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PEM Rules

PEMrules is a dedicated Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast designed to help medical students, residents, physicians or anyone who cares for children in the acute setting.


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Jun 20, 2022

My nurses and my team often appreciate some of these rules and they are also the right thing to do for our patients.  

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Jun 6, 2022

Sometimes the people who help me the most in the ER are not even clinicians. They are the child life specialists who help my patients (and therefore me) have a better / easier experience. Jessie is one of our child life specialists who helps me be a more compassionate physician.

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May 23, 2022

Premature closure is something that all clinician deal with. This rule helped me avoid it in the past. In the end, it all boils down to rule number 47 (see episode 11). 

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May 9, 2022

What is the role of the PEM nurses in the Pediatric ED? and how do they help me do a better job? Who is the ideal PEM attending? I discuss this and other topics with one of our fantastic Pediatric EM nurses, Elizabeth  

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Apr 25, 2022

This episode is about knowing who (not what) to monitor, helping your team by pin-pointing and naming the problem and how to (hopefully) have good outcome in resuscitations by having the parents present. 

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