Children's Hospital Colorado faculty examine the latest treatment options for the most common chief complaints in pediatric medicine. We will talk about significant research and advances in pediatric medicine, the nuanced art of practicing pediatrics and everything in between.
Resident Files: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Section of Pediatric Trainees with Jeffrey Edwards, MD (S6:E15)
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20:26In our series, the Resident Files, we feature the thoughts and work of talented pediatric residents here in Colorado and around the country. The section on pediatric trainees has implemented several initiatives into making pediatrics a more diverse and inclusive workforce. This group is working towards achieving child health equity in a global sense. The equity, diversity, and inclusion work group has focused their efforts on increasing visibility of underrepresented in medicine groups highlighting both trainees and faculty members using social media campaigns. This episode was broadcasted live from the AAP conference in Anaheim California. Today I am privileged to be joined by Jeffrey Edwards. Jeffrey is a member of the section on pediatric trainees currently wrapping up his time as the executive coordinator for equity diversity and inclusion with the section on pediatric trainees leadership council.
Controversies Around Treatment of Appendicitis with Lorraine Kelley-Quon, MD (S6:E14)
31:34Although Acute Appendicitis(AA) is the most common acute surgical conditions encountered by children, multiple aspects of the approach to management of AA remain well debated. Despite recent advancements in management, including scoring systems, imaging, antibiotics, the variations in management options, from appendectomy to a laparotomic approach to non-operative management (NOM) remain topics of intense discussion. And with no absolute consensus in the literature, controversy among surgeons and faculty persists. This episode was broadcasted live from the AAP conference in Anaheim California. Today, I am delighted to be speaking with Dr. Lorraine Kelley-Quon. Dr. Kelley-Quon is joining us from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where she practices as a pediatric surgeon and is an assistant professor of surgery and population and public health sciences at Keck school of Medicine at the University of Southern California.
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Common Orthopedic Injuries Among High School Athletes with Curtis VandenBerg, MD (S6:E13)
22:30Today, a vast majority of teenagers and adolescents dedicate their time to athletics. In fact, nearly 8 million students participate in high school sports. With the increasing popularity of club sports, most kids are practicing and playing their dedicated sports year-round. Participating in organized sports allows kids to become a part of a team and improves both physical and mental health. However, an injury to an athlete can impact their ability to perform and practice and can be devastating mentally. On today’s episode, we will be discussing common orthopedic injuries among student athletes and how these injuries can be treated and prevented. Welcome to Charting Pediatrics. I’m your host Dan Nicklas. If you are new with us, welcome to our pediatric provider community where we release an episode every Tuesday, and special updates to cover hot topics that impact pediatric providers. Today I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Curtis VandenBerg. Dr. Curt VandenBerg is a Sports medicine surgeon with Children's Hospital Colorado and the University of Colorado school of medicine. Resources: https://www.joinmyhuddle.com/about
Stress Management in Kids with Jessica Hawks, PhD and Jenna Glover, PhD (S6:E12)
31:53Today's episode is underwritten by Ent Credit Union, proud supporter of Charting Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado. Ent, Colorado’s largest credit union, has a passion for people, not for profit. Ent has more than 45 service centers located up and down the Front Range, including the Denver Metro area and Northern Colorado. Visit Ent dot com. Insured by NCUA. It is no surprise that more and more kids are experiencing stress and anxiety. With the recent current events including COVID-19, these last few years have been stressful for everyone. As kids get older and begin to take on more responsibility and experience more changes in life, stress becomes more apparent. Today we are going to talk about strategies that provider can incorporate into clinic, the right questions to ask patients and families, and talk about the post pandemic stress epidemic that we are seeing in kids. This episode is part of our 12-episode mental health series where we aim to give primary care providers useful tools and relevant clinical information to support them in the care of patients with mental health needs. Today I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Jenna Glover and Dr. Jessica Hawks.
Palliative Care for all in Pediatrics with Adam Hill, MD (S6:E:11)
25:18Today's episode is underwritten by Transamerica, a proud supporter of Charting Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado. Transamerica is committed to helping improve the overall wellness within all communities. Their partnership supports the urgent need in our community of pediatric mental health. Thank you Transamerica. When a child is diagnosed with a serious illness, it is important for the whole family to get the support and care that they need. Palliative care not only helps children and families with the pain and symptoms of their illnesses, but it also helps to enhance the child’s quality of life. In this episode, we are going to discuss how palliative care teams can partner with Primary care providers to help treat and ease the symptoms, pain, and stress of seriously ill patients. Today I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Adam B. Hill. Dr. Adam B Hill is the Palliative Medicine Department Chair here at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
What to Expect With a Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy with Soham Roy, MD (S6:E10)
29:24Getting your tonsils out used to mean spending a few days in the hospital and getting ice cream for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy, or T&A, is the second most common childhood surgery performed. It is important for pediatricians to have a detailed understanding of indication for referral, pre- and post-surgical management, and how this procedure has evolved over time. Today we are joined by an Otolaryngology expert to talk about tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy surgeries, when it is needed, and how this surgery is beneficial to patients. Today I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Soham Roy. Dr. Roy Soham is the chair of Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s Hospital Colorado and is a professor and vice chair at the university of Colorado school of medicine.
Cardiac Screening and Return to Play Guidelines with Chris Rausch, MD (S6:E9)
26:27Approximately 35 to 45 million youths, 6 to 18 years of age, participate in some form of athletics. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many aspects of the lives of children and families, including youth sport activity. As children present for health supervision visits and preparticipation physical evaluations, parents and athletes likely will ask questions about how best to ensure safety when considering a return to sports participation and physical activity. In addition, there are lingering concerns about the risk of myocarditis in this population, from disease and vaccination. In this episode we will evaluate the most current guidance on this topic and discuss the risk of myocarditis, all from a cardiology perspective. Today I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Chris Rausch. Resources: https://www.jacc.org/doi/abs/10.1016/j.jacc.2022.02.003 https://www.aap.org/en/pages/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-infections/clinical-guidance/covid-19-interim-guidance-return-to-sports/
Updated Hyperbilirubinemia Management Guidelines with Christine Gold, MD (S6:E8)
23:19Recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) revised clinical guidelines on hyperbilirubinemia and how to treat infants born at at least 35 weeks. Although it is common for many newborn infants to experience jaundice, it is important for physicians and primary care providers to understand and monitor newborn babies to ensure they don’t develop hyperbilirubinemia. In this episode, we are going to discuss what primary care providers should know about these new guidelines and how they are different than the previous guidelines. Today I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Christine Gold. Resources: New 2022 AAP Hyperbilirubinemia guidelines: https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/150/3/e2022058859/188726/Clinical-Practice-Guideline-Revision-Management-of?autologincheck=redirected?nfToken=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Old 2004 AAP guidelines: https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/114/1/297/64771/Management-of-Hyperbilirubinemia-in-the-Newborn Bili Tool: https://bilitool.org Pedicalc: https://peditools.org/bili2022/
Screening for Mental Health Risk Factors in Primary Care with Robert Hilt, MD and Sandra Fritsch, MD (S6:E7)
32:39Today's episode is underwritten by Ent Credit Union, proud supporter of Charting Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado. Primary care providers and Pediatricians play a vital role in the identification, prevention, and management of pediatric mental health. With the increased need for mental health services and limited access to resources, early detection is a crucial first step. On this episode, we are going to discuss the importance of routine mental health screenings and the tools and resources primary care providers can leverage within the medical home. Today I am happy to be speaking with Dr. Robert Hilt and Dr. Sandra Fritsch. Dr. Hilt is a professor at the University of Washington, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and a psychiatrist at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Dr. Fritsch is a psychiatrist that works in our Child and Adolescent Psychiatry department here at Children’s Colorado.
Re-Emergence of Polio and New Wave of EVD-68 with Kevin Messacar, MD (S6:E6)
46:49In the early 1950’s, Polio was one of the most unknown and feared disease in the United States. According to the CDC, polio caused hundreds of thousands of cases of paralysis before the development of a vaccine. Since the vaccine, there have been no new cases, until now. In addition, we are seeing the continued spread of another virus that can cause paralysis, Enterovirus D68. Today we will talk about the possible relationships between these two viral diseases and what you our healthcare providers need to be aware of for prompt diagnosis and treatment. Today I am delighted to be speaking with my colleague Dr. Kevin Messacar. Kevin works in the Infectious Disease department at Children’s Hospital Colorado and is an Associate professor in the department of pediatrics at the University of Colorado school of Medicine. Resources: Polio MMWR: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/wr/mm7133e2.htm EV-D68 MMWR: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/wr/mm7140e1.htm AFM Consensus Recommendations: https://www.thelancet.com/article/S0140-6736(20)32723-9/fulltext CDC Job Aid for AFM Reporting: https://www.cdc.gov/acute-flaccid-myelitis/downloads/job-aid-for-clinicians-508.pdf AFM Physician Support Portal: https://wearesrna.org/living-with-myelitis/resources/afm-physician-support-portal/ https://www.cdc.gov/acute-flaccid-myelitis/downloads/examining-proximal-muscle-weakness-508.pdf