- Introduction – Calling an Admission9:33Strayerisms - Something for Pain20:54Paper Chase 1 - Hypothermia Post Peds Arrest4:09Wound Repair Part 1 - Wound Prep9:45Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Weight Estimation10:47Calcaneal Fractures15:55Paper Chase 2 - Downstream Effects of Coronary CTA3:09Critical Care Mailbag – Case of the Slow Crash21:56Pharmacology Rounds – NSAID Allergies4:43LIN Session – Can You Multitask16:38Paper Chase 3 - Cardiac Arrest Text Alerts4:15Decision Fatigue17:20Pharmacology Rounds – Are Opiates Bad for ACS3:01Tactical EMS11:59Paper Chase 4 - Fast Fluids in Sepsis3:55Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild – Removing Pelvic Binders6:50HIV Cardiovascular Risk6:34Community Medicine Rants – Tape Measure Ventilation10:57Paper Chase 5 - Sooner is Better in Trauma Transfusion3:17Pediatric Pearls – Peds Card Codes19:17Annals of Emergency Medicine - Erythroderma Not Your Everyday Sunburn14:11Mailbag and Summary19:17EM:RAP 2017 March German Edition1h, 13mEM:RAP 2017 March Spanish Edition1h, 29mEM:RAP 2017 March Aussie Edition16:33EM:RAP 2017 March French Edition25:15EM:RAP 2017 March Canadian Edition28:50
The most accurate method for estimating weight in pediatric patients is using length. If needed, this can be adjusted for body habitus. If they look overweight, go up a color. When it comes to airway tubes, use the ideal body weight.