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November 6, 2014

TREKK E-update: November 6, 2014

Visit trekk.ca to view our latest tools and resources including:

1) Bottom line recommendations for diabetic ketoacidosis (English)

2) TREKK Talk on pediatric gastroenteritis with Dr. Stephen Freedman

3) A database of all Cochrane systematic reviews related to pediatric emergency medicine developed by Alberta Research Centre for Health Evidence (ARCHE).

In This Issue...

Bottom Line Recommendations for DKA

TREKK Talk - Pediatric Gastroenteritis with Dr. Stephen Freedman

Cochrane systematic reviews relating to pediatric emergency medicine

Bottom Line Recommendations for DKA

Created by TREKK's content advisor for diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA),
Dr. Sarah Reid of the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, this two page summary is for use in combination with a published pediatric-specific protocol for the treatment and management of pediatric DKA in the emergency department. 

Please visit our site to access these DKA recommendations.

TREKK Talk - Pediatric Gastroenteritis with Dr. Stephen Freedman

TREKK Talk on Pediatric Gastroenteritis - by Dr. Stephen Freedman, Physician, Associate Professor in the Department of Paediatrics - Sections of Emergency Medicine and Gastroenterology, Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute Healthy Outcomes Theme Group Leader.

The objectives of this session will help you: 

  • Optimally employ antiemetics to improve outcomes
  • Understand intravenous rehydration controversies
  • Comprehend evidence base surrounding probiotics
  • Be familiar with TREKK gastroenteritis content

Please visit our YouTube page to access this TREKK talk

Cochrane systematic reviews relating to pediatric emergency medicine

Now available on trekk.ca is a searchable database of all Cochrane systematic reviews relating to pediatric emergency medicine compiled by Alberta Research Centre for Health Evidence (ARCHE).

Visit our website to search this database

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