- Introduction - In Extremis15:46Airway Corner - Hypoxemia10:23LIN Session - Rapid Team Building18:19Paper Chase 1 – Intubating in Analog and Digital4:43Amazing Animals - Introduction1:18Caden’s Story – Intussusception P119:23Critical Care Mailbag – Phenylephrine in Sepsis6:39A Sensible Approach to TIA P1Free Chapter16:51Paper Chase 2 – Fluid Volume in Pediatric DKA4:14Marijuana Comes of Age8:23Amazing Animals – Gila Monster3:23Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Plastic Surgery17:45Can You Pick Your Friends Nose4:33The Schedule Hack14:45Paper Chase 3 – Hypertonic Saline in Brain Injury3:35Caden’s Story – Intussusception P217:46Amazing Animals – Horseshoe Crab3:33Paper Chase 4 - Is Longer Better in PTX Decompression4:05A Sensible Approach to TIA P217:50Annals of Emergency Medicine – The Worst Day Ever19:48Strayerisms – Roc vs Sux10:36Paper Chase 5 – A Case of Steroids Not Helping3:59Understanding the Frequent Flyer10:00Summary23:15EM:RAP 2016 August German Edition1h, 18mEM:RAP 2016 August French Edition35:54EM:RAP 2016 August Aussie Edition29:08EM:RAP 2016 August Canadian Edition26:55EM:RAP 2016 August Spanish Edition1h, 13m
Intussusception is one of the most common abdominal emergencies in early childhood which involves the telescoping of a part of the intestine into itself. Most cases of intussusception are considered to be idiopathic. Less commonly, intussusception may be due to an underlying disease causing a pathological lead point or postoperative. Ann Dietrich, Ilene, and Mizuho discuss presentation and diagnosis of intussusception and new updates in management.