Peds Notes: Approach To Heart Murmurs, Approach to Pediatric ECG, Key Pediatric ECG Normative Data, Acute Management of Croup, Maintenance IV Fluids: Avoiding Hyponatremia

In this post, I’ve reviewed and listed links to PedsCases Notes (Infographics) on:

  • Approach to Heart Murmurs
    Author: Sarah.Park
    Published: Apr 06, 2020
    This PedsCases Note provides a brief overview of an approach to heart murmurs, including key features to look for on history, physical exam, and auscultation, along with descriptions of various innocent and pathologic murmurs.
  • Approach to Pediatric ECG
    Author: Eric.King
    Published: May 01, 2020
    This note gives a concise approach to interpreting pediatric ECGs. It was created by Eric King, a medical student at the University of Alberta, and Dr. Karen Forbes, a pediatric hospitalist and medical educator at the University of Alberta. This infographic is based on the video by Eric King, Dr. Forbes and Dr. Joseph Atallah, pediatric cardiologist at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Canada.
  • Key Pediatric ECG Normative Data
    Author: Eric.King
    Published: May 01, 2020
    Use this handout as a quick resource to check the normative lead-independent and precordial lead ECG measurements for boys and girls. This handout was created by Eric King, a medical student at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Karen Forbes, a pediatric hospital and medical educator at the University of Alberta.
  • Acute Management of Croup
    Author: Sparsh.Shah
    Published: May 07, 2020
    This PedsCases Note provides a one-page infographic on the acute management of croup, based on the CPS Practice Point guideline. It describes common symptoms of mild, moderate, and severe presentations of croup along with a treatment and management flowchart.
  • Maintenance IV Fluids: Avoiding Hyponatremia
    Author: Sparsh.Shah
    Published: May 07, 2020
    This PedsCases Note provides a one-page handout on avoiding hyponatremia when prescribing maintenance IV fluids in children. Based on the CPS Practice Point guideline of the same topic, it outlines several causes and consequences of acute hyponatremia and provides recommendations to avoid the risk of hyponatremia.
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