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Stridor in an infant is a significant clinical sign; the primary objectives are to ensure that the airway is safe and to arrange timely, appropriate management. A structured history, examination and targeted investigations will determine the cause and guide care.Laryngomalacia is the most common...
A young girl received a diagnosis of septic arthritis of the knee unresponsive to standard medical and surgical treatment. We report the patient’s clinical journey with clinical commentary throughout, underlying the importance of differential diagnosis that may open several scenarios and a...
This paper sets out the use and benefits of adopting a coaching style of conversation within our everyday practice. Here, we present two case examples within a paediatric setting which applies coaching skills to different contexts to help progress meaningful conversations.
At medical school, there is a phrase to help us remember that common things are common: ‘If you hear hooves think horses, not zebras’. However, zebras do exist, and from time to time in general paediatric and neonatal practice, we will encounter these rare diagnoses, more of which we can now...
The article covers the following elements: practical and technological considerations for optimising data collection and output; reference ranges for oximetry parameters across the ages; things to consider when interpreting a pulse oximetry study (eg, sleep/wake times); the ability of pulse...
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