In this course, Dr. Brian Alverson will guide you through a comprehensive review of the main pulmonary disorders in children. He will cover the major inherited and congenital lung problems in children, as well as review the causes of pulmonary disease acquired later in childhood.
Among other conditions, this course will cover the following topics:
The course assists your long term mastery and exam performance with quiz questions which feed a spaced retrieval algorithm. High-yield clinical pearls and mnemonics further support the learning process.
The lectures are excellent, would recommend them to other doctors.
Clear classification between small, large and tension. Clear risk factors of spontaneous PNE. All in all, I learned new things to appropriately diagnose and manage PNE.
Very good lecture. This allowed me to transfer my knowledge from the adult medicine to pediatrics regarding PE. However, I would have liked more info regarding the link with DVT and the clinical aspects of PE in children like clinical cases maybe and also a part about management. That being said I do understand it is not a typical pediatrics disease as it can be in adult medicine.
Another great lecture, where all the following are covered: - Myths: oxygen, etc. - Asthma vs Bronchiolitis - Pavalizumab - Current literature on brochiolitis - Experience from an advanced practitioner I work in a Swiss hospital and even though we follow as much as possible the AAP recommendation, we are not all the time up-to-date.