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The authors evaluated all outpatient pediatric procedures using propofol sedation over a 6-year period. Propofol sedation is used more frequently in pediatric procedures because of its ability to provide varying sedation levels. The authors evaluated all outpatient pediatric procedures using propofol sedation over a 6-year period. All sedation was provided by pediatric intensivists at a single institution. In all, 4716 procedures were recorded during the study period; 15% of procedures were associated with minor complications, whereas only . % of procedures were associated with major complications.

Conclusions: Pediatric otolaryngology procedures constitute significant volume at our AS.

Pediatric otolaryngology procedures performed with a highly skilled team at an outpatient ASC result in high quality and safe surgery. Download full-text PDF. Source.

Pediatric Annals Dr. Jacob A. Lohr is Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, and f of the North Carolina Children's Hospital Chapel. Lohr is Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, and f of the North Carolina Children's Hospital Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Dr. Lohr earned his AB in English and his medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

promote patient safety; Impact of (resident) duty work hours on patient safety; Role of simulation in safety; The role of diagnostic errors in patient safety; The role of collaborative . by Brian Jacobs, MD,Max J. Coppes, MD, PhD, MBA. The Clinics: Internal Medicine (Book Volume 59-6).

promote patient safety; Impact of (resident) duty work hours on patient safety; Role of simulation in safety; The role of diagnostic errors in patient safety; The role of collaborative efforts to reduce hospital acquired conditions; Patient safety in ambulatory care; Role of FDA and pediatric safety; and Patient safety through the eyes of a parent.

Jacob's Ladder Pediatric Rehab, Chesterton, Indiana. This book was really a very interesting and easy read. It stresses many areas that would benefit all children but especially those children receiving therapy services. It also benefits families and the relationships within those families.

Errors in pediatric emergency department (ED) settings may be attributable to improper patient identification, lack of experience of adult emergency staff with pediatrics, and challenges with performing technical procedures on and calculating medication doses for children. 25,26 Other sources of error include communication between prehospital and ED staff; among ED staff, particularly during change-of-shift sign-off; between ED and inpatient. staff; and between ED staff and family members.

The definition of a pediatric patient for the purposes of San Mateo County EMS protocols is age less than 15 years or a. .Explain all procedures to older children and adolescents directly. Allow child to hold a familiar security object. Use distraction techniques to assist in gaining cooperation.

The definition of a pediatric patient for the purposes of San Mateo County EMS protocols is age less than 15 years or a length-based weight (per Broselow Tape) of 36 kg or less. Patients who are known to be less than 15 years of age but whose weight exceeds 36 kg may still be considered pediatric patients given their chronological age; however weights will then need to be estimated and adult dosages should be used. Acknowledge positive behaviors, no matter how small.

This complete reference covers the performance of nearly 150 paediatric outpatient procedures. The procedures are illustrated, and include physical measurements, screening procedures, and special physical diagnosis procedures, among other topics.
Pediatric Outpatient Procedures ebook
Author:
Jacob A. Lohr
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (November 1, 1991)
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400 pages
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