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Seattle Primary Care Principles for Child Mental Health  (2020)

Seattle Primary Care Principles for Child Mental Health

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Hilt R, Barcaly R

Hilt R, Barcaly R

Intranasal Lorazepam for Treatment of Severe Agitation in a Pediatric Behavioral Health Patient in the Emergency Department  (2020)

Intranasal Lorazepam for Treatment of Severe Agitation in a Pediatric Behavioral Health Patient in the Emergency Department

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Bregstein, J. S., A. M. Wagh and D. S. Tsze

Bregstein, J. S., A. M. Wagh and D. S. Tsze

Switching to clonidine transdermal patches in four paediatric cases: Strategies benefits and challenges  (2020)

Switching to clonidine transdermal patches in four paediatric cases: Strategies benefits and challenges

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Olalekan, K., A. Bevan and A. Whitney

Olalekan, K., A. Bevan and A. Whitney

An audit of anti-psychotic use on a general adult intensive care unit  (2020)

An audit of anti-psychotic use on a general adult intensive care unit

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St Jackson, C. E. A. and E. Armstrong

St Jackson, C. E. A. and E. Armstrong

A research agenda for assessment and management of psychosis in emergency department patients  (2019)

A research agenda for assessment and management of psychosis in emergency department patients

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Peltzer-Jones, J., K. Nordstrom, G. Currier, J. S. Berlin, C. Singh and S. Schneider

Peltzer-Jones, J., K. Nordstrom, G. Currier, J. S. Berlin, C. Singh and S. Sc...

Psychiatric Outcomes of Patients With Severe Agitation Following Administration of Prehospital Ketamine  (2019)

Psychiatric Outcomes of Patients With Severe Agitation Following Administration of Prehospital Ketamine

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Lebin, J. A., A. R. Akhavan, D. S. Hippe, M. H. Gittinger, J. Pasic, A. M. McCoy and M. C. Vrablik

Lebin, J. A., A. R. Akhavan, D. S. Hippe, M. H. Gittinger, J. Pasic, A. M. Mc...

Drug use in adolescents attending the emergency department for mental health problems  (2019)

Drug use in adolescents attending the emergency department for mental health problems

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Buttera, M., A. Clavenna, E. Maselli, L. Tansini, M. P. Canevini and M. Bonati

Buttera, M., A. Clavenna, E. Maselli, L. Tansini, M. P. Canevini and M. Bonati

Pharmacologic Management of Agitation and Aggression in a Pediatric Emergency Department - A Retrospective Cohort Study  (2018)

Pharmacologic Management of Agitation and Aggression in a Pediatric Emergency Department - A Retrospective Cohort Study

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Kendrick, J. G., R. D. Goldman and R. R. Carr

Kendrick, J. G., R. D. Goldman and R. R. Carr

Factors associated with intubation and capnographically proven apnea in patients treated with intramuscular ketamine for prehospital agitation  (2018)

Factors associated with intubation and capnographically proven apnea in patients treated with intramuscular ketamine for prehospital agitation

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Scharber, S. K., J. B. Cole, L. R. Klein, B. E. Driver and T. D. Olives

Scharber, S. K., J. B. Cole, L. R. Klein, B. E. Driver and T. D. Olives

Neuroleptic prescribing and monitoring practices in pediatric inpatient medical and psychiatric settings  (2018)

Neuroleptic prescribing and monitoring practices in pediatric inpatient medical and psychiatric settings

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Le, L., J. R. Bostwick, A. Andreasen and N. Malas

Le, L., J. R. Bostwick, A. Andreasen and N. Malas

PLACID study: A randomized trial comparing the efficacy and safety of inhaled loxapine versus intramuscular aripiprazole in acutely agitated patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder  (2018)

PLACID study: A randomized trial comparing the efficacy and safety of inhaled loxapine versus intramuscular aripiprazole in acutely agitated patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder

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San, L., G. Estrada, N. Oudovenko, F. Montanes, N. Dobrovolskaya, O. Bukhanovskaya, M. Popov and E. Vieta

San, L., G. Estrada, N. Oudovenko, F. Montanes, N. Dobrovolskaya, O. Bukhanov...

The use and effectiveness of pro re nata psychotropic medications in children and adolescents: A systematic review  (2017)

The use and effectiveness of pro re nata psychotropic medications in children and adolescents: A systematic review

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Asogwa, K., J. Okudo and J. Idowu

Asogwa, K., J. Okudo and J. Idowu

The use, safety, and efficacy of olanzapine in a pediatric emergency department over a 10-year period  (2017)

The use, safety, and efficacy of olanzapine in a pediatric emergency department over a 10-year period

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Cole, J. B., A. M. Strobel, L. R. Klein, S. R. Blanchard, R. H. Nahum and M. L. Martel

Cole, J. B., A. M. Strobel, L. R. Klein, S. R. Blanchard, R. H. Nahum and M. ...

Prehospital ketamine use by paramedics in the Australian Capital Territory: A 12 month retrospective analysis  (2017)

Prehospital ketamine use by paramedics in the Australian Capital Territory: A 12 month retrospective analysis

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Hollis, G. J., T. M. Keene, R. M. Ardlie, D. G. Caldicott and S. G. Stapleton

Hollis, G. J., T. M. Keene, R. M. Ardlie, D. G. Caldicott and S. G. Stapleton

Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study  (2017)

Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study

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Parsch, C. S., A. Boonstra, D. Teubner, W. Emmerton, B. McKenny and D. Y. Ellis

Parsch, C. S., A. Boonstra, D. Teubner, W. Emmerton, B. McKenny and D. Y. Ellis

Psychiatric polypharmacy, etiology and potential consequences  (2017)

Psychiatric polypharmacy, etiology and potential consequences

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Sarkar, S.

Sarkar, S.

Managing adolescent behavioural and mental health problems in the Emergency Department  (2016)

Managing adolescent behavioural and mental health problems in the Emergency Department

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McCaskill, M. E. and E. Durheim

McCaskill, M. E. and E. Durheim

Piloting a comprehensive, familycentered resource for the management of pediatric agitation and aggression in pediatric emergency and inpatient psychiatry  (2016)

Piloting a comprehensive, familycentered resource for the management of pediatric agitation and aggression in pediatric emergency and inpatient psychiatry

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Malas, N., M. K. Eter and N. Figueroa

Malas, N., M. K. Eter and N. Figueroa

Factors associated with agitation in a pediatric emergency room  (2016)

Factors associated with agitation in a pediatric emergency room

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Samuels, A., E. Rollhaus and Y. Lerea

Samuels, A., E. Rollhaus and Y. Lerea

Prehospital Ketamine is a Safe and Effective Treatment for Excited Delirium in a Community Hospital Based EMS System  (2016)

Prehospital Ketamine is a Safe and Effective Treatment for Excited Delirium in a Community Hospital Based EMS System

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Scaggs, T. R., D. M. Glass, M. G. Hutchcraft and W. B. Weir

Scaggs, T. R., D. M. Glass, M. G. Hutchcraft and W. B. Weir

A prospective study of ketamine versus haloperidol for severe prehospital agitation  (2016)

A prospective study of ketamine versus haloperidol for severe prehospital agitation

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Cole, J. B., J. C. Moore, P. C. Nystrom, B. S. Orozco, S. J. Stellpflug, R. L. Kornas, B. J. Fryza, L. W. Steinberg, A. O'Brien-Lambert, P. Bache-Wiig, K. M....

Cole, J. B., J. C. Moore, P. C. Nystrom, B. S. Orozco, S. J. Stellpflug, R. L...

Lurasidone for the Treatment of Irritability Associated with Autistic Disorder  (2016)

Lurasidone for the Treatment of Irritability Associated with Autistic Disorder

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Loebel, A., M. Brams, R. S. Goldman, R. Silva, D. Hernandez, L. Deng, R. Mankoski and R. L. Findling

Loebel, A., M. Brams, R. S. Goldman, R. Silva, D. Hernandez, L. Deng, R. Mank...

Comparison of risperidone and aripiprazole in the treatment of preschool children with disruptive behavior disorder and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder: A randomized clinical trial  (2016)

Comparison of risperidone and aripiprazole in the treatment of preschool children with disruptive behavior disorder and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder: A randomized clinical trial

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Safavi, P., A. Hasanpour-Dehkordi and M. Amirahmadi

Safavi, P., A. Hasanpour-Dehkordi and M. Amirahmadi

Behavioral Health Clinical Pathway CHOP  (2015)

Behavioral Health Clinical Pathway CHOP

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J. Lavelle, MD; M. M'Farrej, MD; J. Esposito, MD et al

J. Lavelle, MD; M. M'Farrej, MD; J. Esposito, MD et al

Challenges of Managing Pediatric Mental Health Crises in the Emergency Department  (2015)

Challenges of Managing Pediatric Mental Health Crises in the Emergency Department

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Chun, T. H., E. R. Katz, S. J. Duffy and R. S. Gerson

Chun, T. H., E. R. Katz, S. J. Duffy and R. S. Gerson

Ketamine use for acute agitation in the emergency department  (2015)

Ketamine use for acute agitation in the emergency department

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Hopper, A. B., G. M. Vilke, E. M. Castillo, A. Campillo, T. Davie and M. P. Wilson

Hopper, A. B., G. M. Vilke, E. M. Castillo, A. Campillo, T. Davie and M. P. W...

How to manage agitation and aggression in emergency service  (2014)

How to manage agitation and aggression in emergency service

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Bahali, K.

Bahali, K.

Aripiprazole use in children and adolescents: A public hospital child psychiatry outpatient department's experience  (2014)

Aripiprazole use in children and adolescents: A public hospital child psychiatry outpatient department's experience

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Basgul, S. S.

Basgul, S. S.

Pharmacologic management of the agitated child  (2014)

Pharmacologic management of the agitated child

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Marzullo, L. R.

Marzullo, L. R.

A single-dose, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of sublingual asenapine for acute agitation  (2014)

A single-dose, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of sublingual asenapine for acute agitation

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Pratts, M., L. Citrome, W. Grant, L. Leso and L. A. Opler

Pratts, M., L. Citrome, W. Grant, L. Leso and L. A. Opler

Intravenous droperidol or olanzapine as an adjunct to midazolam for the acutely agitated patient: a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial  (2013)

Intravenous droperidol or olanzapine as an adjunct to midazolam for the acutely agitated patient: a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial

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Chan, E. W., D. M. Taylor, J. C. Knott, G. A. Phillips, D. J. Castle and D. C. Kong

Chan, E. W., D. M. Taylor, J. C. Knott, G. A. Phillips, D. J. Castle and D. C...

A novel agent for agitated delirium: A case series of ketamine utilization in the emergency department (ED)  (2013)

A novel agent for agitated delirium: A case series of ketamine utilization in the emergency department (ED)

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Kopec, K. T., J. Lavelle, K. C. Osterhoudt and J. M. Kowalski

Kopec, K. T., J. Lavelle, K. C. Osterhoudt and J. M. Kowalski

Efficacy and tolerability of aripiprazole in a daily practice outpatient population of child and adolescent  (2013)

Efficacy and tolerability of aripiprazole in a daily practice outpatient population of child and adolescent

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Donuk, T., B. Idris, E. Yilmaz, H. Erdem, R. Irmak, M. H. Bulut, T. Bildik and S. Erermis

Donuk, T., B. Idris, E. Yilmaz, H. Erdem, R. Irmak, M. H. Bulut, T. Bildik an...

Adverse drug reactions in psychiatry outpatients: Clinical spectrum, causality and avoidability  (2013)

Adverse drug reactions in psychiatry outpatients: Clinical spectrum, causality and avoidability

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Jayanthi, C. R., M. Divyashree and M. Sushma

Jayanthi, C. R., M. Divyashree and M. Sushma

Long-term effectiveness of flexibly dosed paliperidone extended-release: comparison among patients with schizophrenia switching from risperidone and other antipsychotic agents  (2013)

Long-term effectiveness of flexibly dosed paliperidone extended-release: comparison among patients with schizophrenia switching from risperidone and other antipsychotic agents

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Kim, E. Y., S. M. Chang, J. C. Shim, E. J. Joo, J. J. Kim, Y. S. Kim and Y. M. Ahn

Kim, E. Y., S. M. Chang, J. C. Shim, E. J. Joo, J. J. Kim, Y. S. Kim and Y. M...

Long-term efficacy and tolerability of perospirone for young help-seeking people at clinical high risk: A preliminary open trial  (2013)

Long-term efficacy and tolerability of perospirone for young help-seeking people at clinical high risk: A preliminary open trial

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Tsujino, N., T. Nemoto, K. Morita, N. Katagiri, S. Ito and M. Mizuno

Tsujino, N., T. Nemoto, K. Morita, N. Katagiri, S. Ito and M. Mizuno

Comparison of the safety and efficacy of ketamine versus olanzapine for sedation of violent agitated patients in a community emergency department  (2012)

Comparison of the safety and efficacy of ketamine versus olanzapine for sedation of violent agitated patients in a community emergency department

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Hibbs, N. T., S. E. Kirby and C. S. Seitz

Hibbs, N. T., S. E. Kirby and C. S. Seitz

Ketamine sedation for patients with acute agitation and psychiatric illness requiring aeromedical retrieval  (2012)

Ketamine sedation for patients with acute agitation and psychiatric illness requiring aeromedical retrieval

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Le Cong, M., B. Gynther, E. Hunter and P. Schuller

Le Cong, M., B. Gynther, E. Hunter and P. Schuller

Dexmedetomidine for transport of a spontaneously breathing combative child  (2012)

Dexmedetomidine for transport of a spontaneously breathing combative child

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Watt, K. M., J. Walgos, I. M. Cheifetz and D. A. Turner

Watt, K. M., J. Walgos, I. M. Cheifetz and D. A. Turner

Correlating CRAFFT, PHQ-9, and SSF scores in adolescent psychiatric inpatients  (2011)

Correlating CRAFFT, PHQ-9, and SSF scores in adolescent psychiatric inpatients

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Atkinson, D., C. Wall and J. Jannon

Atkinson, D., C. Wall and J. Jannon

Effect of nicotine replacement therapy on agitation in smokers with schizophrenia: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study  (2011)

Effect of nicotine replacement therapy on agitation in smokers with schizophrenia: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study

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Allen, M. H., M. Debanne, C. Lazignac, E. Adam, L. M. Dickinson and C. Damsa

Allen, M. H., M. Debanne, C. Lazignac, E. Adam, L. M. Dickinson and C. Damsa

Adjunctive low-dose aripiprazole with standard-dose sertraline in treating fresh major depressive disorder: a randomized, double-blind, controlled study  (2011)

Adjunctive low-dose aripiprazole with standard-dose sertraline in treating fresh major depressive disorder: a randomized, double-blind, controlled study

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Lin, C. H., S. H. Lin and F. L. Jang

Lin, C. H., S. H. Lin and F. L. Jang

Safety and tolerability of aripiprazole for irritability in pediatric patients with autistic disorder: a 52-week, open-label, multicenter study  (2011)

Safety and tolerability of aripiprazole for irritability in pediatric patients with autistic disorder: a 52-week, open-label, multicenter study

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Marcus, R. N., R. Owen, G. Manos, R. Mankoski, L. Kamen, R. D. McQuade, W. H. Carson and R. L. Findling

Marcus, R. N., R. Owen, G. Manos, R. Mankoski, L. Kamen, R. D. McQuade, W. H....

A randomized, double-blind study of paliperidone extended-release in treatment of acute schizophrenia in adolescents  (2011)

A randomized, double-blind study of paliperidone extended-release in treatment of acute schizophrenia in adolescents

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Singh, J., A. Robb, U. Vijapurkar, I. Nuamah and D. Hough

Singh, J., A. Robb, U. Vijapurkar, I. Nuamah and D. Hough

Pharmacological management of the agitated pediatric patient  (2010)

Pharmacological management of the agitated pediatric patient

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Adimando, A. J., Y. B. Poncin and C. R. Baum

Adimando, A. J., Y. B. Poncin and C. R. Baum

Comparison of risperidone orodispersible tablet and intramuscular haloperidol in the treatment of acute psychotic agitation: a randomized open, prospective study  (2010)

Comparison of risperidone orodispersible tablet and intramuscular haloperidol in the treatment of acute psychotic agitation: a randomized open, prospective study

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Lim, H. K., J. J. Kim, C. U. Pae, C. U. Lee, C. Lee and I. H. Paik

Lim, H. K., J. J. Kim, C. U. Pae, C. U. Lee, C. Lee and I. H. Paik

Dyskinesia in nave children and adolescents treated with olanzapine, risperidone and quetiapine: Three months follow up  (2010)

Dyskinesia in nave children and adolescents treated with olanzapine, risperidone and quetiapine: Three months follow up

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Merchn-Naranjo, J., M. Garca-Amador, M. Leiva-Resino, C. Llorente, C. Tapia-Casellas, M. Girldez, D. Fraguas and C. Arango

Merchn-Naranjo, J., M. Garca-Amador, M. Leiva-Resino, C. Llorente, C. Tapia-C...

Double-blind randomized trial of risperidone versus divalproex in pediatric bipolar disorder  (2010)

Double-blind randomized trial of risperidone versus divalproex in pediatric bipolar disorder

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Pavuluri, M. N., D. B. Henry, R. L. Findling, S. Parnes, J. A. Carbray, T. Mohammed, P. G. Janicak and J. A. Sweeney

Pavuluri, M. N., D. B. Henry, R. L. Findling, S. Parnes, J. A. Carbray, T. Mo...

Droperidol use in pediatric emergency department patients  (2010)

Droperidol use in pediatric emergency department patients

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Szwak, K. and A. Sacchetti

Szwak, K. and A. Sacchetti

A non-randomized, Open study with aripiprazole and ziprasidone for the treatment of aggressive behavior in youth in a community clinic  (2009)

A non-randomized, Open study with aripiprazole and ziprasidone for the treatment of aggressive behavior in youth in a community clinic

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Bastiaens, L.

Bastiaens, L.

Conventional intramuscular sedatives versus ziprasidone for severe agitation in adolescents: case-control study  (2009)

Conventional intramuscular sedatives versus ziprasidone for severe agitation in adolescents: case-control study

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Jangro, W. C., H. Preval, R. Southard, S. G. Klotz and A. Francis

Jangro, W. C., H. Preval, R. Southard, S. G. Klotz and A. Francis

More questions than answers! Clinical dilemmas in psychopharmacology in pregnancy and lactation  (2009)

More questions than answers! Clinical dilemmas in psychopharmacology in pregnancy and lactation

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Desai, G., G. N. Babu, R. P. Rajkumar and P. S. Chandra

Desai, G., G. N. Babu, R. P. Rajkumar and P. S. Chandra

Pharmacogenetics of acute treatment of depression and anxiety in children and adolescents  (2009)

Pharmacogenetics of acute treatment of depression and anxiety in children and adolescents

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Kronenberg, S., A. Apter, M. Carmel, A. Frisch and A. Weizman

Kronenberg, S., A. Apter, M. Carmel, A. Frisch and A. Weizman

Agitation treatment for pediatric emergency patients  (2008)

Agitation treatment for pediatric emergency patients

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Hilt, R. J. and T. A. Woodward

Hilt, R. J. and T. A. Woodward

A double-blind placebo controlled trial of piracetam added to risperidone in patients with autistic disorder  (2008)

A double-blind placebo controlled trial of piracetam added to risperidone in patients with autistic disorder

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Akhondzadeh, S., H. Tajdar, M. R. Mohammadi, M. Mohammadi, G. H. Nouroozinejad, O. L. Shabstari and H. A. Ghelichnia

Akhondzadeh, S., H. Tajdar, M. R. Mohammadi, M. Mohammadi, G. H. Nouroozineja...

Use of antipsychotics and benzodiazepines in patients with psychiatric emergencies: results of an observational trial  (2008)

Use of antipsychotics and benzodiazepines in patients with psychiatric emergencies: results of an observational trial

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Wilhelm, S., A. Schacht and T. Wagner

Wilhelm, S., A. Schacht and T. Wagner

Oral risperidone, olanzapine and quetiapine versus haloperidol in psychotic agitation  (2008)

Oral risperidone, olanzapine and quetiapine versus haloperidol in psychotic agitation

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Villari, V., P. Rocca, V. Fonzo, C. Montemagni, P. Pandullo and F. Bogetto

Villari, V., P. Rocca, V. Fonzo, C. Montemagni, P. Pandullo and F. Bogetto

Ketamine for prehospital use: new look at an old drug  (2007)

Ketamine for prehospital use: new look at an old drug

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Svenson, J. E. and M. K. Abernathy

Svenson, J. E. and M. K. Abernathy

A prospective 6-month analysis of the naturalistic use of aripiprazole - Factors predicting favourable outcome  (2007)

A prospective 6-month analysis of the naturalistic use of aripiprazole - Factors predicting favourable outcome

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Taylor, D., J. Atkinson, C. Fischetti, A. Sparshatt and S. Jones

Taylor, D., J. Atkinson, C. Fischetti, A. Sparshatt and S. Jones

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department  (2006)

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department

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Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

A pilot, open-label safety study of quetiapine for treatment of moderate psychotic agitation in the emergency setting  (2006)

A pilot, open-label safety study of quetiapine for treatment of moderate psychotic agitation in the emergency setting

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Currier, G. W., A. J. Trenton, P. G. Walsh and E. van Wijngaarden

Currier, G. W., A. J. Trenton, P. G. Walsh and E. van Wijngaarden

Antidepressant side effects in children and adolescents  (2006)

Antidepressant side effects in children and adolescents

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Gualtieri, C. T. and L. G. Johnson

Gualtieri, C. T. and L. G. Johnson

Advances in psychotropic formulations  (2006)

Advances in psychotropic formulations

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Keith, S.

Keith, S.

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department  (2006)

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department

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Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

An unusual case of subterfuge in the emergency department: covert administration of antipsychotic and anxiolytic medications to control an agitated patient  (2006)

An unusual case of subterfuge in the emergency department: covert administration of antipsychotic and anxiolytic medications to control an agitated patient

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Lewin, M. R., L. Montauk, M. Shalit and F. Nobay

Lewin, M. R., L. Montauk, M. Shalit and F. Nobay

Treatment of aggression with risperidone in children and adolescents with bipolar disorder: a case series  (2006)

Treatment of aggression with risperidone in children and adolescents with bipolar disorder: a case series

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Saxena, K., K. Chang and H. Steiner

Saxena, K., K. Chang and H. Steiner

Risperidone versus haloperidol, in combination with lorazepam, in the treatment of acute agitation and psychosis: a pilot, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial  (2006)

Risperidone versus haloperidol, in combination with lorazepam, in the treatment of acute agitation and psychosis: a pilot, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

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Veser, F. H., B. D. Veser, J. T. McMullan, J. Zealberg and G. W. Currier

Veser, F. H., B. D. Veser, J. T. McMullan, J. Zealberg and G. W. Currier

Management of acute undifferentiated agitation in the emergency department: a randomized double-blind trial of droperidol, ziprasidone, and midazolam  (2005)

Management of acute undifferentiated agitation in the emergency department: a randomized double-blind trial of droperidol, ziprasidone, and midazolam

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Martel, M., A. Sterzinger, J. Miner, J. Clinton and M. Biros

Martel, M., A. Sterzinger, J. Miner, J. Clinton and M. Biros

Rapid-acting IM ziprasidone in a psychiatric emergency service: a naturalistic study  (2005)

Rapid-acting IM ziprasidone in a psychiatric emergency service: a naturalistic study

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Preval, H., S. G. Klotz, R. Southard and A. Francis

Preval, H., S. G. Klotz, R. Southard and A. Francis

The psychopharmacologic treatment of violent youth  (2004)

The psychopharmacologic treatment of violent youth

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Gilligan, J. and B. Lee

Gilligan, J. and B. Lee

Fluoxetine, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and their combination for adolescents with depression: Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS) randomized controlled trial  (2004)

Fluoxetine, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and their combination for adolescents with depression: Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS) randomized controlled trial

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March, J. S.

March, J. S.

A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of paroxetine in children and adolescents with social anxiety disorder  (2004)

A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of paroxetine in children and adolescents with social anxiety disorder

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Wagner, K. D., R. Berard, M. B. Stein, E. Wetherhold, D. J. Carpenter, P. Perera, M. Gee, K. Davy and A. Machin

Wagner, K. D., R. Berard, M. B. Stein, E. Wetherhold, D. J. Carpenter, P. Per...

Emergency department presentations of naltrexone-accelerated detoxification  (2003)

Emergency department presentations of naltrexone-accelerated detoxification

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Armstrong, J., M. Little and L. Murray

Armstrong, J., M. Little and L. Murray

Pharmacological management of agitation in emergency settings  (2003)

Pharmacological management of agitation in emergency settings

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Yildiz, A., G. S. Sachs and A. Turgay

Yildiz, A., G. S. Sachs and A. Turgay

Evaluation of droperidol in the acutely agitated child or adolescent  (2001)

Evaluation of droperidol in the acutely agitated child or adolescent

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Hameer, O., K. Collin, M. H. Ensom and S. Lomax

Hameer, O., K. Collin, M. H. Ensom and S. Lomax

Prehospital sedation with intramuscular droperidol: A one-year pilot  (2001)

Prehospital sedation with intramuscular droperidol: A one-year pilot

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Hick, J. L., B. D. Mahoney and M. Lappe

Hick, J. L., B. D. Mahoney and M. Lappe

A comparison of intramuscular ketamine with high dose intramuscular midazolam with and without intranasal flumazenil in children before suturing  (2001)

A comparison of intramuscular ketamine with high dose intramuscular midazolam with and without intranasal flumazenil in children before suturing

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McGlone, R., T. Fleet, S. Durham and S. Hollis

McGlone, R., T. Fleet, S. Durham and S. Hollis

Olanzapine: an updated review of its use in the management of schizophrenia  (2001)

Olanzapine: an updated review of its use in the management of schizophrenia

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Bhana, N., R. H. Foster, R. Olney and G. L. Plosker

Bhana, N., R. H. Foster, R. Olney and G. L. Plosker

Seattle Primary Care Principles for Child Mental Health  (2020)

Seattle Primary Care Principles for Child Mental Health

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Hilt R, Barcaly R

Hilt R, Barcaly R

Intranasal Lorazepam for Treatment of Severe Agitation in a Pediatric Behavioral Health Patient in the Emergency Department  (2020)

Intranasal Lorazepam for Treatment of Severe Agitation in a Pediatric Behavioral Health Patient in the Emergency Department

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Bregstein, J. S., A. M. Wagh and D. S. Tsze

Bregstein, J. S., A. M. Wagh and D. S. Tsze

Switching to clonidine transdermal patches in four paediatric cases: Strategies benefits and challenges  (2020)

Switching to clonidine transdermal patches in four paediatric cases: Strategies benefits and challenges

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Olalekan, K., A. Bevan and A. Whitney

Olalekan, K., A. Bevan and A. Whitney

An audit of anti-psychotic use on a general adult intensive care unit  (2020)

An audit of anti-psychotic use on a general adult intensive care unit

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St Jackson, C. E. A. and E. Armstrong

St Jackson, C. E. A. and E. Armstrong

A research agenda for assessment and management of psychosis in emergency department patients  (2019)

A research agenda for assessment and management of psychosis in emergency department patients

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Peltzer-Jones, J., K. Nordstrom, G. Currier, J. S. Berlin, C. Singh and S. Schneider

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Psychiatric Outcomes of Patients With Severe Agitation Following Administration of Prehospital Ketamine  (2019)

Psychiatric Outcomes of Patients With Severe Agitation Following Administration of Prehospital Ketamine

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Lebin, J. A., A. R. Akhavan, D. S. Hippe, M. H. Gittinger, J. Pasic, A. M. McCoy and M. C. Vrablik

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Drug use in adolescents attending the emergency department for mental health problems  (2019)

Drug use in adolescents attending the emergency department for mental health problems

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Buttera, M., A. Clavenna, E. Maselli, L. Tansini, M. P. Canevini and M. Bonati

Buttera, M., A. Clavenna, E. Maselli, L. Tansini, M. P. Canevini and M. Bonati

Pharmacologic Management of Agitation and Aggression in a Pediatric Emergency Department - A Retrospective Cohort Study  (2018)

Pharmacologic Management of Agitation and Aggression in a Pediatric Emergency Department - A Retrospective Cohort Study

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Kendrick, J. G., R. D. Goldman and R. R. Carr

Kendrick, J. G., R. D. Goldman and R. R. Carr

Factors associated with intubation and capnographically proven apnea in patients treated with intramuscular ketamine for prehospital agitation  (2018)

Factors associated with intubation and capnographically proven apnea in patients treated with intramuscular ketamine for prehospital agitation

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Scharber, S. K., J. B. Cole, L. R. Klein, B. E. Driver and T. D. Olives

Scharber, S. K., J. B. Cole, L. R. Klein, B. E. Driver and T. D. Olives

Neuroleptic prescribing and monitoring practices in pediatric inpatient medical and psychiatric settings  (2018)

Neuroleptic prescribing and monitoring practices in pediatric inpatient medical and psychiatric settings

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Le, L., J. R. Bostwick, A. Andreasen and N. Malas

Le, L., J. R. Bostwick, A. Andreasen and N. Malas

PLACID study: A randomized trial comparing the efficacy and safety of inhaled loxapine versus intramuscular aripiprazole in acutely agitated patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder  (2018)

PLACID study: A randomized trial comparing the efficacy and safety of inhaled loxapine versus intramuscular aripiprazole in acutely agitated patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder

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San, L., G. Estrada, N. Oudovenko, F. Montanes, N. Dobrovolskaya, O. Bukhanovskaya, M. Popov and E. Vieta

San, L., G. Estrada, N. Oudovenko, F. Montanes, N. Dobrovolskaya, O. Bukhanov...

The use and effectiveness of pro re nata psychotropic medications in children and adolescents: A systematic review  (2017)

The use and effectiveness of pro re nata psychotropic medications in children and adolescents: A systematic review

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Asogwa, K., J. Okudo and J. Idowu

Asogwa, K., J. Okudo and J. Idowu

The use, safety, and efficacy of olanzapine in a pediatric emergency department over a 10-year period  (2017)

The use, safety, and efficacy of olanzapine in a pediatric emergency department over a 10-year period

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Cole, J. B., A. M. Strobel, L. R. Klein, S. R. Blanchard, R. H. Nahum and M. L. Martel

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Prehospital ketamine use by paramedics in the Australian Capital Territory: A 12 month retrospective analysis  (2017)

Prehospital ketamine use by paramedics in the Australian Capital Territory: A 12 month retrospective analysis

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Hollis, G. J., T. M. Keene, R. M. Ardlie, D. G. Caldicott and S. G. Stapleton

Hollis, G. J., T. M. Keene, R. M. Ardlie, D. G. Caldicott and S. G. Stapleton

Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study  (2017)

Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study

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Parsch, C. S., A. Boonstra, D. Teubner, W. Emmerton, B. McKenny and D. Y. Ellis

Parsch, C. S., A. Boonstra, D. Teubner, W. Emmerton, B. McKenny and D. Y. Ellis

Psychiatric polypharmacy, etiology and potential consequences  (2017)

Psychiatric polypharmacy, etiology and potential consequences

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Sarkar, S.

Sarkar, S.

Managing adolescent behavioural and mental health problems in the Emergency Department  (2016)

Managing adolescent behavioural and mental health problems in the Emergency Department

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McCaskill, M. E. and E. Durheim

McCaskill, M. E. and E. Durheim

Piloting a comprehensive, familycentered resource for the management of pediatric agitation and aggression in pediatric emergency and inpatient psychiatry  (2016)

Piloting a comprehensive, familycentered resource for the management of pediatric agitation and aggression in pediatric emergency and inpatient psychiatry

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Malas, N., M. K. Eter and N. Figueroa

Malas, N., M. K. Eter and N. Figueroa

Factors associated with agitation in a pediatric emergency room  (2016)

Factors associated with agitation in a pediatric emergency room

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Samuels, A., E. Rollhaus and Y. Lerea

Samuels, A., E. Rollhaus and Y. Lerea

Prehospital Ketamine is a Safe and Effective Treatment for Excited Delirium in a Community Hospital Based EMS System  (2016)

Prehospital Ketamine is a Safe and Effective Treatment for Excited Delirium in a Community Hospital Based EMS System

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Scaggs, T. R., D. M. Glass, M. G. Hutchcraft and W. B. Weir

Scaggs, T. R., D. M. Glass, M. G. Hutchcraft and W. B. Weir

A prospective study of ketamine versus haloperidol for severe prehospital agitation  (2016)

A prospective study of ketamine versus haloperidol for severe prehospital agitation

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Cole, J. B., J. C. Moore, P. C. Nystrom, B. S. Orozco, S. J. Stellpflug, R. L. Kornas, B. J. Fryza, L. W. Steinberg, A. O'Brien-Lambert, P. Bache-Wiig, K. M....

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Lurasidone for the Treatment of Irritability Associated with Autistic Disorder  (2016)

Lurasidone for the Treatment of Irritability Associated with Autistic Disorder

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Loebel, A., M. Brams, R. S. Goldman, R. Silva, D. Hernandez, L. Deng, R. Mankoski and R. L. Findling

Loebel, A., M. Brams, R. S. Goldman, R. Silva, D. Hernandez, L. Deng, R. Mank...

Comparison of risperidone and aripiprazole in the treatment of preschool children with disruptive behavior disorder and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder: A randomized clinical trial  (2016)

Comparison of risperidone and aripiprazole in the treatment of preschool children with disruptive behavior disorder and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder: A randomized clinical trial

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Safavi, P., A. Hasanpour-Dehkordi and M. Amirahmadi

Safavi, P., A. Hasanpour-Dehkordi and M. Amirahmadi

Behavioral Health Clinical Pathway CHOP  (2015)

Behavioral Health Clinical Pathway CHOP

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J. Lavelle, MD; M. M'Farrej, MD; J. Esposito, MD et al

J. Lavelle, MD; M. M'Farrej, MD; J. Esposito, MD et al

Challenges of Managing Pediatric Mental Health Crises in the Emergency Department  (2015)

Challenges of Managing Pediatric Mental Health Crises in the Emergency Department

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Chun, T. H., E. R. Katz, S. J. Duffy and R. S. Gerson

Chun, T. H., E. R. Katz, S. J. Duffy and R. S. Gerson

Ketamine use for acute agitation in the emergency department  (2015)

Ketamine use for acute agitation in the emergency department

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Hopper, A. B., G. M. Vilke, E. M. Castillo, A. Campillo, T. Davie and M. P. Wilson

Hopper, A. B., G. M. Vilke, E. M. Castillo, A. Campillo, T. Davie and M. P. W...

How to manage agitation and aggression in emergency service  (2014)

How to manage agitation and aggression in emergency service

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Bahali, K.

Bahali, K.

Aripiprazole use in children and adolescents: A public hospital child psychiatry outpatient department's experience  (2014)

Aripiprazole use in children and adolescents: A public hospital child psychiatry outpatient department's experience

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Basgul, S. S.

Basgul, S. S.

Pharmacologic management of the agitated child  (2014)

Pharmacologic management of the agitated child

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Marzullo, L. R.

Marzullo, L. R.

A single-dose, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of sublingual asenapine for acute agitation  (2014)

A single-dose, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of sublingual asenapine for acute agitation

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Pratts, M., L. Citrome, W. Grant, L. Leso and L. A. Opler

Pratts, M., L. Citrome, W. Grant, L. Leso and L. A. Opler

Intravenous droperidol or olanzapine as an adjunct to midazolam for the acutely agitated patient: a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial  (2013)

Intravenous droperidol or olanzapine as an adjunct to midazolam for the acutely agitated patient: a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial

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Chan, E. W., D. M. Taylor, J. C. Knott, G. A. Phillips, D. J. Castle and D. C. Kong

Chan, E. W., D. M. Taylor, J. C. Knott, G. A. Phillips, D. J. Castle and D. C...

A novel agent for agitated delirium: A case series of ketamine utilization in the emergency department (ED)  (2013)

A novel agent for agitated delirium: A case series of ketamine utilization in the emergency department (ED)

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Kopec, K. T., J. Lavelle, K. C. Osterhoudt and J. M. Kowalski

Kopec, K. T., J. Lavelle, K. C. Osterhoudt and J. M. Kowalski

Efficacy and tolerability of aripiprazole in a daily practice outpatient population of child and adolescent  (2013)

Efficacy and tolerability of aripiprazole in a daily practice outpatient population of child and adolescent

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Donuk, T., B. Idris, E. Yilmaz, H. Erdem, R. Irmak, M. H. Bulut, T. Bildik and S. Erermis

Donuk, T., B. Idris, E. Yilmaz, H. Erdem, R. Irmak, M. H. Bulut, T. Bildik an...

Adverse drug reactions in psychiatry outpatients: Clinical spectrum, causality and avoidability  (2013)

Adverse drug reactions in psychiatry outpatients: Clinical spectrum, causality and avoidability

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Jayanthi, C. R., M. Divyashree and M. Sushma

Jayanthi, C. R., M. Divyashree and M. Sushma

Long-term effectiveness of flexibly dosed paliperidone extended-release: comparison among patients with schizophrenia switching from risperidone and other antipsychotic agents  (2013)

Long-term effectiveness of flexibly dosed paliperidone extended-release: comparison among patients with schizophrenia switching from risperidone and other antipsychotic agents

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Kim, E. Y., S. M. Chang, J. C. Shim, E. J. Joo, J. J. Kim, Y. S. Kim and Y. M. Ahn

Kim, E. Y., S. M. Chang, J. C. Shim, E. J. Joo, J. J. Kim, Y. S. Kim and Y. M...

Long-term efficacy and tolerability of perospirone for young help-seeking people at clinical high risk: A preliminary open trial  (2013)

Long-term efficacy and tolerability of perospirone for young help-seeking people at clinical high risk: A preliminary open trial

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Tsujino, N., T. Nemoto, K. Morita, N. Katagiri, S. Ito and M. Mizuno

Tsujino, N., T. Nemoto, K. Morita, N. Katagiri, S. Ito and M. Mizuno

Comparison of the safety and efficacy of ketamine versus olanzapine for sedation of violent agitated patients in a community emergency department  (2012)

Comparison of the safety and efficacy of ketamine versus olanzapine for sedation of violent agitated patients in a community emergency department

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Hibbs, N. T., S. E. Kirby and C. S. Seitz

Hibbs, N. T., S. E. Kirby and C. S. Seitz

Ketamine sedation for patients with acute agitation and psychiatric illness requiring aeromedical retrieval  (2012)

Ketamine sedation for patients with acute agitation and psychiatric illness requiring aeromedical retrieval

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Le Cong, M., B. Gynther, E. Hunter and P. Schuller

Le Cong, M., B. Gynther, E. Hunter and P. Schuller

Dexmedetomidine for transport of a spontaneously breathing combative child  (2012)

Dexmedetomidine for transport of a spontaneously breathing combative child

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Watt, K. M., J. Walgos, I. M. Cheifetz and D. A. Turner

Watt, K. M., J. Walgos, I. M. Cheifetz and D. A. Turner

Correlating CRAFFT, PHQ-9, and SSF scores in adolescent psychiatric inpatients  (2011)

Correlating CRAFFT, PHQ-9, and SSF scores in adolescent psychiatric inpatients

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Atkinson, D., C. Wall and J. Jannon

Atkinson, D., C. Wall and J. Jannon

Effect of nicotine replacement therapy on agitation in smokers with schizophrenia: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study  (2011)

Effect of nicotine replacement therapy on agitation in smokers with schizophrenia: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study

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Allen, M. H., M. Debanne, C. Lazignac, E. Adam, L. M. Dickinson and C. Damsa

Allen, M. H., M. Debanne, C. Lazignac, E. Adam, L. M. Dickinson and C. Damsa

Adjunctive low-dose aripiprazole with standard-dose sertraline in treating fresh major depressive disorder: a randomized, double-blind, controlled study  (2011)

Adjunctive low-dose aripiprazole with standard-dose sertraline in treating fresh major depressive disorder: a randomized, double-blind, controlled study

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Lin, C. H., S. H. Lin and F. L. Jang

Lin, C. H., S. H. Lin and F. L. Jang

Safety and tolerability of aripiprazole for irritability in pediatric patients with autistic disorder: a 52-week, open-label, multicenter study  (2011)

Safety and tolerability of aripiprazole for irritability in pediatric patients with autistic disorder: a 52-week, open-label, multicenter study

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Marcus, R. N., R. Owen, G. Manos, R. Mankoski, L. Kamen, R. D. McQuade, W. H. Carson and R. L. Findling

Marcus, R. N., R. Owen, G. Manos, R. Mankoski, L. Kamen, R. D. McQuade, W. H....

A randomized, double-blind study of paliperidone extended-release in treatment of acute schizophrenia in adolescents  (2011)

A randomized, double-blind study of paliperidone extended-release in treatment of acute schizophrenia in adolescents

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Singh, J., A. Robb, U. Vijapurkar, I. Nuamah and D. Hough

Singh, J., A. Robb, U. Vijapurkar, I. Nuamah and D. Hough

Pharmacological management of the agitated pediatric patient  (2010)

Pharmacological management of the agitated pediatric patient

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Adimando, A. J., Y. B. Poncin and C. R. Baum

Adimando, A. J., Y. B. Poncin and C. R. Baum

Comparison of risperidone orodispersible tablet and intramuscular haloperidol in the treatment of acute psychotic agitation: a randomized open, prospective study  (2010)

Comparison of risperidone orodispersible tablet and intramuscular haloperidol in the treatment of acute psychotic agitation: a randomized open, prospective study

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Lim, H. K., J. J. Kim, C. U. Pae, C. U. Lee, C. Lee and I. H. Paik

Lim, H. K., J. J. Kim, C. U. Pae, C. U. Lee, C. Lee and I. H. Paik

Dyskinesia in nave children and adolescents treated with olanzapine, risperidone and quetiapine: Three months follow up  (2010)

Dyskinesia in nave children and adolescents treated with olanzapine, risperidone and quetiapine: Three months follow up

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Merchn-Naranjo, J., M. Garca-Amador, M. Leiva-Resino, C. Llorente, C. Tapia-Casellas, M. Girldez, D. Fraguas and C. Arango

Merchn-Naranjo, J., M. Garca-Amador, M. Leiva-Resino, C. Llorente, C. Tapia-C...

Double-blind randomized trial of risperidone versus divalproex in pediatric bipolar disorder  (2010)

Double-blind randomized trial of risperidone versus divalproex in pediatric bipolar disorder

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Pavuluri, M. N., D. B. Henry, R. L. Findling, S. Parnes, J. A. Carbray, T. Mohammed, P. G. Janicak and J. A. Sweeney

Pavuluri, M. N., D. B. Henry, R. L. Findling, S. Parnes, J. A. Carbray, T. Mo...

Droperidol use in pediatric emergency department patients  (2010)

Droperidol use in pediatric emergency department patients

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Szwak, K. and A. Sacchetti

Szwak, K. and A. Sacchetti

A non-randomized, Open study with aripiprazole and ziprasidone for the treatment of aggressive behavior in youth in a community clinic  (2009)

A non-randomized, Open study with aripiprazole and ziprasidone for the treatment of aggressive behavior in youth in a community clinic

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Bastiaens, L.

Bastiaens, L.

Conventional intramuscular sedatives versus ziprasidone for severe agitation in adolescents: case-control study  (2009)

Conventional intramuscular sedatives versus ziprasidone for severe agitation in adolescents: case-control study

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Jangro, W. C., H. Preval, R. Southard, S. G. Klotz and A. Francis

Jangro, W. C., H. Preval, R. Southard, S. G. Klotz and A. Francis

More questions than answers! Clinical dilemmas in psychopharmacology in pregnancy and lactation  (2009)

More questions than answers! Clinical dilemmas in psychopharmacology in pregnancy and lactation

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Desai, G., G. N. Babu, R. P. Rajkumar and P. S. Chandra

Desai, G., G. N. Babu, R. P. Rajkumar and P. S. Chandra

Pharmacogenetics of acute treatment of depression and anxiety in children and adolescents  (2009)

Pharmacogenetics of acute treatment of depression and anxiety in children and adolescents

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Kronenberg, S., A. Apter, M. Carmel, A. Frisch and A. Weizman

Kronenberg, S., A. Apter, M. Carmel, A. Frisch and A. Weizman

Agitation treatment for pediatric emergency patients  (2008)

Agitation treatment for pediatric emergency patients

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Hilt, R. J. and T. A. Woodward

Hilt, R. J. and T. A. Woodward

A double-blind placebo controlled trial of piracetam added to risperidone in patients with autistic disorder  (2008)

A double-blind placebo controlled trial of piracetam added to risperidone in patients with autistic disorder

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Akhondzadeh, S., H. Tajdar, M. R. Mohammadi, M. Mohammadi, G. H. Nouroozinejad, O. L. Shabstari and H. A. Ghelichnia

Akhondzadeh, S., H. Tajdar, M. R. Mohammadi, M. Mohammadi, G. H. Nouroozineja...

Use of antipsychotics and benzodiazepines in patients with psychiatric emergencies: results of an observational trial  (2008)

Use of antipsychotics and benzodiazepines in patients with psychiatric emergencies: results of an observational trial

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Wilhelm, S., A. Schacht and T. Wagner

Wilhelm, S., A. Schacht and T. Wagner

Oral risperidone, olanzapine and quetiapine versus haloperidol in psychotic agitation  (2008)

Oral risperidone, olanzapine and quetiapine versus haloperidol in psychotic agitation

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Villari, V., P. Rocca, V. Fonzo, C. Montemagni, P. Pandullo and F. Bogetto

Villari, V., P. Rocca, V. Fonzo, C. Montemagni, P. Pandullo and F. Bogetto

Ketamine for prehospital use: new look at an old drug  (2007)

Ketamine for prehospital use: new look at an old drug

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Svenson, J. E. and M. K. Abernathy

Svenson, J. E. and M. K. Abernathy

A prospective 6-month analysis of the naturalistic use of aripiprazole - Factors predicting favourable outcome  (2007)

A prospective 6-month analysis of the naturalistic use of aripiprazole - Factors predicting favourable outcome

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Taylor, D., J. Atkinson, C. Fischetti, A. Sparshatt and S. Jones

Taylor, D., J. Atkinson, C. Fischetti, A. Sparshatt and S. Jones

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department  (2006)

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department

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Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

A pilot, open-label safety study of quetiapine for treatment of moderate psychotic agitation in the emergency setting  (2006)

A pilot, open-label safety study of quetiapine for treatment of moderate psychotic agitation in the emergency setting

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Currier, G. W., A. J. Trenton, P. G. Walsh and E. van Wijngaarden

Currier, G. W., A. J. Trenton, P. G. Walsh and E. van Wijngaarden

Antidepressant side effects in children and adolescents  (2006)

Antidepressant side effects in children and adolescents

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Gualtieri, C. T. and L. G. Johnson

Gualtieri, C. T. and L. G. Johnson

Advances in psychotropic formulations  (2006)

Advances in psychotropic formulations

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Keith, S.

Keith, S.

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department  (2006)

Randomized clinical trial comparing intravenous midazolam and droperidol for sedation of the acutely agitated patient in the emergency department

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Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

Knott, J. C., D. M. Taylor and D. J. Castle

An unusual case of subterfuge in the emergency department: covert administration of antipsychotic and anxiolytic medications to control an agitated patient  (2006)

An unusual case of subterfuge in the emergency department: covert administration of antipsychotic and anxiolytic medications to control an agitated patient

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Lewin, M. R., L. Montauk, M. Shalit and F. Nobay

Lewin, M. R., L. Montauk, M. Shalit and F. Nobay

Treatment of aggression with risperidone in children and adolescents with bipolar disorder: a case series  (2006)

Treatment of aggression with risperidone in children and adolescents with bipolar disorder: a case series

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Saxena, K., K. Chang and H. Steiner

Saxena, K., K. Chang and H. Steiner

Risperidone versus haloperidol, in combination with lorazepam, in the treatment of acute agitation and psychosis: a pilot, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial  (2006)

Risperidone versus haloperidol, in combination with lorazepam, in the treatment of acute agitation and psychosis: a pilot, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

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Veser, F. H., B. D. Veser, J. T. McMullan, J. Zealberg and G. W. Currier

Veser, F. H., B. D. Veser, J. T. McMullan, J. Zealberg and G. W. Currier

Management of acute undifferentiated agitation in the emergency department: a randomized double-blind trial of droperidol, ziprasidone, and midazolam  (2005)

Management of acute undifferentiated agitation in the emergency department: a randomized double-blind trial of droperidol, ziprasidone, and midazolam

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Martel, M., A. Sterzinger, J. Miner, J. Clinton and M. Biros

Martel, M., A. Sterzinger, J. Miner, J. Clinton and M. Biros

Rapid-acting IM ziprasidone in a psychiatric emergency service: a naturalistic study  (2005)

Rapid-acting IM ziprasidone in a psychiatric emergency service: a naturalistic study

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Preval, H., S. G. Klotz, R. Southard and A. Francis

Preval, H., S. G. Klotz, R. Southard and A. Francis

The psychopharmacologic treatment of violent youth  (2004)

The psychopharmacologic treatment of violent youth

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Gilligan, J. and B. Lee

Gilligan, J. and B. Lee

Fluoxetine, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and their combination for adolescents with depression: Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS) randomized controlled trial  (2004)

Fluoxetine, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and their combination for adolescents with depression: Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS) randomized controlled trial

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March, J. S.

March, J. S.

A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of paroxetine in children and adolescents with social anxiety disorder  (2004)

A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of paroxetine in children and adolescents with social anxiety disorder

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Wagner, K. D., R. Berard, M. B. Stein, E. Wetherhold, D. J. Carpenter, P. Perera, M. Gee, K. Davy and A. Machin

Wagner, K. D., R. Berard, M. B. Stein, E. Wetherhold, D. J. Carpenter, P. Per...

Emergency department presentations of naltrexone-accelerated detoxification  (2003)

Emergency department presentations of naltrexone-accelerated detoxification

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Armstrong, J., M. Little and L. Murray

Armstrong, J., M. Little and L. Murray

Pharmacological management of agitation in emergency settings  (2003)

Pharmacological management of agitation in emergency settings

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Yildiz, A., G. S. Sachs and A. Turgay

Yildiz, A., G. S. Sachs and A. Turgay

Evaluation of droperidol in the acutely agitated child or adolescent  (2001)

Evaluation of droperidol in the acutely agitated child or adolescent

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Hameer, O., K. Collin, M. H. Ensom and S. Lomax

Hameer, O., K. Collin, M. H. Ensom and S. Lomax

Prehospital sedation with intramuscular droperidol: A one-year pilot  (2001)

Prehospital sedation with intramuscular droperidol: A one-year pilot

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Hick, J. L., B. D. Mahoney and M. Lappe

Hick, J. L., B. D. Mahoney and M. Lappe

A comparison of intramuscular ketamine with high dose intramuscular midazolam with and without intranasal flumazenil in children before suturing  (2001)

A comparison of intramuscular ketamine with high dose intramuscular midazolam with and without intranasal flumazenil in children before suturing

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McGlone, R., T. Fleet, S. Durham and S. Hollis

McGlone, R., T. Fleet, S. Durham and S. Hollis

Olanzapine: an updated review of its use in the management of schizophrenia  (2001)

Olanzapine: an updated review of its use in the management of schizophrenia

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Bhana, N., R. H. Foster, R. Olney and G. L. Plosker

Bhana, N., R. H. Foster, R. Olney and G. L. Plosker

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Does Your Child Have Ear Pain?  (2020)

Does Your Child Have Ear Pain?

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Acute otitis media (or middle ear infections)  are infections caused by viruses or bacteria, and are very common in children. This infographic provides useful information for parents and families with a child who has an ear infection. Browse through to learn about common symptoms, how to manage symptoms, and when to seek care.

 

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Video: How to manage your childs ear infection  (2020)

Video: How to manage your childs ear infection

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Acute otitis media (or middle ear infections) are infections caused by viruses or bacteria and are very common in children. This video provides useful information for parents and families about symptoms, how to manage symptoms, and when to seek care for a child who has an ear infection.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Does Your Child Have Ear Pain?  (2020)

Does Your Child Have Ear Pain?

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Acute otitis media (or middle ear infections)  are infections caused by viruses or bacteria, and are very common in children. This infographic provides useful information for parents and families with a child who has an ear infection. Browse through to learn about common symptoms, how to manage symptoms, and when to seek care.

 

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Video: How to manage your childs ear infection  (2020)

Video: How to manage your childs ear infection

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Acute otitis media (or middle ear infections) are infections caused by viruses or bacteria and are very common in children. This video provides useful information for parents and families about symptoms, how to manage symptoms, and when to seek care for a child who has an ear infection.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

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Video: Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids (Kids' CAP)  (2019)

Video: Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids (Kids' CAP)

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The Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids (Kids’ CAP) is a tool to educate children and caregivers about anaphylaxis. The main focus of this tool is to answer two questions: 1) How to recognize the symptoms of anaphylaxis; 2) What are the appropriate treatment steps of a child experiencing an anaphylactic reaction. The action plan document was developed by a research team at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) in 2015 and include validated pictograms with written instructions that are easily understood by students at grade 7 and above.

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre  (2017)

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre

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R, Choonidass

R, Choonidass

Being the parent of a child with life-threatening food allergies can be challenging. Visit the Children's Allergy and Asthma Education Resource Centre to view a series of videos that provide parent's views on life with a food allergy (accessed online: March 2017).

Video: Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids (Kids' CAP)  (2019)

Video: Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids (Kids' CAP)

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The Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids (Kids’ CAP) is a tool to educate children and caregivers about anaphylaxis. The main focus of this tool is to answer two questions: 1) How to recognize the symptoms of anaphylaxis; 2) What are the appropriate treatment steps of a child experiencing an anaphylactic reaction. The action plan document was developed by a research team at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) in 2015 and include validated pictograms with written instructions that are easily understood by students at grade 7 and above.

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre  (2017)

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre

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R, Choonidass

R, Choonidass

Being the parent of a child with life-threatening food allergies can be challenging. Visit the Children's Allergy and Asthma Education Resource Centre to view a series of videos that provide parent's views on life with a food allergy (accessed online: March 2017).

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Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 1

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 1

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Learning Objectives

  1. To assess pediatric asthma severity
  2. To use diagnostic tests effectively for pediatric asthma in the ED

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 2

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 2

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Learning Objectives

  1. To review evidence-based treatment options for pediatric asthma
  2. To list the discharge criteria for pediatric asthma from the ED
  3. To communicate effective discharge instructions for pediatric asthma

Infographic: Asthma and Children: What You Should Know  (2021)

Infographic: Asthma and Children: What You Should Know

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ECHO Research

ECHO Research

Asthma is a common condition that causes airways to swell and fill with mucus. This can make it hard to breathe.

Asthma can be caused by genetics or the environment. Asthma is long-lasting, but there are ways to help keep your child’s asthma under control. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Management of Acute Pediatric Asthma Exacerbations (2016)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Management of Acute Pediatric Asthma Exacerbations (2016)

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Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Episode 79: In this EM Cases episode on Pediatric Asthma, Dr. Dennis Scolnik and Dr. Sanjay Mehta discuss risk stratification (including the PASS and PRAM scores), indications for CXR, the value of blood gases, MDIs with spacer vs nebulizers for salbutamol and ipatropium bromide, the best way to give corticosteroids, the value of inhaled steroids, the importance of early administration of magnesium sulphate in the sickest kids, and the controversies around the use of ketamine, heliox, high flow nasal cannuala oxygen, NIPPV, epinephrine and IV salbutamol in severe asthma exacerbations. With the multinational and extensive experience of Dr. Dennis Scolnik, the clinical fellowship Program Director at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Dr. Sanjay Mehta, multiple award winning educator, you'll become more comfortable the next time you are faced with a child presenting with asthma in your ED. Published online: April 2016.

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre  (2017)

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre

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R, Choonidass

R, Choonidass

Being the parent of a child with life-threatening food allergies can be challenging. Visit the Children's Allergy and Asthma Education Resource Centre to view a series of videos that provide parent's views on life with a food allergy (accessed online: March 2017).

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for iPhone]  (2015)

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for iPhone]

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Ontario Lung Association

Ontario Lung Association

The Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) is a 12-point scoring system to objectively assess asthma severity and response to treatment in an acute care setting. Valid for use in patients 1 – 17 years of age, the PRAM score is used by many clinical pathways that guide health professionals in the acute assessment and management of asthmatic exacerbations in children and youth. Asthma severity is categorized by the following PRAM scores: Mild (0-3), Moderate (4-7) or Severe (8-12).

This PRAM app quickly calculates a PRAM score based on 5 clinical findings (oxygen saturation, suprasternal retractions, scalene muscle use, air entry and wheezing). The corresponding asthma severity and specific management is then provided, based on the Ontario Lung Association’s Pediatric Emergency Department Asthma Clinical Pathway.

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for Android]  (2015)

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for Android]

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Ontario Lung Association

Ontario Lung Association

The Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) is a 12-point scoring system to objectively assess asthma severity and response to treatment in an acute care setting. Valid for use in patients 1 – 17 years of age, the PRAM score is used by many clinical pathways that guide health professionals in the acute assessment and management of asthmatic exacerbations in children and youth. Asthma severity is categorized by the following PRAM scores: Mild (0-3), Moderate (4-7) or Severe (8-12).
This PRAM app quickly calculates a PRAM score based on 5 clinical findings (oxygen saturation, suprasternal retractions, scalene muscle use, air entry and wheezing). The corresponding asthma severity and specific management is then provided, based on the Ontario Lung Association’s Pediatric Emergency Department Asthma Clinical Pathway.

Video: Understanding and managing your child's asthma

Video: Understanding and managing your child's asthma

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE, research groups from the University of Alberta, have created an informative video for parents, with tips to help families understand common symptoms of asthma, how to manage symptoms at home, and when to seek emergency care.

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 1

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 1

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Learning Objectives

  1. To assess pediatric asthma severity
  2. To use diagnostic tests effectively for pediatric asthma in the ED

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 2

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Pediatric Asthma Part 2

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Learning Objectives

  1. To review evidence-based treatment options for pediatric asthma
  2. To list the discharge criteria for pediatric asthma from the ED
  3. To communicate effective discharge instructions for pediatric asthma

Infographic: Asthma and Children: What You Should Know  (2021)

Infographic: Asthma and Children: What You Should Know

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ECHO Research

ECHO Research

Asthma is a common condition that causes airways to swell and fill with mucus. This can make it hard to breathe.

Asthma can be caused by genetics or the environment. Asthma is long-lasting, but there are ways to help keep your child’s asthma under control. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Management of Acute Pediatric Asthma Exacerbations (2016)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Management of Acute Pediatric Asthma Exacerbations (2016)

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Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Episode 79: In this EM Cases episode on Pediatric Asthma, Dr. Dennis Scolnik and Dr. Sanjay Mehta discuss risk stratification (including the PASS and PRAM scores), indications for CXR, the value of blood gases, MDIs with spacer vs nebulizers for salbutamol and ipatropium bromide, the best way to give corticosteroids, the value of inhaled steroids, the importance of early administration of magnesium sulphate in the sickest kids, and the controversies around the use of ketamine, heliox, high flow nasal cannuala oxygen, NIPPV, epinephrine and IV salbutamol in severe asthma exacerbations. With the multinational and extensive experience of Dr. Dennis Scolnik, the clinical fellowship Program Director at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Dr. Sanjay Mehta, multiple award winning educator, you'll become more comfortable the next time you are faced with a child presenting with asthma in your ED. Published online: April 2016.

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre  (2017)

Children's Allergy & Asthma Education Centre

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R, Choonidass

R, Choonidass

Being the parent of a child with life-threatening food allergies can be challenging. Visit the Children's Allergy and Asthma Education Resource Centre to view a series of videos that provide parent's views on life with a food allergy (accessed online: March 2017).

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for iPhone]  (2015)

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for iPhone]

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Ontario Lung Association

Ontario Lung Association

The Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) is a 12-point scoring system to objectively assess asthma severity and response to treatment in an acute care setting. Valid for use in patients 1 – 17 years of age, the PRAM score is used by many clinical pathways that guide health professionals in the acute assessment and management of asthmatic exacerbations in children and youth. Asthma severity is categorized by the following PRAM scores: Mild (0-3), Moderate (4-7) or Severe (8-12).

This PRAM app quickly calculates a PRAM score based on 5 clinical findings (oxygen saturation, suprasternal retractions, scalene muscle use, air entry and wheezing). The corresponding asthma severity and specific management is then provided, based on the Ontario Lung Association’s Pediatric Emergency Department Asthma Clinical Pathway.

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for Android]  (2015)

Multimedia: Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) App [for Android]

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Ontario Lung Association

Ontario Lung Association

The Pediatric Respiratory Assessment Measure (PRAM) is a 12-point scoring system to objectively assess asthma severity and response to treatment in an acute care setting. Valid for use in patients 1 – 17 years of age, the PRAM score is used by many clinical pathways that guide health professionals in the acute assessment and management of asthmatic exacerbations in children and youth. Asthma severity is categorized by the following PRAM scores: Mild (0-3), Moderate (4-7) or Severe (8-12).
This PRAM app quickly calculates a PRAM score based on 5 clinical findings (oxygen saturation, suprasternal retractions, scalene muscle use, air entry and wheezing). The corresponding asthma severity and specific management is then provided, based on the Ontario Lung Association’s Pediatric Emergency Department Asthma Clinical Pathway.

Video: Understanding and managing your child's asthma

Video: Understanding and managing your child's asthma

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE, research groups from the University of Alberta, have created an informative video for parents, with tips to help families understand common symptoms of asthma, how to manage symptoms at home, and when to seek emergency care.

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What to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing  (2020)

What to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing

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Bronchiolitis is a viral infection, commonly caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), that affects the lower part of the lungs. It mainly affects babies and young children under 2 and is very contagious. This infographic provides information on the symptoms of bronchiolitis, how to manage it at home, and when to seek emergency care.

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Video: Cough, Cold, and Wheeze: How to help manage your childs bronchiolitis  (2020)

Video: Cough, Cold, and Wheeze: How to help manage your childs bronchiolitis

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Bronchiolitis is a viral infection, commonly caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), that affects the lower part of the lungs. It mainly affects babies and young children under 2 and is very contagious. This video provides information on the symptoms of bronchiolitis, how to manage it at home, and when to seek emergency care.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

More than just a cold: what to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing  (2017)

More than just a cold: what to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing

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Bronchiolitis is a viral infection, commonly caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), that affects the lower part of the lungs. It mainly affects babies and young children under 2 and is very contagious. This eBook provides information on the symptoms of bronchiolitis, how to manage it at home, and when to seek emergency care.

This eBook was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis  (2015)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis

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Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Episode 59:This EM Cases episode is on the diagnosis and management of Bronchiolitis. Bronchiolitis is one of the most common diagnoses made in both general and pediatric EDs, and like many pediatric illnesses, theres a wide spectrum of severity of illness as well as a huge variation in practice in treating these children. Bronchiolitis rarely requires any work up yet a lot of resources are used unnecessarily. We need to know when to worry about these kids, as most of them will improve with simple interventions and can be discharged home, while a few will require complex care. Sometimes its difficult to predict which kids will do well and which kids wont.With the help of Dr. Dennis Scolnik, the clinical fellowship program director at Torontos only pediatric emergency department and Dr. Sanjay Mehta, an amazing educator who you might remember from his fantastic work on our Pediatric Ortho episode, well sort through how to assess the child with respiratory illness, how to predict which kids might run into trouble, and what the best evidence-based management of these kids is. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis Part 2  (2015)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis Part 2

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Dr. Amy Plint

Dr. Amy Plint

Episode 59B: In response to Episode 59 with Dr. Sanjay Mehta and Dr. Dennis Scolnik on the emergency department diagnosis and management of Bronchiolitis, Dr. Amy Plint, one of Canadas most prominent researchers in Bronchiolitis and the Chair of Pediatric Emergency Research Canada, tells her practical approach to choosing medications in the emergency department, the take home message from her landmark 2009 NEJM study on the use of nebulized epinephrine and dexamethasone for treating Bronchiolitis, and the future of Bronchiolitis research. Published online: February 2015 

What to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing  (2020)

What to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing

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Bronchiolitis is a viral infection, commonly caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), that affects the lower part of the lungs. It mainly affects babies and young children under 2 and is very contagious. This infographic provides information on the symptoms of bronchiolitis, how to manage it at home, and when to seek emergency care.

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Video: Cough, Cold, and Wheeze: How to help manage your childs bronchiolitis  (2020)

Video: Cough, Cold, and Wheeze: How to help manage your childs bronchiolitis

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Bronchiolitis is a viral infection, commonly caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), that affects the lower part of the lungs. It mainly affects babies and young children under 2 and is very contagious. This video provides information on the symptoms of bronchiolitis, how to manage it at home, and when to seek emergency care.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

More than just a cold: what to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing  (2017)

More than just a cold: what to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing

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Bronchiolitis is a viral infection, commonly caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), that affects the lower part of the lungs. It mainly affects babies and young children under 2 and is very contagious. This eBook provides information on the symptoms of bronchiolitis, how to manage it at home, and when to seek emergency care.

This eBook was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis  (2015)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis

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Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Dr. Dennis Scolnik & Dr. Sanjay Mehta

Episode 59:This EM Cases episode is on the diagnosis and management of Bronchiolitis. Bronchiolitis is one of the most common diagnoses made in both general and pediatric EDs, and like many pediatric illnesses, theres a wide spectrum of severity of illness as well as a huge variation in practice in treating these children. Bronchiolitis rarely requires any work up yet a lot of resources are used unnecessarily. We need to know when to worry about these kids, as most of them will improve with simple interventions and can be discharged home, while a few will require complex care. Sometimes its difficult to predict which kids will do well and which kids wont.With the help of Dr. Dennis Scolnik, the clinical fellowship program director at Torontos only pediatric emergency department and Dr. Sanjay Mehta, an amazing educator who you might remember from his fantastic work on our Pediatric Ortho episode, well sort through how to assess the child with respiratory illness, how to predict which kids might run into trouble, and what the best evidence-based management of these kids is. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis Part 2  (2015)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Bronchiolitis Part 2

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Dr. Amy Plint

Dr. Amy Plint

Episode 59B: In response to Episode 59 with Dr. Sanjay Mehta and Dr. Dennis Scolnik on the emergency department diagnosis and management of Bronchiolitis, Dr. Amy Plint, one of Canadas most prominent researchers in Bronchiolitis and the Chair of Pediatric Emergency Research Canada, tells her practical approach to choosing medications in the emergency department, the take home message from her landmark 2009 NEJM study on the use of nebulized epinephrine and dexamethasone for treating Bronchiolitis, and the future of Bronchiolitis research. Published online: February 2015 

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Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Burn and Inhalation Injuries  (2019)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Burn and Inhalation Injuries

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Episode 124: Burn and inhalation injury patients present to the ED more often than one might think, with a staggering half a million annual visits in the USA alone. It turns out that for all burn patients—from minor to severe—there is a lot of room for improvement in ED management, counselling and disposition. Things like inaccurate estimation of burn size, unnecessary endotracheal intubation, over- and under-estimation of fluid resuscitation volumes, inadequate analgesia and inappropriate wound dressings are just some of the issues where a small change to ED practice patterns could have a huge impact on patient care. In this EM Cases main episode podcast we have the director of the Burn Unit at Hospital for Sick Children, Dr. Joel Fish and EM educator Dr. Maria Ivankovic discuss dozens of pearls and pitfalls in the management of both pediatric and adult burn and inhalation injuries management with a special appearance by airway master George Kovacs to talk about awake intubation in the burn and inhalation injuries patient. Published online: May 2019

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Burn and Inhalation Injuries  (2019)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Burn and Inhalation Injuries

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Episode 124: Burn and inhalation injury patients present to the ED more often than one might think, with a staggering half a million annual visits in the USA alone. It turns out that for all burn patients—from minor to severe—there is a lot of room for improvement in ED management, counselling and disposition. Things like inaccurate estimation of burn size, unnecessary endotracheal intubation, over- and under-estimation of fluid resuscitation volumes, inadequate analgesia and inappropriate wound dressings are just some of the issues where a small change to ED practice patterns could have a huge impact on patient care. In this EM Cases main episode podcast we have the director of the Burn Unit at Hospital for Sick Children, Dr. Joel Fish and EM educator Dr. Maria Ivankovic discuss dozens of pearls and pitfalls in the management of both pediatric and adult burn and inhalation injuries management with a special appearance by airway master George Kovacs to talk about awake intubation in the burn and inhalation injuries patient. Published online: May 2019

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Overview of systematic reviews: Systematic review of reviews of symptoms and signs of COVID-19 in children and adolescents.  (2020)

Overview of systematic reviews: Systematic review of reviews of symptoms and signs of COVID-19 in children and adolescents.

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Viner RM, Ward JL, Hudson LD, et al.

Viner RM, Ward JL, Hudson LD, et al.

Objective: To undertake a systematic review of reviews of the prevalence of symptoms and signs of COVID-19 in those aged under 20 years.

Overview of systematic reviews: Systematic review of reviews of symptoms and signs of COVID-19 in children and adolescents.  (2020)

Overview of systematic reviews: Systematic review of reviews of symptoms and signs of COVID-19 in children and adolescents.

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Viner RM, Ward JL, Hudson LD, et al.

Viner RM, Ward JL, Hudson LD, et al.

Objective: To undertake a systematic review of reviews of the prevalence of symptoms and signs of COVID-19 in those aged under 20 years.

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Commentary: Concussion management for children has changed: new pediatric protocols using the latest evidence  (2020)

Commentary: Concussion management for children has changed: new pediatric protocols using the latest evidence

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DeMatteo C, Randall S, Falla K, et al.

DeMatteo C, Randall S, Falla K, et al.

This study aims to update CanChild's 2015 RTA and RTS protocols, on the basis of empirical data and feedback collected from our recently completed prospective cohort study, focusing on concussed children and their caregivers; systematic review of evidence published since 2015; and consultation with concussion management experts.

Review: Prognosis of concussion in children  (2019)

Review: Prognosis of concussion in children

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Torres AR, Espinosa B

Torres AR, Espinosa B

The objective of this paper is to review the literature about prognostic factors that influence recovery from concussion. Also, we provide an overview of the duration of the symptoms, criteria to return to school and sports, and retirement of sports.

Commentary: Options for evaluating and tracking pediatric concussion  (2018)

Commentary: Options for evaluating and tracking pediatric concussion

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Lynch W

Lynch W

The present article describes some of the principal providers of concussion detection and tracking technology available without attempting to critique or recommend one system over another.

Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)  (2018)

Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)

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Dr. Shelina Babul and BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, BC Children’s Hospital

Dr. Shelina Babul and BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, BC Children’s H...

The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a series of online educational modules and resources with­ the goal of standardizing concussion recognition, diagnosis, treatment, and management. Good concussion management may decrease the risk of brain damage and potentially reduce long-term health issues.

Commentary: Concussion management for children has changed: new pediatric protocols using the latest evidence  (2020)

Commentary: Concussion management for children has changed: new pediatric protocols using the latest evidence

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DeMatteo C, Randall S, Falla K, et al.

DeMatteo C, Randall S, Falla K, et al.

This study aims to update CanChild's 2015 RTA and RTS protocols, on the basis of empirical data and feedback collected from our recently completed prospective cohort study, focusing on concussed children and their caregivers; systematic review of evidence published since 2015; and consultation with concussion management experts.

Review: Prognosis of concussion in children  (2019)

Review: Prognosis of concussion in children

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Torres AR, Espinosa B

Torres AR, Espinosa B

The objective of this paper is to review the literature about prognostic factors that influence recovery from concussion. Also, we provide an overview of the duration of the symptoms, criteria to return to school and sports, and retirement of sports.

Commentary: Options for evaluating and tracking pediatric concussion  (2018)

Commentary: Options for evaluating and tracking pediatric concussion

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Lynch W

Lynch W

The present article describes some of the principal providers of concussion detection and tracking technology available without attempting to critique or recommend one system over another.

Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)  (2018)

Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)

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Dr. Shelina Babul and BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, BC Children’s Hospital

Dr. Shelina Babul and BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, BC Children’s H...

The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a series of online educational modules and resources with­ the goal of standardizing concussion recognition, diagnosis, treatment, and management. Good concussion management may decrease the risk of brain damage and potentially reduce long-term health issues.

Congenital Heart Defect English (4) French All (4)

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 1

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 1

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Learning Objectives

  1. To develop a simple approach to CHD using age, colour and bedside tests
  2. To understand how the hyperoxia test and 4 limb BP narrow the differential diagnosis

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 2

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 2

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Learning Objectives

  1. Investigations for congenital heart disease emergencies
  2. Management of congenital heart disease emergencies

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Cyanotic Infant  (2016)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Cyanotic Infant

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Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Anton Helman

Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Anton Helman

Best Case Ever #48: In anticipation of EM Cases’ upcoming episode, Congenital Heart Disease Emergencies, Dr. Gary Joubert discusses his Best Case Ever of a four month old infant who presents with intermittent cyanosis. The Cyanotic Infant can present a significant challenge to the EM provider as the differential is wide, ranging from benign causes such as GERD to life threatening heart disease that may present atypically in a well-appearing child. Dr. Joubert provides some simple clinical pearls to help ED providers along the way. Published online: July 2016. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Congenital Heart Disease Emergencies  (2016)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Congenital Heart Disease Emergencies

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Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Ashley Strobel

Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Ashley Strobel

Episode 84: You might be surprised to learn that the prevalence of critical cardiac disease in infants is almost as high as the prevalence of infant sepsis. Critical congenital heart defects are often missed in the ED. For a variety of reasons, there are currently more children with congenital heart disease presenting to the ED than ever before and these numbers will continue to grow in the future. With the goal of learning a practical approach to congenital heart disease emergencies using the child’s age, colour and few simple tests, Dr. Strobel and Dr. Joubert will discuss some key actions, pearls and pitfalls so that the next time you’re faced with that crashing baby in the resuscitation room, you’ll know exactly what to do. This podcast topic was chosen based on a Canada-wide needs assessment by TREKK – translating emergency knowledge for kids. 

Published online: August 2016. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 1

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 1

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

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  1. To develop a simple approach to CHD using age, colour and bedside tests
  2. To understand how the hyperoxia test and 4 limb BP narrow the differential diagnosis

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 2

Emergency Medicine Cases Rapid Review: Congenital Heart Disease Part 2

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Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Gilbride P, Lloyd T, Cheng E, Calldrige N & Yee M

Learning Objectives

  1. Investigations for congenital heart disease emergencies
  2. Management of congenital heart disease emergencies

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Cyanotic Infant  (2016)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Cyanotic Infant

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Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Anton Helman

Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Anton Helman

Best Case Ever #48: In anticipation of EM Cases’ upcoming episode, Congenital Heart Disease Emergencies, Dr. Gary Joubert discusses his Best Case Ever of a four month old infant who presents with intermittent cyanosis. The Cyanotic Infant can present a significant challenge to the EM provider as the differential is wide, ranging from benign causes such as GERD to life threatening heart disease that may present atypically in a well-appearing child. Dr. Joubert provides some simple clinical pearls to help ED providers along the way. Published online: July 2016. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Congenital Heart Disease Emergencies  (2016)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Congenital Heart Disease Emergencies

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Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Ashley Strobel

Dr. Gary Joubert & Dr. Ashley Strobel

Episode 84: You might be surprised to learn that the prevalence of critical cardiac disease in infants is almost as high as the prevalence of infant sepsis. Critical congenital heart defects are often missed in the ED. For a variety of reasons, there are currently more children with congenital heart disease presenting to the ED than ever before and these numbers will continue to grow in the future. With the goal of learning a practical approach to congenital heart disease emergencies using the child’s age, colour and few simple tests, Dr. Strobel and Dr. Joubert will discuss some key actions, pearls and pitfalls so that the next time you’re faced with that crashing baby in the resuscitation room, you’ll know exactly what to do. This podcast topic was chosen based on a Canada-wide needs assessment by TREKK – translating emergency knowledge for kids. 

Published online: August 2016. 

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Infographic: Caring for a child with functional constipation

Infographic: Caring for a child with functional constipation

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

This infographic provides information about functional constipation’s definition, diagnosis, treatment, and when to take your child to a doctor. 

Infographic: Caring for a child with functional constipation

Infographic: Caring for a child with functional constipation

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

This infographic provides information about functional constipation’s definition, diagnosis, treatment, and when to take your child to a doctor. 

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CPEG Pediatric DKA Algorithm: Ongoing Management  (2019)

CPEG Pediatric DKA Algorithm: Ongoing Management

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TREKK Network & Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group

TREKK Network & Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group

CPEG Pediatric DKA Algorithm: Ongoing Management  (2019)

CPEG Pediatric DKA Algorithm: Ongoing Management

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TREKK Network & Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group

TREKK Network & Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group

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Video: How to manage your childs fever  (2023)

Video: How to manage your childs fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This video provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek health care.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

How to manage your child's fever  (2020)

How to manage your child's fever

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TREKK

TREKK

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How to manage your child's fever  (2004)

How to manage your child's fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This infographic provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek medical care.

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Video: How to manage your childs fever  (2023)

Video: How to manage your childs fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This video provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek health care.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

How to manage your child's fever  (2020)

How to manage your child's fever

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TREKK

TREKK

Video on how to manage your child's fever

How to manage your child's fever  (2004)

How to manage your child's fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This infographic provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek medical care.

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

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How to manage your child's fever  (2020)

How to manage your child's fever

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TREKK

TREKK

Video on how to manage your child's fever

How to manage your child's fever  (2020)

How to manage your child's fever

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TREKK

TREKK

Video on how to manage your child's fever

Fever in Young Infants English (2) French All (2)

Video: How to manage your childs fever  (2023)

Video: How to manage your childs fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This video provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek health care.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

How to manage your child's fever  (2004)

How to manage your child's fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This infographic provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek medical care.

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Video: How to manage your childs fever  (2023)

Video: How to manage your childs fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This video provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek health care.

This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

How to manage your child's fever  (2004)

How to manage your child's fever

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Fevers are the body’s natural response to infection. It can be scary when your child has a fever, but fevers will not hurt your child. This infographic provides information about how to take your child’s temperature, how to manage their symptoms, and when to seek medical care.

This infographic was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Networks of Centres of Excellence and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute.

Orthopedics English (1) French All (1)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric orthopedics pearls & pitfalls  (2013)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric orthopedics pearls & pitfalls

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Dr. Sanjay Mehta & Dr. Jonathan Pirie

Dr. Sanjay Mehta & Dr. Jonathan Pirie

Episode 35:Dr. Sanjay Mehta & Dr. Jonathan Pirie, two experienced Pediatric EM docs from The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto discuss their approach to a variety of common, occult, challenging and easy to miss pediatric orthopedics diagnoses including: differentiating Septic Arthritis from Transient Synovitis of the hip, Toddlers Fracture, Tillaux Fracture, Suprachondylar Fracture, ACL tear, tibial spine & Segond fractures. They also debate the value of the Ottawa Knee Rules in kids, non-accidental trauma, pediatric orthopedic pain management, the evidence for the best management of Buckle, Greenstick, Salter 1 and 2 distal radius fractures and lateral malleolus fractures. Published online: August 2013. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric orthopedics pearls & pitfalls  (2013)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric orthopedics pearls & pitfalls

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Dr. Sanjay Mehta & Dr. Jonathan Pirie

Dr. Sanjay Mehta & Dr. Jonathan Pirie

Episode 35:Dr. Sanjay Mehta & Dr. Jonathan Pirie, two experienced Pediatric EM docs from The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto discuss their approach to a variety of common, occult, challenging and easy to miss pediatric orthopedics diagnoses including: differentiating Septic Arthritis from Transient Synovitis of the hip, Toddlers Fracture, Tillaux Fracture, Suprachondylar Fracture, ACL tear, tibial spine & Segond fractures. They also debate the value of the Ottawa Knee Rules in kids, non-accidental trauma, pediatric orthopedic pain management, the evidence for the best management of Buckle, Greenstick, Salter 1 and 2 distal radius fractures and lateral malleolus fractures. Published online: August 2013. 

Pain English (1) French All (1)

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits  (2016)

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits

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Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

These Toolkits are a resource for clinicians who work with children that may experience acute procedural pain and support moving best practice recommendations into practice. Based on the best research evidence and clinical practice, these Toolkits

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits  (2016)

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits

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Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

These Toolkits are a resource for clinicians who work with children that may experience acute procedural pain and support moving best practice recommendations into practice. Based on the best research evidence and clinical practice, these Toolkits

Procedural Pain English (9) French All (9)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)  (2023)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)

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Dr. Amy Drendel

Dr. Amy Drendel

Episode 76: Join Dr. Amy Drendel, a world leader in pediatric pain management and procedural sedation research, as she discusses how best to manage pain and anxiety in

Bottom Line: Application of topical local anesthetic for potentially painful skin-breaking procedures  (2020)

Bottom Line: Application of topical local anesthetic for potentially painful skin-breaking procedures

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Alberta Health Services

Alberta Health Services

Objectives: To provide direction to health care professionals on the timely and safe application of topical local anesthetics prior to a painful skin-breaking procedure for in-patients and outpatients.

Video: Managing Procedural Anxiety in Children  (2016)

Video: Managing Procedural Anxiety in Children

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Krauss BS, Krauss BA, Green SM.

Krauss BS, Krauss BA, Green SM.

This video describes the signs of acute anxiety in children and demonstrates approaches to interacting with children that minimize anxiety and maximize cooperation. Published: April 2016.

An Evidence-Based Approach to Minimizing Acute Procedural Pain in the Emergency Department and Beyond. Pediatr Emerg Care 2016;32(1):36-42.  (2016)

An Evidence-Based Approach to Minimizing Acute Procedural Pain in the Emergency Department and Beyond. Pediatr Emerg Care 2016;32(1):36-42.

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Ali S, McGrath T, Drendel AL

Ali S, McGrath T, Drendel AL

Objective: This review article aims to provide a summary of several strategies, which are supported by definitive and systematically reviewed evidence, that can be implemented alone or in combination to reduce procedural pain and anxiety for children in t

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits  (2016)

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits

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Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

These Toolkits are a resource for clinicians who work with children that may experience acute procedural pain and support moving best practice recommendations into practice. Based on the best research evidence and clinical practice, these Toolkits

Pain Ease(R): Topical anesthetic skin refrigerant (for children 4 years and older)  (2011)

Pain Ease(R): Topical anesthetic skin refrigerant (for children 4 years and older)

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BC Children's Hospital

BC Children's Hospital

Purpose: Pain Ease spray is a vapocoolant (skin refrigerant) intended for topical application to skin and minor open wounds. It controls pain associated with injections (venipunctures, IV start) and minor surgical procedures (eg. irrigating laceration/

Psychological Interventions  (2011)

Psychological Interventions

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BC Children's Hospital

BC Children's Hospital

Even with sedation, the success of a procedure is equally reliant upon careful consideration of psychosocial aspects as it is reliant on physical aspects. A sense of mastery and control experienced by parents and children is crucial to their confidence

Sucrose as a procedural analgesic for infants up to 12 months of age  (2011)

Sucrose as a procedural analgesic for infants up to 12 months of age

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BC Children's Hospital

BC Children's Hospital

Purpose: Oral sucrose and other sweet tasting solutions have been used for management of pain in infants for centuries. Studies done since the early 1990's have demonstrated that the administration of sucrose and non-nutritive sucking are effective non

VIDEO: How to help when your child needs a needle poke  (2011)

VIDEO: How to help when your child needs a needle poke

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Needle pokes are one of the most common sources of pain for children seeking emergency medical care. Needle pokes may be used during healthcare visits to collect blood, deliver medication and fluids, or to numb certain body parts whil

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)  (2023)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)

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Dr. Amy Drendel

Dr. Amy Drendel

Episode 76: Join Dr. Amy Drendel, a world leader in pediatric pain management and procedural sedation research, as she discusses how best to manage pain and anxiety in

Bottom Line: Application of topical local anesthetic for potentially painful skin-breaking procedures  (2020)

Bottom Line: Application of topical local anesthetic for potentially painful skin-breaking procedures

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Alberta Health Services

Alberta Health Services

Objectives: To provide direction to health care professionals on the timely and safe application of topical local anesthetics prior to a painful skin-breaking procedure for in-patients and outpatients.

Video: Managing Procedural Anxiety in Children  (2016)

Video: Managing Procedural Anxiety in Children

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Krauss BS, Krauss BA, Green SM.

Krauss BS, Krauss BA, Green SM.

This video describes the signs of acute anxiety in children and demonstrates approaches to interacting with children that minimize anxiety and maximize cooperation. Published: April 2016.

An Evidence-Based Approach to Minimizing Acute Procedural Pain in the Emergency Department and Beyond. Pediatr Emerg Care 2016;32(1):36-42.  (2016)

An Evidence-Based Approach to Minimizing Acute Procedural Pain in the Emergency Department and Beyond. Pediatr Emerg Care 2016;32(1):36-42.

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Ali S, McGrath T, Drendel AL

Ali S, McGrath T, Drendel AL

Objective: This review article aims to provide a summary of several strategies, which are supported by definitive and systematically reviewed evidence, that can be implemented alone or in combination to reduce procedural pain and anxiety for children in t

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits  (2016)

Resource - Acute Procedural Pain Toolkits

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Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Pain Community of Practice

These Toolkits are a resource for clinicians who work with children that may experience acute procedural pain and support moving best practice recommendations into practice. Based on the best research evidence and clinical practice, these Toolkits

Pain Ease(R): Topical anesthetic skin refrigerant (for children 4 years and older)  (2011)

Pain Ease(R): Topical anesthetic skin refrigerant (for children 4 years and older)

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BC Children's Hospital

BC Children's Hospital

Purpose: Pain Ease spray is a vapocoolant (skin refrigerant) intended for topical application to skin and minor open wounds. It controls pain associated with injections (venipunctures, IV start) and minor surgical procedures (eg. irrigating laceration/

Psychological Interventions  (2011)

Psychological Interventions

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BC Children's Hospital

BC Children's Hospital

Even with sedation, the success of a procedure is equally reliant upon careful consideration of psychosocial aspects as it is reliant on physical aspects. A sense of mastery and control experienced by parents and children is crucial to their confidence

Sucrose as a procedural analgesic for infants up to 12 months of age  (2011)

Sucrose as a procedural analgesic for infants up to 12 months of age

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BC Children's Hospital

BC Children's Hospital

Purpose: Oral sucrose and other sweet tasting solutions have been used for management of pain in infants for centuries. Studies done since the early 1990's have demonstrated that the administration of sucrose and non-nutritive sucking are effective non

VIDEO: How to help when your child needs a needle poke  (2011)

VIDEO: How to help when your child needs a needle poke

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Needle pokes are one of the most common sources of pain for children seeking emergency medical care. Needle pokes may be used during healthcare visits to collect blood, deliver medication and fluids, or to numb certain body parts whil

Procedural Sedation English (3) French (2) All (8)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)  (2023)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)

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Dr. Amy Drendel

Dr. Amy Drendel

Episode 76: Join Dr. Amy Drendel, a world leader in pediatric pain management and procedural sedation research, as she discusses how best to manage pain and anxiety in

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1 - French

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1 - French

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2 - French

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2 - French

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)  (2023)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Procedural Sedation (2016)

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Dr. Amy Drendel

Dr. Amy Drendel

Episode 76: Join Dr. Amy Drendel, a world leader in pediatric pain management and procedural sedation research, as she discusses how best to manage pain and anxiety in

Video: Procedural Sedation Pt 2 - Arabic

Video: Procedural Sedation Pt 2 - Arabic

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

Learn more about Procedural Sedation. This video is presented in Arabic. When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1 - French

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1 - French

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2 - French

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2 - French

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1- Mi'kmaq

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1- Mi'kmaq

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2- Mi'kmaq

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2- Mi'kmaq

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 2

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

When children have a painful or anxiety provoking procedure such as straightening a broken arm, putting in stitches or performing invasive procedures, your child may need to have a procedural sedation. This video will help you learn the steps involved in a procedural sedation and will give you an idea of what to expect once you bring your child home.

Sepsis English (1) French All (1)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Recognition and management of pediatric sepsis and septic shock  (2014)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Recognition and management of pediatric sepsis and septic shock

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Dr. Sarah Reid & Dr. Gina Neto

Dr. Sarah Reid & Dr. Gina Neto

Episode 50:In this episode, a continuation of our discussion on Fever from with Ottawa PEM experts, Sarah Reid and Gina Neto, we discuss the pearls and pitfalls in the recognition and management of pediatric sepsis and septic shock. We review the subtle clinical findings that will help you pick up septic shock before its too late as well as key maneuvers and algorithms to stabilize these patients. We cover tips for using IO in children, induction agents of choice, timing of intubation, ionotropes of choice, the indications for steroids in septic shock, and much more.Posted online: August 2014. 

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Recognition and management of pediatric sepsis and septic shock  (2014)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Recognition and management of pediatric sepsis and septic shock

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Dr. Sarah Reid & Dr. Gina Neto

Dr. Sarah Reid & Dr. Gina Neto

Episode 50:In this episode, a continuation of our discussion on Fever from with Ottawa PEM experts, Sarah Reid and Gina Neto, we discuss the pearls and pitfalls in the recognition and management of pediatric sepsis and septic shock. We review the subtle clinical findings that will help you pick up septic shock before its too late as well as key maneuvers and algorithms to stabilize these patients. We cover tips for using IO in children, induction agents of choice, timing of intubation, ionotropes of choice, the indications for steroids in septic shock, and much more.Posted online: August 2014. 

Severe Head Injury English (1) French All (1)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Trauma  (2017)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Trauma

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Dr. Sue Beno, Dr. Faud Alnaji

Dr. Sue Beno, Dr. Faud Alnaji

Management of the pediatric trauma patient is challenging regardless of where you work. In this EM Cases episode, two leading pediatric trauma experts, Dr. Sue Beno from Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Dr. Faud Alnaji from Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa answer such questions as: what are the most important physiologic and anatomic differences between children and adults that are key to managing the trauma patient? How much fluid should be given prior to blood products? What is the role of POCUS in abdominal trauma? Which patients require abdominal CT?

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Trauma  (2017)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Trauma

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Dr. Sue Beno, Dr. Faud Alnaji

Dr. Sue Beno, Dr. Faud Alnaji

Management of the pediatric trauma patient is challenging regardless of where you work. In this EM Cases episode, two leading pediatric trauma experts, Dr. Sue Beno from Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Dr. Faud Alnaji from Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa answer such questions as: what are the most important physiologic and anatomic differences between children and adults that are key to managing the trauma patient? How much fluid should be given prior to blood products? What is the role of POCUS in abdominal trauma? Which patients require abdominal CT?

Status Epilepticus English (11) French All (11)

Emergency management of the paediatric patient with convulsive status epilepticus  (2021)

Emergency management of the paediatric patient with convulsive status epilepticus

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McKenzie KC, Hahn CD, Friedman JN

McKenzie KC, Hahn CD, Friedman JN

This guideline addresses the emergency management of convulsive status epilepticus (CSE) in children and infants older than one month of age. It replaces a previous position statement from 2011, and includes a new treatment algorithm and table of recommended medications based on new evidence and reflecting the evolution of clinical practice over the past several years. This statement emphasizes the importance of timely pharmacological management of CSE, and includes some guidance for diagnostic approach and supportive care.

Treatment of Refractory Convulsive Status Epilepticus: A Comprehensive Review by the American Epilepsy Society Treatments Committee  (2020)

Treatment of Refractory Convulsive Status Epilepticus: A Comprehensive Review by the American Epilepsy Society Treatments Committee

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Vossler DG, Bainbridge JL, Boggs JG, Novotny EJ, Loddenkemper T, Faught E, et al.

Vossler DG, Bainbridge JL, Boggs JG, Novotny EJ, Loddenkemper T, Faught E, et...

Established tonic-clonic status epilepticus (SE) does not stop in one-third of patients when treated with an intravenous (IV) benzodiazepine bolus followed by a loading dose of a second antiseizure medication (ASM). These patients have refractory status epilepticus (RSE) and a high risk of morbidity and death. For patients with convulsive refractory status epilepticus (CRSE), we sought to determine the strength of evidence for 8 parenteral ASMs used as third-line treatment in stopping clinical CRSE.

Pharmacotherapy for Pediatric Convulsive Status Epilepticus  (2020)

Pharmacotherapy for Pediatric Convulsive Status Epilepticus

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Singh A, Stredny CM, Loddenkemper T.

Singh A, Stredny CM, Loddenkemper T.

Convulsive status epilepticus (CSE) is one of the most common pediatric neurological emergencies. Ongoing seizure activity is a dynamic process and may be associated with progressive impairment of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-mediated inhibition due to rapid internalization of GABAA receptors. Further hyperexcitability may be caused by AMPA (alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid) and NMDA (N-methyl-D-aspartic acid) receptors moving from subsynaptic sites to the synaptic membrane.

Hospital Emergency Treatment of Convulsive Status Epilepticus: Comparison of Pathways From Ten Pediatric Research Centers  (2018)

Hospital Emergency Treatment of Convulsive Status Epilepticus: Comparison of Pathways From Ten Pediatric Research Centers

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We aimed to evaluate and compare the status epilepticus treatment pathways used by pediatric status epilepticus research group (pSERG) hospitals in the United States and the American Epilepsy Society (AES) status epilepticus guideline.

Drug management for acute tonicclonic convulsions including convulsive status epilepticus in children  (2018)

Drug management for acute tonicclonic convulsions including convulsive status epilepticus in children

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McTague A, Martland T, Appleton R.

McTague A, Martland T, Appleton R.

To evaluate the effectiveness and safety of anticonvulsant drugs used to treat any acute tonicclonic convulsion of any duration, including established convulsive (tonicclonic) status epilepticus in children who present to a hospital or emergency medical department.

Status Epilepticus and Beyond: A Clinical Review of Status Epilepticus and an Update on Current Management Strategies in Super-refractory Status Epilepticus  (2017)

Status Epilepticus and Beyond: A Clinical Review of Status Epilepticus and an Update on Current Management Strategies in Super-refractory Status Epilepticus

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Poblete R, Sung G.

Poblete R, Sung G.

Status epilepticus and refractory status epilepticus represent some of the most complex conditions encountered in the neurological intensive care unit. Challenges in management are common as treatment options become limited and prolonged hospital courses are accompanied by complications and worsening patient outcomes. Antiepileptic drug treatments have become increasingly complex. Rational polytherapy should consider the pharmacodynamics and kinetics of medications. When seizures cannot be controlled with medical therapy, alternative treatments, including early surgical evaluation can be considered; however, evidence is limited. This review provides a brief overview of status epilepticus, and a recent update on the management of refractory status epilepticus based on evidence from the literature, evidence-based guidelines, and experiences at our institution.

Prehospital Care for the Adult and Pediatric Seizure Patient: Current Evidence-based Recommendations  (2017)

Prehospital Care for the Adult and Pediatric Seizure Patient: Current Evidence-based Recommendations

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Silverman EC, Sporer KA, Lemieux JM, Brown JF, Koenig KL, Gausche-Hill M, et al.

Silverman EC, Sporer KA, Lemieux JM, Brown JF, Koenig KL, Gausche-Hill M, et al.

We sought to develop evidence-based recommendations for the prehospital evaluation and treatment of adult and pediatric patients with a seizure and to compare these recommendations against the current protocol used by the 33 emergency medical services (EMS) agencies in California.

A definition and classification of status epilepticus--Report of the ILAE Task Force on Classification of Status Epilepticus  (2015)

A definition and classification of status epilepticus--Report of the ILAE Task Force on Classification of Status Epilepticus

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Trinka E, Cock H, Hesdorffer D, Rossetti AO, Scheffer IE, Shinnar S, et al

Trinka E, Cock H, Hesdorffer D, Rossetti AO, Scheffer IE, Shinnar S, et al

The Commission on Classification and Terminology and the Commission on Epidemiology of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) have charged a Task Force to revise concepts, definition, and classification of status epilepticus (SE). The proposed new definition of SE is as follows: Status epilepticus is a condition resulting either from the failure of the mechanisms responsible for seizure termination or from the initiation of mechanisms, which lead to abnormally, prolonged seizures (after time point t1 ).

Anticonvulsant therapy for status epilepticus  (2014)

Anticonvulsant therapy for status epilepticus

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Prasad M, Krishnan PR, Sequeira R, AlRoomi K.

Prasad M, Krishnan PR, Sequeira R, AlRoomi K.

(1) To determine whether a particular anticonvulsant is more effective or safer to use in status epilepticus compared to another and compared to placebo. (2) To delineate reasons for disagreement in the literature regarding recommended treatment regimens and to highlight areas for future research.

Status epilepticus treatment guidelines  (2007)

Status epilepticus treatment guidelines

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Klviinen R

Klviinen R

Practice parameter: diagnostic assessment of the child with status epilepticus (an evidence-based review): report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the Practice Committee of the Child Neurology Society  (2006)

Practice parameter: diagnostic assessment of the child with status epilepticus (an evidence-based review): report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the Practice Committee of the Child Neurology Society

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Riviello JJ Jr, Ashwal S, Hirtz D, Glauser T, Ballaban-Gil K, Kelley K, et al

Riviello JJ Jr, Ashwal S, Hirtz D, Glauser T, Ballaban-Gil K, Kelley K, et al

To review evidence on the assessment of the child with status epilepticus (SE).

Emergency management of the paediatric patient with convulsive status epilepticus  (2021)

Emergency management of the paediatric patient with convulsive status epilepticus

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McKenzie KC, Hahn CD, Friedman JN

McKenzie KC, Hahn CD, Friedman JN

This guideline addresses the emergency management of convulsive status epilepticus (CSE) in children and infants older than one month of age. It replaces a previous position statement from 2011, and includes a new treatment algorithm and table of recommended medications based on new evidence and reflecting the evolution of clinical practice over the past several years. This statement emphasizes the importance of timely pharmacological management of CSE, and includes some guidance for diagnostic approach and supportive care.

Treatment of Refractory Convulsive Status Epilepticus: A Comprehensive Review by the American Epilepsy Society Treatments Committee  (2020)

Treatment of Refractory Convulsive Status Epilepticus: A Comprehensive Review by the American Epilepsy Society Treatments Committee

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Vossler DG, Bainbridge JL, Boggs JG, Novotny EJ, Loddenkemper T, Faught E, et al.

Vossler DG, Bainbridge JL, Boggs JG, Novotny EJ, Loddenkemper T, Faught E, et...

Established tonic-clonic status epilepticus (SE) does not stop in one-third of patients when treated with an intravenous (IV) benzodiazepine bolus followed by a loading dose of a second antiseizure medication (ASM). These patients have refractory status epilepticus (RSE) and a high risk of morbidity and death. For patients with convulsive refractory status epilepticus (CRSE), we sought to determine the strength of evidence for 8 parenteral ASMs used as third-line treatment in stopping clinical CRSE.

Pharmacotherapy for Pediatric Convulsive Status Epilepticus  (2020)

Pharmacotherapy for Pediatric Convulsive Status Epilepticus

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Singh A, Stredny CM, Loddenkemper T.

Singh A, Stredny CM, Loddenkemper T.

Convulsive status epilepticus (CSE) is one of the most common pediatric neurological emergencies. Ongoing seizure activity is a dynamic process and may be associated with progressive impairment of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-mediated inhibition due to rapid internalization of GABAA receptors. Further hyperexcitability may be caused by AMPA (alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid) and NMDA (N-methyl-D-aspartic acid) receptors moving from subsynaptic sites to the synaptic membrane.

Hospital Emergency Treatment of Convulsive Status Epilepticus: Comparison of Pathways From Ten Pediatric Research Centers  (2018)

Hospital Emergency Treatment of Convulsive Status Epilepticus: Comparison of Pathways From Ten Pediatric Research Centers

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We aimed to evaluate and compare the status epilepticus treatment pathways used by pediatric status epilepticus research group (pSERG) hospitals in the United States and the American Epilepsy Society (AES) status epilepticus guideline.

Drug management for acute tonicclonic convulsions including convulsive status epilepticus in children  (2018)

Drug management for acute tonicclonic convulsions including convulsive status epilepticus in children

Visit

McTague A, Martland T, Appleton R.

McTague A, Martland T, Appleton R.

To evaluate the effectiveness and safety of anticonvulsant drugs used to treat any acute tonicclonic convulsion of any duration, including established convulsive (tonicclonic) status epilepticus in children who present to a hospital or emergency medical department.

Status Epilepticus and Beyond: A Clinical Review of Status Epilepticus and an Update on Current Management Strategies in Super-refractory Status Epilepticus  (2017)

Status Epilepticus and Beyond: A Clinical Review of Status Epilepticus and an Update on Current Management Strategies in Super-refractory Status Epilepticus

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Poblete R, Sung G.

Poblete R, Sung G.

Status epilepticus and refractory status epilepticus represent some of the most complex conditions encountered in the neurological intensive care unit. Challenges in management are common as treatment options become limited and prolonged hospital courses are accompanied by complications and worsening patient outcomes. Antiepileptic drug treatments have become increasingly complex. Rational polytherapy should consider the pharmacodynamics and kinetics of medications. When seizures cannot be controlled with medical therapy, alternative treatments, including early surgical evaluation can be considered; however, evidence is limited. This review provides a brief overview of status epilepticus, and a recent update on the management of refractory status epilepticus based on evidence from the literature, evidence-based guidelines, and experiences at our institution.

Prehospital Care for the Adult and Pediatric Seizure Patient: Current Evidence-based Recommendations  (2017)

Prehospital Care for the Adult and Pediatric Seizure Patient: Current Evidence-based Recommendations

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Silverman EC, Sporer KA, Lemieux JM, Brown JF, Koenig KL, Gausche-Hill M, et al.

Silverman EC, Sporer KA, Lemieux JM, Brown JF, Koenig KL, Gausche-Hill M, et al.

We sought to develop evidence-based recommendations for the prehospital evaluation and treatment of adult and pediatric patients with a seizure and to compare these recommendations against the current protocol used by the 33 emergency medical services (EMS) agencies in California.

A definition and classification of status epilepticus--Report of the ILAE Task Force on Classification of Status Epilepticus  (2015)

A definition and classification of status epilepticus--Report of the ILAE Task Force on Classification of Status Epilepticus

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Trinka E, Cock H, Hesdorffer D, Rossetti AO, Scheffer IE, Shinnar S, et al

Trinka E, Cock H, Hesdorffer D, Rossetti AO, Scheffer IE, Shinnar S, et al

The Commission on Classification and Terminology and the Commission on Epidemiology of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) have charged a Task Force to revise concepts, definition, and classification of status epilepticus (SE). The proposed new definition of SE is as follows: Status epilepticus is a condition resulting either from the failure of the mechanisms responsible for seizure termination or from the initiation of mechanisms, which lead to abnormally, prolonged seizures (after time point t1 ).

Anticonvulsant therapy for status epilepticus  (2014)

Anticonvulsant therapy for status epilepticus

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Prasad M, Krishnan PR, Sequeira R, AlRoomi K.

Prasad M, Krishnan PR, Sequeira R, AlRoomi K.

(1) To determine whether a particular anticonvulsant is more effective or safer to use in status epilepticus compared to another and compared to placebo. (2) To delineate reasons for disagreement in the literature regarding recommended treatment regimens and to highlight areas for future research.

Status epilepticus treatment guidelines  (2007)

Status epilepticus treatment guidelines

Visit

Klviinen R

Klviinen R

Practice parameter: diagnostic assessment of the child with status epilepticus (an evidence-based review): report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the Practice Committee of the Child Neurology Society  (2006)

Practice parameter: diagnostic assessment of the child with status epilepticus (an evidence-based review): report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the Practice Committee of the Child Neurology Society

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Riviello JJ Jr, Ashwal S, Hirtz D, Glauser T, Ballaban-Gil K, Kelley K, et al

Riviello JJ Jr, Ashwal S, Hirtz D, Glauser T, Ballaban-Gil K, Kelley K, et al

To review evidence on the assessment of the child with status epilepticus (SE).

Suicidal Risk Assessment English (5) French All (5)

Clinical Practice Guideline: Suicide Risk Assessment  (2018)

Clinical Practice Guideline: Suicide Risk Assessment

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Emergency Nursing Association

Emergency Nursing Association

Clinical Practice Guideline: Suicide Risk Assessment: Authored by the 2017 ENA Clinical Practice Guideline Committee

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicide and Suicide Attempts in Adolescents  (2016)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicide and Suicide Attempts in Adolescents

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American Academy of Pediatrics

American Academy of Pediatrics

This report updates the previous statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is intended to assist pediatricians, in collaboration with other child and adolescent health care professionals, in the identification and management of the adolescent at risk for suicide

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicidal ideation and behaviour  (2015)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicidal ideation and behaviour

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Canadian Paediatric Society

Canadian Paediatric Society

The present practice point provides paediatricians and child health professionals with a framework for assessing the adolescent with suicidal thoughts and/or behaviours.

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Guideline for the Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Suicidal Behaviors  (2003)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Guideline for the Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Suicidal Behaviors

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American Psychology Association

American Psychology Association

Non peds specific practise guidline for assessment treatment suicidal behavors

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Parameter for the Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Suicidal Behavior. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  (2001)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Parameter for the Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Suicidal Behavior. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

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American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

These guidelines review what is known about the epidemiology, causes, management, and prevention of suicide and attempted suicide in young people. Detailed guidelines are provided concerning the assessment and emergency management of the children and adolescents who present with suicidal behavior.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Suicide Risk Assessment  (2018)

Clinical Practice Guideline: Suicide Risk Assessment

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Emergency Nursing Association

Emergency Nursing Association

Clinical Practice Guideline: Suicide Risk Assessment: Authored by the 2017 ENA Clinical Practice Guideline Committee

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicide and Suicide Attempts in Adolescents  (2016)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicide and Suicide Attempts in Adolescents

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American Academy of Pediatrics

American Academy of Pediatrics

This report updates the previous statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is intended to assist pediatricians, in collaboration with other child and adolescent health care professionals, in the identification and management of the adolescent at risk for suicide

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicidal ideation and behaviour  (2015)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Suicidal ideation and behaviour

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Canadian Paediatric Society

Canadian Paediatric Society

The present practice point provides paediatricians and child health professionals with a framework for assessing the adolescent with suicidal thoughts and/or behaviours.

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Guideline for the Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Suicidal Behaviors  (2003)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Guideline for the Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Suicidal Behaviors

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American Psychology Association

American Psychology Association

Non peds specific practise guidline for assessment treatment suicidal behavors

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Parameter for the Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Suicidal Behavior. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  (2001)

Clincal Practice Guideline: Practice Parameter for the Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Suicidal Behavior. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

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American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

These guidelines review what is known about the epidemiology, causes, management, and prevention of suicide and attempted suicide in young people. Detailed guidelines are provided concerning the assessment and emergency management of the children and adolescents who present with suicidal behavior.

Suspected Physical Child Maltreatment English (1) French All (1)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Physical Abuse Recognition and Management  (2018)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Physical Abuse Recognition and Management

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Dr. Carmen Coombs and Dr. Alyson Holland

Dr. Carmen Coombs and Dr. Alyson Holland

Episode 108: In this EM Cases main episode podcast on Pediatric Physical Abuse Recognition and Management Dr. Carmen Coombs and Dr. Alyson Holland discuss the 6 B’s of child abuse, the TEN-4 FACE decision rule, the Pittsburgh Infant Brain Injury Score, disclosure tips, screening tests, reporting responsibilities and more.

Published online: March 2018

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Physical Abuse Recognition and Management  (2018)

Emergency Medicine Cases Podcast: Pediatric Physical Abuse Recognition and Management

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Dr. Carmen Coombs and Dr. Alyson Holland

Dr. Carmen Coombs and Dr. Alyson Holland

Episode 108: In this EM Cases main episode podcast on Pediatric Physical Abuse Recognition and Management Dr. Carmen Coombs and Dr. Alyson Holland discuss the 6 B’s of child abuse, the TEN-4 FACE decision rule, the Pittsburgh Infant Brain Injury Score, disclosure tips, screening tests, reporting responsibilities and more.

Published online: March 2018