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Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Airway Management
Management of the airway including bag valve mask ventilation, endotracheal intubation, surgical airways, needle cricothyrotomy, and laryngeal mask airway
Apparent Life Threatening Events among children and infants. Includes discussion of apnea.
Bacterial Meningitis
Diagnosis and management of bacterial meningitis
Treatment of abnormally slow heart rate
Management of acute wheezing and suspected bronchiolitis in childeren
Chicken Pox
Primary varicella infection.
Congenital Heart Disease
Emergency management of congentical heart disease in neonates and infants
Crying in infancy (less than 3 months of age)
Discharge from Emergency Department
Discharge instructions and checklist for emergency department peatients.
Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders
Workup of pediatric and adult patients with fever and no obvious source.
Hand Foot and Mouth
One of the more distinctive rash syndromes, usually caused by coxsackievirus and manifests with fever and a classic rash
Hand Lacerations
Examination and management of hand lacerations
Herpes Simplex Virus Infections
Diagnosis and management of Herpes Simplex (HSV) infections: Neonatal
Management of Jaundice in Newborns
Management of pediatric intussusception. The most common pediatric abdominal emergency in children younger than two years of age.
Iron Deficiency Anemia
Diagnosis and management of iron deficiency anemia
Kawasaki Disease
Diagnosis and managment of Kawasaki Disease
Knee Injury
Evaluation and workup of acute knee injuries
Necrotizing Enterocolitis
Usually affecting low birth weight infants, this illness can be subtle and difficult to Diagnose.
Penetrating Trauma
Treatment of penetrating trauma.
Mangement of pneumonia
Post Intubation
Post intubation checklist
Pyloric Stenosis
The most common surgical cause of vomiting in infants, it primarily affects term infants from 2 weeks to 6 months of age
Management of hypovolemic and septic shock
Skull Fractures
Management of isolated linear skull fractures
Status Epilepticus
Management of prolonged seizures
Tetralogy of Fallot
One of the more commonly encountered cyanotic congenital heart diseases. Includes management of the paroxysmal hypercyanotic attacks, or so called Tet spells.
General aspects of Advanced Trauma Life Support for adult and pediatrics
Urinary Tract Infection
Diagnosis and management of urinary tract infections in adults and pediatrics.
Venous Access
Indications and use of venous access including peripheral and central venous catheters
Management of Vertigo and Dizziness


Data Tabulation
Describes how to tabulate data using a spreadsheet such as Microsoft Excel. Proper data tabulation can save hours of work and prevents statistical errors
Delphi Studies
The do nots and why nots of the Delphi methodology. A special emphasis is given on the statistical evaluation of consensus or agreement
Ethical Analysis
Ethical guidelines for study design and data analysis
Manuscript Introduction
Writing an effective introduction for a manuscript, thesis, or artical
Python Style Guide
Style guide for MedStatStudio projects using Python
Questionaire Design
Design of survey instruments such as questionaires, surveys, and tests. Emphasis is on developing a valid and reliable survey tool.
R Style Guide
Style guide for MedStatStudio and Stat59 projects using R: A Language and Environnment for Statistical Computing

Disaster Tasks

How to evacuate a hospital or department


Charge Physician
Charge Physician Job Action Sheet for the ICED2 system. The Charge Physician gives overall direction to the Emergency Department response, and works in a Dyad with the Emergency Department Charge Nurse
Green Unit Physician Leader
Pediatrics Unit Physician leader
Physician Liaison
The Physician Liaison is responsible to the charge physician to assist with communication and coordination
Pretriage Physician
Red Unit Physician Leader
Task Force Leader
Task Force Member
Triage Physician
Triage Unit Physician Leader
Yellow Unit Physician Leader