- November Introduction13:30Movie Cliché Month - I Need 20 cc's of Cliches, STAT!1:15Pediatric Mythbusting: NPO Before Procedures7:37Cardiology Corner: New Post Cardiac Arrest GuidelinesFree Chapter20:10Paper Chase 1: Long Acting Insulin in DKA6:51Movie Cliché Month – That Needle Scene From Pulp Fiction3:48Bell’s Palsy: That Was Then, This Is Now17:27Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild: Post-Traumatic Cervical Artery Dissection18:22Paper Chase 2: The Abdominal Exam with Distracting Injuries5:53The Fight Doctor14:19Movie Cliché Month - Cautery With Rambo III3:24LIN Sessions: Intrathecal Pumps14:22Paper Chase 3: Fixed Dose PCC for Emergent Warfarin Reversal6:55Alcohol Withdrawal15:56Annals of Emergency Medicine: Sternoclavicular Dislocation16:30Paper Chase 4: The Game May Change For Acute Stroke Treatment6:07Movie Cliché Month - Mad Max - Transfusion Road3:44Tales From The Administrator: ED Flow Part 2 – Throughput18:42Paper Chase 5: Acupuncture For Renal Colic4:43Pediatric Pearls: ENT Emergencies12:21Summary19:45EM:RAP 2015 November Aussie Edition26:35EM:RAP 2015 November Canadian Edition16:25EM:RAP 2015 Español Noviembre 20151h, 12mEM:RAP 2015 Novembre Résumé en Francais53:50
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There are currently no evidence based guidelines for evaluation or treatment in pediatric carotid artery injury or dissection. Most recommendations are derived from adult studies. Thus the best we can do is extrapolate from best evidence we have, and apply it to the unique features of pediatric populations.