8, 2006 at 6:07 am

    Clark-

    Why would you ban the DiseaseProof post?


  • Susan
    Susan

    October 8, 2006 at 8:42 am

    Great job, Kim! Thank you for your excellent carnival work this week. May you enjoy many funnel cakes!


  • Clark Bartram
    Clark Bartram

    October 8, 2006 at 10:57 am

    I don’t have the power to ban anything except from my own website. I just wouldn’t have accepted it as a submission to the PGR. Why? Because it is alarmist and makes extreme claims not based in reality. Claims that might discourage people from seeking appropriate medical care. I’m not going to go through this with you again. Check out Flea’s take on this particular post if you want it spelled out for you.


  • enoch choi
    enoch choi

    October 8, 2006 at 2:43 pm


  • Neonatal Doc
    Neonatal Doc

    October 8, 2006 at 6:35 pm

    Excellent job on Peds Grand Rounds, Kim. Also, I agree with Clark.


  • Moreena
    Moreena

    October 8, 2006 at 8:24 pm

    The Dr. Fuhrman/Pugliese post scares me, too. And talk about your weird segues–it goes from discussing Avian Flu, for which there is no vaccination and is obviously not seen around these parts, to a discussion of our usual flu, which we see in boatloads every year. Of course I recognize that there is a connection to be made, but flu vaccines have undeniably saved many lives. But never mind that! Be sure to feed your kids well, folks, because that’s the key to stopping the spread of infection! Good Grief.

    (p.s. Kim, I really meant to submit something this time around, but I didn’t feel like anything I wrote these past two weeks was submission-worthy. Thanks for the good reads!)


  • Irishdoc
    Irishdoc

    October 26, 2006 at 10:54 pm

    I wondered how to submit something for grand rounds. I is my recent blog entitled it from a formidible night in the ED


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My name is Kim, and I'm a nurse in the San Francisco Bay area. I've been a nurse for 33 years; I graduated in 1978 with my ADN. My experience is predominately Emergency and Critical Care, and I have also worked in Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I made the decision to be a nurse back in 1966 at the age of nine...

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