Diane Calello, MD, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers News Jersey Medical School, overviews common types and causes of poisonings in toddlers, children, and adolescents, including drugs of abuse, medications in the household, and social media challenges.
In this podcast, Florian Krammer, PhD, from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, discusses his team's proof-of-principle trial for a new universal influenza vaccine, as well as how close we are to a universal influenza vaccine.
In this podcast, Dr Cennimo discusses what clinicians should keep in mind during peak season for respiratory syncytial virus.
Increasing numbers of patients are experiencing severe lung injury as a result of electronic cigarette use, the CDC reports. In this podcast, Andrew Berman, MD, discusses the role of pediatricians in this public health crisis.
Dr Bal discusses new research suggesting that fine motor skills could be predictive of long-term language disabilities among individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
David A. Hill, MD, PhD, from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, gives an overview of the atopic march (or allergic march) and what general pediatricians should know when caring for patients with allergic conditions.
David Cennimo, MD, of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, discusses the current state of the US measles outbreak and overviews causes, symptoms, treatment, and the importance of vaccination.
With the current spike in US cases of acute flaccid myelitis in mind, Matthew J. Elrick, MD, PhD, from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, reviews clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and treatment for the polio-like illness.
Thomas Meersman, DHSc, MMsc, PA-C, on Examination of Pediatric Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders
In this podcast, Thomas Meersman, DHSc, MMsc, PA-C, speaks about ways clinicians can improve communication and examination of pediatric patients with autism spectrum disorders, including behavioral techniques to assist a clinician while using instruments or performing procedures that are often difficult in the examination of children with ASD. He also presented on this topic at the annual AAPA 2021 meeting.
In this podcast, Anne Teitelman, PhD, discusses how the human papillomavirus vaccination rate among adolescents falls short of national goals, as well as her and her colleagues intention to promote this vaccine series through the use of their new mobile health technology, Vaccipack.