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Acute Agitation English (1) French All (1)

Evidence Repository: Acute Agitation

Evidence Repository: Acute Agitation

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Dr. T. Chun, Dr. S. Etches, Dr. S. Duffy

Dr. T. Chun, Dr. S. Etches, Dr. S. Duffy

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Evidence Repository: Acute Agitation

Evidence Repository: Acute Agitation

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Dr. T. Chun, Dr. S. Etches, Dr. S. Duffy

Dr. T. Chun, Dr. S. Etches, Dr. S. Duffy

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Acute Otitis Media English (2) French (1) All (3)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Acute Otitis Media (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Acute Otitis Media (2022)

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Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of acute otitis media. Published online November (2022).

Evidence Repository: Acute Otitis Media

Evidence Repository: Acute Otitis Media

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Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Recommandations de base: Otite moyenne aigue (2022)

Recommandations de base: Otite moyenne aigue (2022)

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Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Dr. Nicole Le Saux

French bottom line recommendations for the treatment of acute otitis media. Published online November, 2022. 

Bottom Line Recommendations: Acute Otitis Media (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Acute Otitis Media (2022)

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Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of acute otitis media. Published online November (2022).

Recommandations de base: Otite moyenne aigue (2022)

Recommandations de base: Otite moyenne aigue (2022)

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Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Dr. Nicole Le Saux

French bottom line recommendations for the treatment of acute otitis media. Published online November, 2022. 

Evidence Repository: Acute Otitis Media

Evidence Repository: Acute Otitis Media

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Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Dr. Nicole Le Saux

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP) English (2) French (1) All (3)

Evidence Repository: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP) (2023)

Evidence Repository: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP) (2023)

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Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

Bottom Line Recommendation: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP)  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendation: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP)

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Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Aerosol-generating medical procedures (AGMPs) are procedures that can generate aerosols when an infected person’s airway is manipulated.

Recommandations de Base: Interventions médicales générant des aérosols (IMGA)

Recommandations de Base: Interventions médicales générant des aérosols (IMGA)

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Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Une intervention médicale générant des aérosols (IMGA) est une procédure qui risque de produire des bioaérosols lors d’une manipulation des voies respiratoires chez une personne infectée. 

Recommandations de Base: Interventions médicales générant des aérosols (IMGA)

Recommandations de Base: Interventions médicales générant des aérosols (IMGA)

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Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Une intervention médicale générant des aérosols (IMGA) est une procédure qui risque de produire des bioaérosols lors d’une manipulation des voies respiratoires chez une personne infectée. 

Evidence Repository: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP) (2023)

Evidence Repository: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP) (2023)

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Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

Bottom Line Recommendation: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP)  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendation: Aerosol Generating Medical Procedure (AGMP)

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Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Dr. Kate Maki and Dr. Garth Meckler

Aerosol-generating medical procedures (AGMPs) are procedures that can generate aerosols when an infected person’s airway is manipulated.

Anaphylaxis English (11) French (6) All (17)

Evidence Repository: Anaphylaxis (2023)

Evidence Repository: Anaphylaxis (2023)

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Dr. Waleed Alqurashi and Dr. Anne Ellis

Dr. Waleed Alqurashi and Dr. Anne Ellis

For a list of references that informed this Bottom Line Recommendation, see the Evidence Repository: Anaphylaxis (2023).

Algorithm: Anaphylaxis (2022)

Algorithm: Anaphylaxis (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

This resource if for the treatment of pediatric anaphylaxis. Published online February 2023. Version 2.0.

Pocket Card: Anaphylaxis (2022)

Pocket Card: Anaphylaxis (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

This pocket card is for the treatment of pediatric anaphylaxis. Published online February 2023. Version 2.0.

Anaphylaxis Development Team

Anaphylaxis Development Team

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Order Set: Anaphylaxis (2023)

Order Set: Anaphylaxis (2023)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

This order set is for management of pediatric anaphylaxis in the ED. 

Bottom Line Recommendations: Anaphylaxis  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Anaphylaxis

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Dr. Waleed Alqurashi & Dr. Anne Ellis

Dr. Waleed Alqurashi & Dr. Anne Ellis

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric anaphylaxis - version 1.2. Published online: December 2018.

Video for Parents & Families: Understanding and Managing your Child's Anaphylaxis  (2021)

Video for Parents & Families: Understanding and Managing your Child's Anaphylaxis

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that involves two or more parts of the body and happens quickly. Watch this video to learn how to recognize anaphylaxis and what can help mange your child's anaphylaxis.

Caring for a child with food allergy: A guide on what you need to know

Caring for a child with food allergy: A guide on what you need to know

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This visual guide is for caregivers like grandparents, babysitters, and coaches, and provides easy-to-understand information that's essential for managing food allergy and anaphylaxis.  

Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids

Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids

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Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Video for Healthcare Providers: Anaphylaxis in Kids

Video for Healthcare Providers: Anaphylaxis in Kids

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Infographic for Parents & Families: How to Manage your Child's Anaphylaxis Reaction

Infographic for Parents & Families: How to Manage your Child's Anaphylaxis Reaction

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

An anaphylactic reaction, or anaphylaxis, is a severe allergic reaction. Symptoms can start very quickly and it could be life-threatening. 
 
Anaphylaxis is caused by an allergen that triggers an immune response in the body. This is your body’s way of trying to protect itself. Common allergens include food, some insects (like bees or wasps), and medications.

Algorithme pédiatrique pour l’anaphylaxie (2022)

Algorithme pédiatrique pour l’anaphylaxie (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

FEUILLE D’ORDONNANCES PRÉ-RÉDIGÉES POUR L’ANAPHYLAXIE À L’URGENCE (2023)

FEUILLE D’ORDONNANCES PRÉ-RÉDIGÉES POUR L’ANAPHYLAXIE À L’URGENCE (2023)

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Anaphylaxie pédiatrique - Carte de Poche (2022)

Anaphylaxie pédiatrique - Carte de Poche (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Recommandations de Base: Anaphylaxie  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Anaphylaxie

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Alqurashi W and TREKK Network

Alqurashi W and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric anaphylaxis - en francais. Published online: October 2018.

Prendre soin d’un enfant avec des allergies alimentaires : ce que vous devez savoir

Prendre soin d’un enfant avec des allergies alimentaires : ce que vous devez savoir

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Ce guide visuel s'adressant aux personnes qui s'occupent d'enfants, comme les grands-parents, les gardiennes et les entraineurs, fournit des renseignements essentiels pour gerer les allergies aliementaires et l'anaphylaxie qui sont faciles a comprendre. 

Video (French): Le plan d’action Canadien pour l’anaphylaxie chez les enfants

Video (French): Le plan d’action Canadien pour l’anaphylaxie chez les enfants

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Evidence Repository: Anaphylaxis (2023)

Evidence Repository: Anaphylaxis (2023)

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Dr. Waleed Alqurashi and Dr. Anne Ellis

Dr. Waleed Alqurashi and Dr. Anne Ellis

For a list of references that informed this Bottom Line Recommendation, see the Evidence Repository: Anaphylaxis (2023).

Algorithm: Anaphylaxis (2022)

Algorithm: Anaphylaxis (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

This resource if for the treatment of pediatric anaphylaxis. Published online February 2023. Version 2.0.

Pocket Card: Anaphylaxis (2022)

Pocket Card: Anaphylaxis (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

This pocket card is for the treatment of pediatric anaphylaxis. Published online February 2023. Version 2.0.

Anaphylaxis Development Team

Anaphylaxis Development Team

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Order Set: Anaphylaxis (2023)

Order Set: Anaphylaxis (2023)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

This order set is for management of pediatric anaphylaxis in the ED. 

Algorithme pédiatrique pour l’anaphylaxie (2022)

Algorithme pédiatrique pour l’anaphylaxie (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

FEUILLE D’ORDONNANCES PRÉ-RÉDIGÉES POUR L’ANAPHYLAXIE À L’URGENCE (2023)

FEUILLE D’ORDONNANCES PRÉ-RÉDIGÉES POUR L’ANAPHYLAXIE À L’URGENCE (2023)

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Anaphylaxie pédiatrique - Carte de Poche (2022)

Anaphylaxie pédiatrique - Carte de Poche (2022)

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Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Anne Ellis and Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Bottom Line Recommendations: Anaphylaxis  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Anaphylaxis

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Dr. Waleed Alqurashi & Dr. Anne Ellis

Dr. Waleed Alqurashi & Dr. Anne Ellis

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric anaphylaxis - version 1.2. Published online: December 2018.

Recommandations de Base: Anaphylaxie  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Anaphylaxie

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Alqurashi W and TREKK Network

Alqurashi W and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric anaphylaxis - en francais. Published online: October 2018.

Video for Parents & Families: Understanding and Managing your Child's Anaphylaxis  (2021)

Video for Parents & Families: Understanding and Managing your Child's Anaphylaxis

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that involves two or more parts of the body and happens quickly. Watch this video to learn how to recognize anaphylaxis and what can help mange your child's anaphylaxis.

Caring for a child with food allergy: A guide on what you need to know

Caring for a child with food allergy: A guide on what you need to know

Visit

This visual guide is for caregivers like grandparents, babysitters, and coaches, and provides easy-to-understand information that's essential for managing food allergy and anaphylaxis.  

Prendre soin d’un enfant avec des allergies alimentaires : ce que vous devez savoir

Prendre soin d’un enfant avec des allergies alimentaires : ce que vous devez savoir

Visit

Ce guide visuel s'adressant aux personnes qui s'occupent d'enfants, comme les grands-parents, les gardiennes et les entraineurs, fournit des renseignements essentiels pour gerer les allergies aliementaires et l'anaphylaxie qui sont faciles a comprendre. 

Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids

Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan for Kids

Download

Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Dr. Waleed Alqurashi

Video for Healthcare Providers: Anaphylaxis in Kids

Video for Healthcare Providers: Anaphylaxis in Kids

Visit

Infographic for Parents & Families: How to Manage your Child's Anaphylaxis Reaction

Infographic for Parents & Families: How to Manage your Child's Anaphylaxis Reaction

Visit

ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

An anaphylactic reaction, or anaphylaxis, is a severe allergic reaction. Symptoms can start very quickly and it could be life-threatening. 
 
Anaphylaxis is caused by an allergen that triggers an immune response in the body. This is your body’s way of trying to protect itself. Common allergens include food, some insects (like bees or wasps), and medications.

Video (French): Le plan d’action Canadien pour l’anaphylaxie chez les enfants

Video (French): Le plan d’action Canadien pour l’anaphylaxie chez les enfants

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Asthma English (8) French (4) All (12)

Evidence Repository: Asthma Exacerbations  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Asthma Exacerbations

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Dr. David W Johnson & Dr. Jennifer Turnbull

Dr. David W Johnson & Dr. Jennifer Turnbull

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

Infographic for Parents & Families: Asthma and Children: What You Should Know  (2021)

Infographic for Parents & Families: 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. 

Asthma Order Set  (2020)

Asthma Order Set

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TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This order set is for management of pediatric severe asthma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients greater than or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: February 2020, Version 1.1.

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Asthma  (2020)

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Asthma

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Johnson D and TREKK Network

Johnson D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of asthma. Updated January 2020, Version 1.5.

Asthma Algorithm  (2018)

Asthma Algorithm

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TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric severe asthma in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: March 2020, Version 1.2.

Asthma Pocket Card  (2018)

Asthma Pocket Card

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TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This pocket card contains tips to manage pediatric patients with severe asthma. This pocket card is intended for use on patients greater or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: March 2020, Version 1.3.

Asthma References and Development Team  (2018)

Asthma References and Development Team

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TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This document outlines the references used and team involved in the development of the asthma PedsPac. Published online: December 2018, Version 1.0.

Video for Parents & Families: Understanding and managing your child's asthma

Video for Parents & Families: 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.

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour d'Asthme  (2020)

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour d'Asthme

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PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

This order set is for management of pediatric severe asthma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients > 12 months of age. Published online: Feb 2020, Version 1.1.

Carte de Poche d'Asthme  (2018)

Carte de Poche d'Asthme

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PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

This pocket card contains tips to manage pediatric patients with severe asthma. This pocket card is intended for use on patients > 12 months of age. Published online: April 2019, Version 1.0.

Algorithme Pediatrique pour d'Asthme  (2018)

Algorithme Pediatrique pour d'Asthme

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PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric severe asthma in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: March 2020, Version 1.1.

UNDER REVIEW: Recommandations de Base: Asthme  (2017)

UNDER REVIEW: Recommandations de Base: Asthme

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Johnson D and TREKK Network

Johnson D and TREKK Network

Recommandations de base pour l'évaluation et la prise en charge de l'asthme.

Evidence Repository: Asthma Exacerbations  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Asthma Exacerbations

Download

Dr. David W Johnson & Dr. Jennifer Turnbull

Dr. David W Johnson & Dr. Jennifer Turnbull

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

Infographic for Parents & Families: Asthma and Children: What You Should Know  (2021)

Infographic for Parents & Families: 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. 

Asthma Order Set  (2020)

Asthma Order Set

Download

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This order set is for management of pediatric severe asthma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients greater than or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: February 2020, Version 1.1.

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour d'Asthme  (2020)

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour d'Asthme

Download

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

This order set is for management of pediatric severe asthma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients > 12 months of age. Published online: Feb 2020, Version 1.1.

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Asthma  (2020)

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Asthma

Download

Johnson D and TREKK Network

Johnson D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of asthma. Updated January 2020, Version 1.5.

Asthma Algorithm  (2018)

Asthma Algorithm

Download

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric severe asthma in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: March 2020, Version 1.2.

Asthma Pocket Card  (2018)

Asthma Pocket Card

Download

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This pocket card contains tips to manage pediatric patients with severe asthma. This pocket card is intended for use on patients greater or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: March 2020, Version 1.3.

Asthma References and Development Team  (2018)

Asthma References and Development Team

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TREKK Asthma PedsPac

TREKK Asthma PedsPac

This document outlines the references used and team involved in the development of the asthma PedsPac. Published online: December 2018, Version 1.0.

Carte de Poche d'Asthme  (2018)

Carte de Poche d'Asthme

Download

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

This pocket card contains tips to manage pediatric patients with severe asthma. This pocket card is intended for use on patients > 12 months of age. Published online: April 2019, Version 1.0.

Algorithme Pediatrique pour d'Asthme  (2018)

Algorithme Pediatrique pour d'Asthme

Download

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

PedsPac de TREKK sur d'Asthme

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric severe asthma in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than or equal to 12 months of age. Published online: March 2020, Version 1.1.

UNDER REVIEW: Recommandations de Base: Asthme  (2017)

UNDER REVIEW: Recommandations de Base: Asthme

Download

Johnson D and TREKK Network

Johnson D and TREKK Network

Recommandations de base pour l'évaluation et la prise en charge de l'asthme.

Video for Parents & Families: Understanding and managing your child's asthma

Video for Parents & Families: 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.

Bronchiolitis English (5) French (1) All (6)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Bronchiolitis  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Bronchiolitis

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Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of bronchiolitis. 

Evidence Repository: Bronchiolitis  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Bronchiolitis

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Dr. Amy Plint & Dr. Gabrielle Freire

Dr. Amy Plint & Dr. Gabrielle Freire

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

Infographic for Parents & Families: What to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing  (2020)

Infographic for Parents & Families: 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 for Parents & Families: Cough, Cold, and Wheeze: How to help manage your childs bronchiolitis  (2020)

Video for Parents & Families: 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.

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

eBook for Parents and Families: 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.

Recommandations de Base: La Bronchiolite  (2023)

Recommandations de Base: La Bronchiolite

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Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of bronchiolitis - en francais. 

Bottom Line Recommendations: Bronchiolitis  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Bronchiolitis

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Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of bronchiolitis. 

Recommandations de Base: La Bronchiolite  (2023)

Recommandations de Base: La Bronchiolite

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Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Dr. Gabrielle Freire and Dr. Amy Plint

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of bronchiolitis - en francais. 

Evidence Repository: Bronchiolitis  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Bronchiolitis

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Dr. Amy Plint & Dr. Gabrielle Freire

Dr. Amy Plint & Dr. Gabrielle Freire

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

Infographic for Parents & Families: What to do when your child has a cold and is having difficulty breathing  (2020)

Infographic for Parents & Families: 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 for Parents & Families: Cough, Cold, and Wheeze: How to help manage your childs bronchiolitis  (2020)

Video for Parents & Families: 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.

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

eBook for Parents and Families: 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.

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Bottom Line Recommendations: Pediatric Thermal Burns  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pediatric Thermal Burns

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Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric thermal burns - version 1.0. Published online: February 2021.

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric Thermal Burns  (2019)

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric Thermal Burns

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Dr. Tighe Crombie & Dr. Claudia Malic

Dr. Tighe Crombie & Dr. Claudia Malic

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

Recommandations de Base: Brûlures thermiques  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Brûlures thermiques

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Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric thermal burns - en français. version 1.0. Published online: February 2021.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pediatric Thermal Burns  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pediatric Thermal Burns

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Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric thermal burns - version 1.0. Published online: February 2021.

Recommandations de Base: Brûlures thermiques  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Brûlures thermiques

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Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Crombie T & Malic C and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric thermal burns - en français. version 1.0. Published online: February 2021.

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric Thermal Burns  (2019)

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric Thermal Burns

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Dr. Tighe Crombie & Dr. Claudia Malic

Dr. Tighe Crombie & Dr. Claudia Malic

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

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UNDER REVIEW: Fact Sheet: Pediatric COVID-19  (2021)

UNDER REVIEW: Fact Sheet: Pediatric COVID-19

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TREKK Network

TREKK Network

Fact sheet for the treatment and management of pediatric COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric COVID-19  (2021)

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric COVID-19

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Dr. Shannon McPhee

Dr. Shannon McPhee

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Fiche Dinformation: COVID-19 pdiatrique (nouveau coronavirus)  (2021)

Fiche Dinformation: COVID-19 pdiatrique (nouveau coronavirus)

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TREKK Network

TREKK Network

Fact sheet for the treatment and management of pediatric COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) - French

UNDER REVIEW: Fact Sheet: Pediatric COVID-19  (2021)

UNDER REVIEW: Fact Sheet: Pediatric COVID-19

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TREKK Network

TREKK Network

Fact sheet for the treatment and management of pediatric COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

Fiche Dinformation: COVID-19 pdiatrique (nouveau coronavirus)  (2021)

Fiche Dinformation: COVID-19 pdiatrique (nouveau coronavirus)

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TREKK Network

TREKK Network

Fact sheet for the treatment and management of pediatric COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) - French

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric COVID-19  (2021)

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Pediatric COVID-19

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Dr. Shannon McPhee

Dr. Shannon McPhee

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Cannabis Intoxication English (3) French (2) All (5)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Cannabis Intoxication  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Cannabis Intoxication

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for cannabis intoxication. Published online: December 2021

Formulations and Methods of Delivery: Cannabis  (2021)

Formulations and Methods of Delivery: Cannabis

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Formulations and methods of delivery table for cannabis. Uploaded 2021-12-06

Evidence Repository: Cannabis Intoxication  (2021)

Evidence Repository: Cannabis Intoxication

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue & Dr. Neil Desai

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue & Dr. Neil Desai

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Recommandations de Base: Intoxication au cannabis  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Intoxication au cannabis

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Bottom Line Recommendations for treatment and management of cannabis intoxication. Published online March 2022. 

Formes et modes de consommation du cannabis  (2022)

Formes et modes de consommation du cannabis

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Formulations andmethods of delivery table for cannabis. Uploaded online: March 2022

Recommandations de Base: Intoxication au cannabis  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Intoxication au cannabis

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Bottom Line Recommendations for treatment and management of cannabis intoxication. Published online March 2022. 

Formes et modes de consommation du cannabis  (2022)

Formes et modes de consommation du cannabis

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Formulations andmethods of delivery table for cannabis. Uploaded online: March 2022

Bottom Line Recommendations: Cannabis Intoxication  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Cannabis Intoxication

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for cannabis intoxication. Published online: December 2021

Formulations and Methods of Delivery: Cannabis  (2021)

Formulations and Methods of Delivery: Cannabis

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Dr. Neil Desai, Danica Irwin and TREKK Network

Formulations and methods of delivery table for cannabis. Uploaded 2021-12-06

Evidence Repository: Cannabis Intoxication  (2021)

Evidence Repository: Cannabis Intoxication

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Dr. Kaitlin Hogue & Dr. Neil Desai

Dr. Kaitlin Hogue & Dr. Neil Desai

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities English (2) French (1) All (3)

Evidence Repository: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED

Evidence Repository: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED

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Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman and Dr. Shayna McNeil

Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman and Dr. Shayna McNeil

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Bottom Line Recommendations: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED  (2019)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED

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Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for caring for children with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the ED. Published online: Feb 2020, v 1.1

Recommandations de Base: Dficience intellectuelle et troubles du dveloppement  (2019)

Recommandations de Base: Dficience intellectuelle et troubles du dveloppement

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Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for caring for children with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the ED. Published online: Feb 2020, v 1.1

Evidence Repository: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED

Evidence Repository: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED

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Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman and Dr. Shayna McNeil

Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman and Dr. Shayna McNeil

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Recommandations de Base: Dficience intellectuelle et troubles du dveloppement  (2019)

Recommandations de Base: Dficience intellectuelle et troubles du dveloppement

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Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for caring for children with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the ED. Published online: Feb 2020, v 1.1

Bottom Line Recommendations: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED  (2019)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Caring for Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities in the ED

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Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Hanlon-Dearman, A, Stevenson, M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for caring for children with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the ED. Published online: Feb 2020, v 1.1

Concussion English (3) French (1) All (4)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Concussion 2022  (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Concussion 2022

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Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of concussion. Updated: February 2022

 

Evidence Repository: Concussion  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Concussion

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Dr. Roger Zemek & Dr. Jennifer Dawson

Dr. Roger Zemek & Dr. Jennifer Dawson

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

Infographic: Concussion

Infographic: Concussion

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

A concussion is a brain injury. Any child or teen who gets hit in the head, face, neck, or body has a chance of getting a concussion. Concussions can happen to anyone from falling, during sports, or car accidents.

Recommendations de Base: Commotion cérébrale  (2022)

Recommendations de Base: Commotion cérébrale

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Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric concussion. Posted May 2022. 

Bottom Line Recommendations: Concussion 2022  (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Concussion 2022

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Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of concussion. Updated: February 2022

 

Recommendations de Base: Commotion cérébrale  (2022)

Recommendations de Base: Commotion cérébrale

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Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric concussion. Posted May 2022. 

Evidence Repository: Concussion  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Concussion

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Dr. Roger Zemek & Dr. Jennifer Dawson

Dr. Roger Zemek & Dr. Jennifer Dawson

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

Infographic: Concussion

Infographic: Concussion

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

A concussion is a brain injury. Any child or teen who gets hit in the head, face, neck, or body has a chance of getting a concussion. Concussions can happen to anyone from falling, during sports, or car accidents.

Constipation English (3) French (1) All (4)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Constipation  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Constipation

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Eltorki, M., Landy, P.and TREKK Network

Eltorki, M., Landy, P.and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric constipation - version 2.0. Published online: November 2021.

Evidence Repository: Constipation  (2021)

Evidence Repository: Constipation

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Dr. Mohamed Eltorki & Dr. Paige Landy

Dr. Mohamed Eltorki & Dr. Paige Landy

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Video: Caring for a Child with Functional Constipation

Video: Caring for a Child with Functional Constipation

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

Recommandations de Base: Le Constipation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Le Constipation

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Eltorki, M., Landy, P. and TREKK Network

Eltorki, M., Landy, P. and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric constipation - French, version 2.0 Published online: March 2022.

Recommandations de Base: Le Constipation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Le Constipation

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Eltorki, M., Landy, P. and TREKK Network

Eltorki, M., Landy, P. and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric constipation - French, version 2.0 Published online: March 2022.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Constipation  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Constipation

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Eltorki, M., Landy, P.and TREKK Network

Eltorki, M., Landy, P.and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric constipation - version 2.0. Published online: November 2021.

Evidence Repository: Constipation  (2021)

Evidence Repository: Constipation

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Dr. Mohamed Eltorki & Dr. Paige Landy

Dr. Mohamed Eltorki & Dr. Paige Landy

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Video: Caring for a Child with Functional Constipation

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

ECHO Research and ARCHE

Critically Ill Neonate English (2) French (2) All (4)

Critically Ill Neonate Order Set  (2020)

Critically Ill Neonate Order Set

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TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

This order set is for management of the critically ill neonate in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This algorithm is intended for infants 0-28 days.  At birth, please refer to NRP guidelines. Not intended for preterm infants. Published: January 2021, version 1.2.

UNDER REVIEW: Critically Ill Neonate Algorithm  (2020)

UNDER REVIEW: Critically Ill Neonate Algorithm

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TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of critically ill neonates in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for infants 0-28 days.  At birth, please refer to NRP guidelines. Not intended for preterm infants. Published online: January 2021, Version 1.2.

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique  (2020)

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

This order set is for management of the critically ill neonate in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for infants 0-28 days.  At birth, refer to NRP guidelines. Not intended for preterm infants.  Published online: January 2021, version 1.2.

Algorithme pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique  (2020)

Algorithme pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of critically ill neonates in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients less than or equal to 28 days of age (corrected age). Published online: February 2021, Version 1.3.

Critically Ill Neonate Order Set  (2020)

Critically Ill Neonate Order Set

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TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

This order set is for management of the critically ill neonate in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This algorithm is intended for infants 0-28 days.  At birth, please refer to NRP guidelines. Not intended for preterm infants. Published: January 2021, version 1.2.

UNDER REVIEW: Critically Ill Neonate Algorithm  (2020)

UNDER REVIEW: Critically Ill Neonate Algorithm

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TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

TREKK Critically Ill Neonate PedsPac

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of critically ill neonates in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for infants 0-28 days.  At birth, please refer to NRP guidelines. Not intended for preterm infants. Published online: January 2021, Version 1.2.

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique  (2020)

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

This order set is for management of the critically ill neonate in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for infants 0-28 days.  At birth, refer to NRP guidelines. Not intended for preterm infants.  Published online: January 2021, version 1.2.

Algorithme pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique  (2020)

Algorithme pour Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

PedsPac de TREKK sur Nouveau-Ne en Etat Critique

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of critically ill neonates in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients less than or equal to 28 days of age (corrected age). Published online: February 2021, Version 1.3.

Croup English (4) French (1) All (5)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Croup  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Croup

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Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of croup.

Evidence Repository: Croup

Evidence Repository: Croup

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Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

VIDEO: Croup in Kids

VIDEO: Croup in Kids

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Video: A barky, seal-like cough in children  (2015)

Video: A barky, seal-like cough in children

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Scott S, Hartling L, Klassen, T, Dyson M, Knisley L & Albrecht L

Scott S, Hartling L, Klassen, T, Dyson M, Knisley L & Albrecht L

Croup is a common respiratory illness caused by a viral infection in the airways. Accompanied by a barky cough and respiratory distress, this illness is most common in children from birth to 6 years of age, peaking at 2 years of age. This is a short, animated video about signs and symptoms of croup, and what to do if you are a parent or a family dealing with a child who has croup. This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

Recommendations de Base: Laryngite Aigu  (2023)

Recommendations de Base: Laryngite Aigu

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Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of croup- French.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Croup  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Croup

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Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of croup.

Recommendations de Base: Laryngite Aigu  (2023)

Recommendations de Base: Laryngite Aigu

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Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of croup- French.

Evidence Repository: Croup

Evidence Repository: Croup

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Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Jennifer Turnbull, Dr. Georgina Eagleson

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors.

This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762 

VIDEO: Croup in Kids

VIDEO: Croup in Kids

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Video: A barky, seal-like cough in children  (2015)

Video: A barky, seal-like cough in children

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Scott S, Hartling L, Klassen, T, Dyson M, Knisley L & Albrecht L

Scott S, Hartling L, Klassen, T, Dyson M, Knisley L & Albrecht L

Croup is a common respiratory illness caused by a viral infection in the airways. Accompanied by a barky cough and respiratory distress, this illness is most common in children from birth to 6 years of age, peaking at 2 years of age. This is a short, animated video about signs and symptoms of croup, and what to do if you are a parent or a family dealing with a child who has croup. This video was created through a collaboration between ECHO Research (University of Alberta), TREKK, and ARCHE (University of Alberta). Funding was provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

Diabetic ketoacidosis English (7) French (5) All (12)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA).

Diabetic Ketoacidosis Development Team  (2023)

Diabetic Ketoacidosis Development Team

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This document outlines the references used and team involved in the development of the diabetic ketoacidosis PedsPac. 

Algorithm: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Algorithm: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

An algorithm for recognizing and managing pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis

Pocket Card: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Pocket Card: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

A pocket guide to red flags for pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis

Order Set: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Order Set: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

This order set is for management of pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis in the ED. This document is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. 

Evidence Repository: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

VIDEO: DKA in Kids  (2020)

VIDEO: DKA in Kids

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Recommandations De Base Acidocétose Diabétique  (2023)

Recommandations De Base Acidocétose Diabétique

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Acidocétose Diabétique Pédiatrique – Algorithme  (2023)

Acidocétose Diabétique Pédiatrique – Algorithme

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Carte de Poche d'Acidose Diabetique  (2023)

Carte de Poche d'Acidose Diabetique

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Feuille Dordonnances Pr-Rdiges pour d'Acidose Diabetique  (2023)

Feuille Dordonnances Pr-Rdiges pour d'Acidose Diabetique

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Équipe De Développement Acidocétose diabétique  (2023)

Équipe De Développement Acidocétose diabétique

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Bottom Line Recommendations: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA).

Diabetic Ketoacidosis Development Team  (2023)

Diabetic Ketoacidosis Development Team

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This document outlines the references used and team involved in the development of the diabetic ketoacidosis PedsPac. 

Algorithm: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Algorithm: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

An algorithm for recognizing and managing pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis

Pocket Card: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Pocket Card: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

A pocket guide to red flags for pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis

Order Set: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2023)

Order Set: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

Dr. Sarah Reid, Dr. Karen Gripp and Dr. Sarah Lawrence

This order set is for management of pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis in the ED. This document is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. 

Recommandations De Base Acidocétose Diabétique  (2023)

Recommandations De Base Acidocétose Diabétique

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Acidocétose Diabétique Pédiatrique – Algorithme  (2023)

Acidocétose Diabétique Pédiatrique – Algorithme

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Carte de Poche d'Acidose Diabetique  (2023)

Carte de Poche d'Acidose Diabetique

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Feuille Dordonnances Pr-Rdiges pour d'Acidose Diabetique  (2023)

Feuille Dordonnances Pr-Rdiges pour d'Acidose Diabetique

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Équipe De Développement Acidocétose diabétique  (2023)

Équipe De Développement Acidocétose diabétique

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Evidence Repository: Diabetic Ketoacidosis  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Diabetic Ketoacidosis

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Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Dr. Sarah Reid and Dr. Karen Gripp

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

VIDEO: DKA in Kids  (2020)

VIDEO: DKA in Kids

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Fever English (3) French (1) All (4)

Evidence Repository: Fever Infants (2023)

Evidence Repository: Fever Infants (2023)

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Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Evidence Repository: Fever Older (2023)

Evidence Repository: Fever Older (2023)

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Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants  (2019)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants. Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons  (2019)

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants (French). Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Evidence Repository: Fever Infants (2023)

Evidence Repository: Fever Infants (2023)

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Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Evidence Repository: Fever Older (2023)

Evidence Repository: Fever Older (2023)

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Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Dr. Brett Burstein, Liza Bialy

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants  (2019)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants. Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons  (2019)

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants (French). Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Fever in Young Infants English (1) French (1) All (2)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants  (2019)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants. Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons  (2019)

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants (French). Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants  (2019)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fever in Young infants

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants. Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons  (2019)

Recommandations de Base: Fievre - Nouveau-ns et nourrissons

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Beer, D and TREKK Network

Beer, D and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of fever in neonates and infants (French). Published online: June 2019, Version 2.0.

Fractures English (2) French (1) All (3)

Evidence Repository: Fractures (upper and lower)

Evidence Repository: Fractures (upper and lower)

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Dr. Kathy Boutis

Dr. Kathy Boutis

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fractures  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fractures

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Boutis K & TREKK Network

Boutis K & TREKK Network

The purpose of this document is to provide healthcare professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of fractures in children. Original (version 1.0) published online: November 2015. Updated (version 2.0) published online: February 2018. Updated (version 3.0) published online: May 2021.

Recommandations de Base: Fractures chez l'enfant  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Fractures chez l'enfant

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Boutis, K & TREKK Network

Boutis, K & TREKK Network

Recommandations de base pour le diagnostic et le traitement des fractures chez les enfants. Original (version 1.0) publié en ligne en décembre 2016. Mise à jour (version 2.0) publiée en ligne février 2018Mise à jour (version 3.0) publiée en ligne mai 2021.

 

Evidence Repository: Fractures (upper and lower)

Evidence Repository: Fractures (upper and lower)

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Dr. Kathy Boutis

Dr. Kathy Boutis

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fractures  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Fractures

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Boutis K & TREKK Network

Boutis K & TREKK Network

The purpose of this document is to provide healthcare professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of fractures in children. Original (version 1.0) published online: November 2015. Updated (version 2.0) published online: February 2018. Updated (version 3.0) published online: May 2021.

Recommandations de Base: Fractures chez l'enfant  (2021)

Recommandations de Base: Fractures chez l'enfant

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Boutis, K & TREKK Network

Boutis, K & TREKK Network

Recommandations de base pour le diagnostic et le traitement des fractures chez les enfants. Original (version 1.0) publié en ligne en décembre 2016. Mise à jour (version 2.0) publiée en ligne février 2018Mise à jour (version 3.0) publiée en ligne mai 2021.

 

Gastroenteritis English (4) French (1) All (5)

Evidence Repository: Gastroenteritis (2022)

Evidence Repository: Gastroenteritis (2022)

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Dr. Stephen Freedman & Ms. Liza Bialy

Dr. Stephen Freedman & Ms. Liza Bialy

For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Gastroenteritis (2022).

Bottom Line Recommendations: Gastroenteritis (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Gastroenteritis (2023)

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Dr. Stephen Freedman

Dr. Stephen Freedman

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of gastroenteritis.

Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea (Gastroenteritis)

Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea (Gastroenteritis)

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ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

eBook: Sick All Night: When to go to the Hospital with Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea

eBook: Sick All Night: When to go to the Hospital with Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea

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ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

Browse through this eBook for information on the signs, symptoms, treatment, and management of gastroenteritis and what to do if you are a parent or family dealing with gastroenteritis.

This eBook was created by ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK. Funding was provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

Recommandations de base: Gastroentérite (2023)

Recommandations de base: Gastroentérite (2023)

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Dr. Stephen Freedman

Dr. Stephen Freedman

Evidence Repository: Gastroenteritis (2022)

Evidence Repository: Gastroenteritis (2022)

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Dr. Stephen Freedman & Ms. Liza Bialy

Dr. Stephen Freedman & Ms. Liza Bialy

For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Gastroenteritis (2022).

Bottom Line Recommendations: Gastroenteritis (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Gastroenteritis (2023)

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Dr. Stephen Freedman

Dr. Stephen Freedman

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of gastroenteritis.

Recommandations de base: Gastroentérite (2023)

Recommandations de base: Gastroentérite (2023)

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Dr. Stephen Freedman

Dr. Stephen Freedman

Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea (Gastroenteritis)

Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea (Gastroenteritis)

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ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

eBook: Sick All Night: When to go to the Hospital with Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea

eBook: Sick All Night: When to go to the Hospital with Childhood Vomiting and Diarrhea

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ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK

Browse through this eBook for information on the signs, symptoms, treatment, and management of gastroenteritis and what to do if you are a parent or family dealing with gastroenteritis.

This eBook was created by ECHO Research, ARCHE, and TREKK. Funding was provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

High Flow Nasal Cannula English (1) French All (1)

Evidence Repository: High Flow Nasal Cannula

Evidence Repository: High Flow Nasal Cannula

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Dr. Chris Soder and Dr. Katie Gardner

Dr. Chris Soder and Dr. Katie Gardner

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.
Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).
More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

Evidence Repository: High Flow Nasal Cannula

Evidence Repository: High Flow Nasal Cannula

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Dr. Chris Soder and Dr. Katie Gardner

Dr. Chris Soder and Dr. Katie Gardner

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.
Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).
More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

Intussusception English (2) French (1) All (3)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Intussusception (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Intussusception (2022)

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Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of Intussusception. Published online January 2023.

Evidence Repository: Intussusception

Evidence Repository: Intussusception

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Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Recommandations de base: Invagination Intestinale

Recommandations de base: Invagination Intestinale

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Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

French bottom line recommendations for the treatment of Intussusception. Published online January 2023. 

Bottom Line Recommendations: Intussusception (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Intussusception (2022)

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Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of Intussusception. Published online January 2023.

Recommandations de base: Invagination Intestinale

Recommandations de base: Invagination Intestinale

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Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

French bottom line recommendations for the treatment of Intussusception. Published online January 2023. 

Evidence Repository: Intussusception

Evidence Repository: Intussusception

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Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Dr. Blake Bulloch and Dr. Zebulon Timmons

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

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Bottom Line Recommendations: Meningitis (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Meningitis (2023)

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Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of Meningitis. 

Evidence Repository: Meningitis  (2021)

Evidence Repository: Meningitis

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Dr. Shannon MacPhee and Dr. Jeanette Comeau

Dr. Shannon MacPhee and Dr. Jeanette Comeau

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

Recommandations de base: Méningite (2023)

Recommandations de base: Méningite (2023)

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Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Bottom Line Recommendations: Meningitis (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Meningitis (2023)

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Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of Meningitis. 

Recommandations de base: Méningite (2023)

Recommandations de base: Méningite (2023)

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Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Drs. Shannon MacPhee and Christian Renaud

Evidence Repository: Meningitis  (2021)

Evidence Repository: Meningitis

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Dr. Shannon MacPhee and Dr. Jeanette Comeau

Dr. Shannon MacPhee and Dr. Jeanette Comeau

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

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MyHeartsMap Ressources en Santé Mentale  (2022)

MyHeartsMap Ressources en Santé Mentale

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MyHEARTSMAP - Outil d’auto-évaluation de la santé mentale

Les visites aux urgences liées à la santé mentale des enfants et des adolescents sont en augmentation. Cependant, il existe peu d'outils permettant d'identifier rapidement ces problèmes et de mettre les jeunes en contact avec les services de santé mentale appropriés. MyHEARTSMAP est un outil numérique d'auto-évaluation qui a été développé pour évaluer les services dont les jeunes et les familles peuvent avoir besoin, en fonction de leur score d'auto-évaluation. Consultez les infographies et les vidéos sur cette page pour en savoir plus sur l'outil ou cliquez sur le bouton ci-dessous pour accéder directement à l'outil d'auto-évaluation MyHEARTSMAP. 

   

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Bottom Line Recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. September 2021, Version 1.0

MyHEARTSMAP - Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool and Information

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MyHEARTSMAP is a digital tool that will help families, children and youth self-assess their mental health needs. Once the self-assessment is completed, the tool will recommend appropriate resources. This tool has been found to be highly reliable and can provide options for seeking care other than the emergency department or can provide doctors with valuable information in the ED.

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MyHeartsMap Ressources en Santé Mentale  (2022)

MyHeartsMap Ressources en Santé Mentale

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MyHEARTSMAP - Outil d’auto-évaluation de la santé mentale

Les visites aux urgences liées à la santé mentale des enfants et des adolescents sont en augmentation. Cependant, il existe peu d'outils permettant d'identifier rapidement ces problèmes et de mettre les jeunes en contact avec les services de santé mentale appropriés. MyHEARTSMAP est un outil numérique d'auto-évaluation qui a été développé pour évaluer les services dont les jeunes et les familles peuvent avoir besoin, en fonction de leur score d'auto-évaluation. Consultez les infographies et les vidéos sur cette page pour en savoir plus sur l'outil ou cliquez sur le bouton ci-dessous pour accéder directement à l'outil d'auto-évaluation MyHEARTSMAP. 

   

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

MyHeartsMap Ressources en Santé Mentale  (2022)

MyHeartsMap Ressources en Santé Mentale

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MyHEARTSMAP - Outil d’auto-évaluation de la santé mentale

Les visites aux urgences liées à la santé mentale des enfants et des adolescents sont en augmentation. Cependant, il existe peu d'outils permettant d'identifier rapidement ces problèmes et de mettre les jeunes en contact avec les services de santé mentale appropriés. MyHEARTSMAP est un outil numérique d'auto-évaluation qui a été développé pour évaluer les services dont les jeunes et les familles peuvent avoir besoin, en fonction de leur score d'auto-évaluation. Consultez les infographies et les vidéos sur cette page pour en savoir plus sur l'outil ou cliquez sur le bouton ci-dessous pour accéder directement à l'outil d'auto-évaluation MyHEARTSMAP. 

   

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom Line Recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. September 2021, Version 1.0

MyHEARTSMAP - Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool and Information

MyHEARTSMAP - Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool and Information

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MyHEARTSMAP is a digital tool that will help families, children and youth self-assess their mental health needs. Once the self-assessment is completed, the tool will recommend appropriate resources. This tool has been found to be highly reliable and can provide options for seeking care other than the emergency department or can provide doctors with valuable information in the ED.

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Evidence Repository: Multisystem Trauma

Evidence Repository: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally,
hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.
Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).
More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

Bottom Line Recommendations: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

The purpose of this document is to provide health care professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of multisystem trauma in children in the emergency department. Published online: January 14, 2021, Version 3.0.

Algorithm: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Algorithm: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric multisystem trauma in the Emergency Department. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Order Set: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Order Set: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

This order set is for management of pediatric multisystem trauma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Checklist: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Checklist: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

This checklist is for management of pediatric multisystem in the ED pre-arrival and post-departure. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Feuille d’ordonnances pré-rédigées pour le polytraumatisme pediatrique  (2020)

Feuille d’ordonnances pré-rédigées pour le polytraumatisme pediatrique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

This order set is for management of pediatric multisystem trauma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Recommendations de Base: Polytrauma  (2020)

Recommendations de Base: Polytrauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

Le but du present document est de fournir aux professionnels de la sant les faits et recommandations cles pour le diagnostic et le traitement du polytrauma chez les enfants dans un service durgence. Published online: January 14, 2021, Version 3.0.

Liste de vérification pour le polytraumatisme pédiatrique  (2020)

Liste de vérification pour le polytraumatisme pédiatrique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

This checklist is for management of pediatric multisystem in the ED pre-arrival and post-departure. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Evidence Repository: Multisystem Trauma

Evidence Repository: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally,
hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.
Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).
More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

Feuille d’ordonnances pré-rédigées pour le polytraumatisme pediatrique  (2020)

Feuille d’ordonnances pré-rédigées pour le polytraumatisme pediatrique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

This order set is for management of pediatric multisystem trauma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

The purpose of this document is to provide health care professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of multisystem trauma in children in the emergency department. Published online: January 14, 2021, Version 3.0.

Recommendations de Base: Polytrauma  (2020)

Recommendations de Base: Polytrauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

Le but du present document est de fournir aux professionnels de la sant les faits et recommandations cles pour le diagnostic et le traitement du polytrauma chez les enfants dans un service durgence. Published online: January 14, 2021, Version 3.0.

Algorithm: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Algorithm: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric multisystem trauma in the Emergency Department. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Order Set: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Order Set: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

This order set is for management of pediatric multisystem trauma in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Checklist: Multisystem Trauma  (2020)

Checklist: Multisystem Trauma

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Dr. Suzanne Beno

Dr. Suzanne Beno

This checklist is for management of pediatric multisystem in the ED pre-arrival and post-departure. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

Liste de vérification pour le polytraumatisme pédiatrique  (2020)

Liste de vérification pour le polytraumatisme pédiatrique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

PedsPac de TREKK sur le polytraumatisme

This checklist is for management of pediatric multisystem in the ED pre-arrival and post-departure. Published online: June 2020, Version 1.0.

MyHEARTSMAP English (3) French (1) All (3)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom Line Recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. September 2021, Version 1.0

MyHEARTSMAP - Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool and Information

MyHEARTSMAP - Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool and Information

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MyHEARTSMAP is a digital tool that will help families, children and youth self-assess their mental health needs. Once the self-assessment is completed, the tool will recommend appropriate resources. This tool has been found to be highly reliable and can provide options for seeking care other than the emergency department or can provide doctors with valuable information in the ED.

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Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom Line Recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. September 2021, Version 1.0

MyHEARTSMAP - Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool and Information

MyHEARTSMAP - Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool and Information

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MyHEARTSMAP is a digital tool that will help families, children and youth self-assess their mental health needs. Once the self-assessment is completed, the tool will recommend appropriate resources. This tool has been found to be highly reliable and can provide options for seeking care other than the emergency department or can provide doctors with valuable information in the ED.

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents  (2021)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Youth  (2021)

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Clinicians  (2021)

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents  (2021)

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Clinicians  (2021)

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Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

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Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

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For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents  (2021)

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Youth  (2021)

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Clinicians  (2021)

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Recommandations de base: Prise en charge de la douleur (2022)

Recommandations de base: Prise en charge de la douleur (2022)

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Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Pain Treatment (2022)

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Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Recommandations de base: Prise en charge de la douleur (2022)

Recommandations de base: Prise en charge de la douleur (2022)

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Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Dr. Samina Ali, Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi, Dr. Amy Drendel, & Dr. Naveen Poonai

Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)  (2022)

Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

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For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Pain Treatment (2022)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents  (2021)

Infographic: Opioids- Information for Parents

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Infographic: Opioids- Information for Clinicians  (2021)

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Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Pain (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Pain (2022)

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Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Evidence Repository: Procedural pain

Evidence Repository: Procedural pain

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Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.
Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).
More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

Infographic: How to Help When Your Child Needs to Get a Needle Poke  (2019)

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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 while stitching, for e

VIDEO: How to help when your child needs a needle poke  (2019)

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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

Recommandations de base: Douleur procédurale (2022)

Recommandations de base: Douleur procédurale (2022)

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Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of procedural pain - French. Version 3.0 published online December 8, 2022.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Pain (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Pain (2022)

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Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Recommandations de base: Douleur procédurale (2022)

Recommandations de base: Douleur procédurale (2022)

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Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of procedural pain - French. Version 3.0 published online December 8, 2022.

Evidence Repository: Procedural pain

Evidence Repository: Procedural pain

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Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Drs. Samina Ali, Amy Drendel, Corrie Chumpitazi, Naveen Poonai

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals.
Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription).
More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/ 

Infographic: How to Help When Your Child Needs to Get a Needle Poke  (2019)

Infographic: How to Help When Your Child Needs to Get a Needle Poke

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ECHO, ARCHE & TREKK

ECHO, ARCHE & TREKK

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 while stitching, for e

VIDEO: How to help when your child needs a needle poke  (2019)

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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 (2) French (1) All (4)

Procedural Sedation: Evidence Repository (2022)

Procedural Sedation: Evidence Repository (2022)

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Dr. Maala Bhatt and Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi

Dr. Maala Bhatt and Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi

For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Procedural Sedation (2022)

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Sedation  (2018)

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Sedation

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Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for pediatric procedural sedation. Published online: March 2018.

Recommandations de Base: La Sédation Procédurale  (2018)

Recommandations de Base: La Sédation Procédurale

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Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the procedural sedation - French. Published online: March 2018.

Procedural Sedation: Evidence Repository (2022)

Procedural Sedation: Evidence Repository (2022)

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Dr. Maala Bhatt and Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi

Dr. Maala Bhatt and Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi

For a list of references that were used in the creation of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Procedural Sedation (2022)

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Sedation  (2018)

UNDER REVIEW: Bottom Line Recommendations: Procedural Sedation

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Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for pediatric procedural sedation. Published online: March 2018.

Recommandations de Base: La Sédation Procédurale  (2018)

Recommandations de Base: La Sédation Procédurale

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Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Evered L, Bhatt M & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the procedural sedation - French. Published online: March 2018.

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1 - Arabic

Video: Procedural Sedation, Part 1 - Arabic

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IWK Health and TREKK

IWK Health and TREKK

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.

Sepsis English (13) French (7) All (19)

VIDEO: Sepsis in Kids

VIDEO: Sepsis in Kids

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UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Sepsis

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Sepsis

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Dr. Mona Jabbour and Dr. Graham Thompson

Dr. Mona Jabbour and Dr. Graham Thompson

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Sepsis Order Set  (2020)

Sepsis Order Set

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This order set is for management of severe sepsis in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: Feb 2020, Version 1.2.

Sepsis Algorithm  (2018)

Sepsis Algorithm

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric sepsis in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: December 2018, Version 2.2.

Sepsis Pocket Card  (2018)

Sepsis Pocket Card

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This pocket card contains tips to recognize early shock, indications of poor perfusion, and management considerations for patients with suspected sepsis. Reverse side of pocket card includes pediatric definition of hypotension. This pocket card is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: December 2018, Version 1.1.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sepsis  (2018)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sepsis

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Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management pediatric sepsis. Published online: September 2018.

Sepsis Vital Signs Pocket Card  (2018)

Sepsis Vital Signs Pocket Card

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This pocket card outlines pediatric heart rate and pediatric respiratory rate guidelines and was reviewed in October 2018. Posted online December 2018, version 2.0.

Sepsis Triage Poster  (2017)

Sepsis Triage Poster

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This screening tool is to facilitate early identification of suspected pediatric sepsis in the ED. Includes key indicators of sepsis and high-risk medical conditions. This screening tool is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: June 2017, Version 1.0.

Sepsis References and Development Team  (2017)

Sepsis References and Development Team

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This document outlines the references used and team involved in the development of the sepsis PedsPac. Published online: April 2017.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Original Simulation with Expert Commentary  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Original Simulation with Expert Commentary

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video of simulated sepsis management in the ED, including commentary by Drs. Gina Neto and Anna-Theresa Lobos, Canadian physicians and sepsis experts. Commentary highlights salient management considerations. This video can be used to augment sepsis training or for an individual refresher on sepsis management. The content of this video is intended for use on patients > 28 days of age. June 2017: Version 1.0.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Transport  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Transport

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video of simulated sepsis patient transfer, including commentary by Drs. Gina Neto and Anna-Theresa Lobos, Canadian physicians and sepsis experts. Commentary highlights key considerations when providing information to a pediatric referral centre. This video can be used to augment sepsis training or for an individual refresher on sepsis management. The content of this video is intended for use on patients >28 days of age. Posted June 2017, Version 1.0.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Triage and Transfer  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Triage and Transfer

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video demonstration of the Sepsis Triage Screener being used in the ED. This video can be used to augment sepsis nursing education or for individual refresher on pediatric sepsis considerations specific to triage. The content of this video is intended for use on patients>28 days of age. Posted June 2017, Version 1.0.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Team Debriefing  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Team Debriefing

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video debrief of the simulated sepsis case, with discussion on how the Sepsis PedsPac was incorporated in to patient management. The content of this video is intended for use on patients >28 days of age. Posted June 2017, Version 1.0.

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Choc Septique Severe  (2020)

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Choc Septique Severe

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This order set is for management of severe sepsis in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: Feb 2020, v 1.2.

Algorithme Pediatrique pour Choc Septique Severe  (2018)

Algorithme Pediatrique pour Choc Septique Severe

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric sepsis in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: April 2019, v 2.2.

Carte de Poche de Choc Septique  (2018)

Carte de Poche de Choc Septique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This pocket card contains tips to recognize early shock, indications of poor perfusion, and management considerations for patients with suspected sepsis. Reverse side of pocket card includes pediatric definition of hypotension. This pocket card is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: April 2019, Version 1.1.

Recommandations de Base: Choc septique  (2018)

Recommandations de Base: Choc septique

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Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management pediatric sepsis - en francais. Published online: October 2018.

Carte de signes vitaux pour Choc Septique Severe  (2018)

Carte de signes vitaux pour Choc Septique Severe

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This pocket card outlines pediatric heart rate and pediatric respiratory rate guidelines and was reviewed in October 2018. Posted online April 2019, version 2.0.

Scanner de Triage Choc Septique  (2017)

Scanner de Triage Choc Septique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This screening tool is to facilitate early identification of suspected pediatric sepsis in the ED. Includes key indicators of sepsis and high-risk medical conditions. This screening tool is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: June 2017, Version 1.0.

Sepsis References and Development Team  (2017)

Sepsis References and Development Team

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This document outlines the references used and team involved in the development of the sepsis PedsPac. Published online: April 2017.

VIDEO: Sepsis in Kids

VIDEO: Sepsis in Kids

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UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Sepsis

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Sepsis

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Dr. Mona Jabbour and Dr. Graham Thompson

Dr. Mona Jabbour and Dr. Graham Thompson

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Sepsis Order Set  (2020)

Sepsis Order Set

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This order set is for management of severe sepsis in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: Feb 2020, Version 1.2.

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Choc Septique Severe  (2020)

Feuille D’ordonnances Pré-Rédigées pour Choc Septique Severe

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This order set is for management of severe sepsis in the ED and is adaptable to your hospitals form policy. This document is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: Feb 2020, v 1.2.

Sepsis Algorithm  (2018)

Sepsis Algorithm

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric sepsis in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: December 2018, Version 2.2.

Sepsis Pocket Card  (2018)

Sepsis Pocket Card

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This pocket card contains tips to recognize early shock, indications of poor perfusion, and management considerations for patients with suspected sepsis. Reverse side of pocket card includes pediatric definition of hypotension. This pocket card is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: December 2018, Version 1.1.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sepsis  (2018)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sepsis

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Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management pediatric sepsis. Published online: September 2018.

Algorithme Pediatrique pour Choc Septique Severe  (2018)

Algorithme Pediatrique pour Choc Septique Severe

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This point of care algorithm is to guide initial management of pediatric sepsis in the Emergency Department. This algorithm is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: April 2019, v 2.2.

Carte de Poche de Choc Septique  (2018)

Carte de Poche de Choc Septique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This pocket card contains tips to recognize early shock, indications of poor perfusion, and management considerations for patients with suspected sepsis. Reverse side of pocket card includes pediatric definition of hypotension. This pocket card is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: April 2019, Version 1.1.

Recommandations de Base: Choc septique  (2018)

Recommandations de Base: Choc septique

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Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Thompson G, Jabbour M and TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management pediatric sepsis - en francais. Published online: October 2018.

Sepsis Vital Signs Pocket Card  (2018)

Sepsis Vital Signs Pocket Card

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This pocket card outlines pediatric heart rate and pediatric respiratory rate guidelines and was reviewed in October 2018. Posted online December 2018, version 2.0.

Carte de signes vitaux pour Choc Septique Severe  (2018)

Carte de signes vitaux pour Choc Septique Severe

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This pocket card outlines pediatric heart rate and pediatric respiratory rate guidelines and was reviewed in October 2018. Posted online April 2019, version 2.0.

Sepsis Triage Poster  (2017)

Sepsis Triage Poster

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This screening tool is to facilitate early identification of suspected pediatric sepsis in the ED. Includes key indicators of sepsis and high-risk medical conditions. This screening tool is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: June 2017, Version 1.0.

Scanner de Triage Choc Septique  (2017)

Scanner de Triage Choc Septique

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PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

PedsPac de TREKK sur le Choc Septique

This screening tool is to facilitate early identification of suspected pediatric sepsis in the ED. Includes key indicators of sepsis and high-risk medical conditions. This screening tool is intended for use on patients greater than 28 days of age. Published online: June 2017, Version 1.0.

Sepsis References and Development Team  (2017)

Sepsis References and Development Team

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

This document outlines the references used and team involved in the development of the sepsis PedsPac. Published online: April 2017.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Original Simulation with Expert Commentary  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Original Simulation with Expert Commentary

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video of simulated sepsis management in the ED, including commentary by Drs. Gina Neto and Anna-Theresa Lobos, Canadian physicians and sepsis experts. Commentary highlights salient management considerations. This video can be used to augment sepsis training or for an individual refresher on sepsis management. The content of this video is intended for use on patients > 28 days of age. June 2017: Version 1.0.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Transport  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Transport

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video of simulated sepsis patient transfer, including commentary by Drs. Gina Neto and Anna-Theresa Lobos, Canadian physicians and sepsis experts. Commentary highlights key considerations when providing information to a pediatric referral centre. This video can be used to augment sepsis training or for an individual refresher on sepsis management. The content of this video is intended for use on patients >28 days of age. Posted June 2017, Version 1.0.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Triage and Transfer  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Triage and Transfer

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video demonstration of the Sepsis Triage Screener being used in the ED. This video can be used to augment sepsis nursing education or for individual refresher on pediatric sepsis considerations specific to triage. The content of this video is intended for use on patients>28 days of age. Posted June 2017, Version 1.0.

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Team Debriefing  (2017)

Video: Sepsis PedsPac - Team Debriefing

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TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

TREKK Sepsis PedsPac

Video debrief of the simulated sepsis case, with discussion on how the Sepsis PedsPac was incorporated in to patient management. The content of this video is intended for use on patients >28 days of age. Posted June 2017, Version 1.0.

Severe Head Injury English (2) French (1) All (3)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Severe Head Injury (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Severe Head Injury (2022)

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Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Bottom line recommendations for severe head injury. Uploaded to the website on November 15, 2022. 

Evidence Repository: Severe Head Injury

Evidence Repository: Severe Head Injury

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Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Recommendations de Base: Traumatisme Cranien Severe (2022)

Recommendations de Base: Traumatisme Cranien Severe (2022)

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Dr. Susan Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Susan Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of severe head injury - French. Version 3.0 published online November 15, 2022.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Severe Head Injury (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Severe Head Injury (2022)

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Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Bottom line recommendations for severe head injury. Uploaded to the website on November 15, 2022. 

Recommendations de Base: Traumatisme Cranien Severe (2022)

Recommendations de Base: Traumatisme Cranien Severe (2022)

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Dr. Susan Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Susan Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of severe head injury - French. Version 3.0 published online November 15, 2022.

Evidence Repository: Severe Head Injury

Evidence Repository: Severe Head Injury

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Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Dr. Suzanne Beno and Dr. Joe Nemeth

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 

Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 

More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Sickle Cell Disease English (2) French (1) All (3)

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) Evidence Repository (2022)

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) Evidence Repository (2022)

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Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

For a list of references that will inform the development of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Sickle Cell Disease (2022).

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sickle Cell Disease (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sickle Cell Disease (2023)

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Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of Sickle Cell Disease (SCD).

Recommandations de base: Anémie falciforme (2023)

Recommandations de base: Anémie falciforme (2023)

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Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) Evidence Repository (2022)

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) Evidence Repository (2022)

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Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

For a list of references that will inform the development of this resource, see Evidence Repository: Sickle Cell Disease (2022).

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sickle Cell Disease (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Sickle Cell Disease (2023)

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Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of Sickle Cell Disease (SCD).

Recommandations de base: Anémie falciforme (2023)

Recommandations de base: Anémie falciforme (2023)

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Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Dr. Rachel Kesselman and Dr. Jayson Stoffman

Status Epilepticus English (4) French (2) All (6)

Status Epilepticus Development Sheet

Status Epilepticus Development Sheet

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Evidence Repository: Status Epilepticus

Evidence Repository: Status Epilepticus

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Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle; Dr. Manish Shah

Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle; Dr. Manish Shah

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

 

Algorithm: Status Epilepticus  (2022)

Algorithm: Status Epilepticus

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Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle & TREKK Network; and Dr. Manish Shah & EIIC Network

Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle & TREKK Network; and Dr. Manish S...

Pediatric status epilepticus algorithm

Bottom Line Recommendations: Status Epilepticus  (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Status Epilepticus

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Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle & TREKK Network; and Dr. Manish Shah & EIIC Network

Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle & TREKK Network; and Dr. Manish S...

Bottom Line recommendations for assessment and management of status epilepticus in children over 1 month of age. May 2022. Version 1.0

Recommandations de base: Status epilepticus (2022)

Recommandations de base: Status epilepticus (2022)

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Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of status epilepticus - French. Version 1.0 published online November 16, 2022. 

Status epilepticus pédiatrique – Algorithme (2022)

Status epilepticus pédiatrique – Algorithme (2022)

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Dr Katherine Muir et Dr Sarah Buttle

Dr Katherine Muir et Dr Sarah Buttle

Algorithm for treating status epilepticus - French. Version 4.0 published online November 16, 2022. 

Status Epilepticus Development Sheet

Status Epilepticus Development Sheet

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Recommandations de base: Status epilepticus (2022)

Recommandations de base: Status epilepticus (2022)

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Bottom line recommendations for the treatment of status epilepticus - French. Version 1.0 published online November 16, 2022. 

Status epilepticus pédiatrique – Algorithme (2022)

Status epilepticus pédiatrique – Algorithme (2022)

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Dr Katherine Muir et Dr Sarah Buttle

Dr Katherine Muir et Dr Sarah Buttle

Algorithm for treating status epilepticus - French. Version 4.0 published online November 16, 2022. 

Evidence Repository: Status Epilepticus

Evidence Repository: Status Epilepticus

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Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle; Dr. Manish Shah

Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle; Dr. Manish Shah

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

 

 

Algorithm: Status Epilepticus  (2022)

Algorithm: Status Epilepticus

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Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle & TREKK Network; and Dr. Manish Shah & EIIC Network

Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle & TREKK Network; and Dr. Manish S...

Pediatric status epilepticus algorithm

Bottom Line Recommendations: Status Epilepticus  (2022)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Status Epilepticus

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Dr. Katherine Muir and Dr. Sarah Buttle & TREKK Network; and Dr. Manish Shah & EIIC Network

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Bottom Line recommendations for assessment and management of status epilepticus in children over 1 month of age. May 2022. Version 1.0

Suicidal Risk Assessment English (3) French (1) All (3)

Evidence Repository: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

Evidence Repository: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz, Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer

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Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom Line Recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. September 2021, Version 1.0

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Evidence Repository: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

Evidence Repository: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz, Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer

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Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation  (2022)

Recommandations de Base: Risque suicidaire: Dépistage & évaluation

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurenc...

Bottom line recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. March 2022. Version 1.0

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment  (2021)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suicidal Risk Screening and Assessment

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Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Amanda Newton, Dr. Stephen Freedman, Dr. Laurence Katz & TREKK Network; and Dr. Susan Duffy, Dr. Vera Feuer & EIIC Network

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Bottom Line Recommendations for screening and assessment of suicide risk. September 2021, Version 1.0

Suspected Physical Child Maltreatment English (2) French (2) All (4)

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Physical Child Abuse

UNDER REVIEW: Evidence Repository: Physical Child Abuse

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Dr. Kathy Boutis, Dr. Amy Ornstein, and Dr. Carmen Coombs

Dr. Kathy Boutis, Dr. Amy Ornstein, and Dr. Carmen Coombs

Evidence repositories are collections of best available resources and evidence (clinical guidelines, peer reviewed literature, systematic reviews, etc.), collated by our knowledge synthesis team and content advisors. This evidence repository is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources for a topic, but rather a curated list of current, evidence-based resources, based on expert consensus of relevance and usability for a general emergency department setting. We search databases (Cochrane Library, PubMed, TRIP Database) and web search engines (Google, Google Scholar) to locate evidence. Additionally, hospital websites are browsed for guidance documents, such as clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for healthcare professionals. 

 Every effort is made to identify resources that are open access (i.e. publicly available, free of charge, not requiring a subscription). 

 More information about the creation of our evidence repositories can be found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28537762/

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suspected Physical Child Abuse  (2023)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suspected Physical Child Abuse

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Auerbach, M, Coombs, C, Lindberg, D, Magana, J, Ornstein A, Sharma, S, Tiyyagura, G.

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Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of suspected physical child abuse. Published online: October 23, 2023.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suspected Physical Child Abuse (French)

Bottom Line Recommendations: Suspected Physical Child Abuse (French)

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Auerbach, M, Coombs, C, Lindberg, D, Magana, J, Ornstein A, Sharma, S, Tiyyagura, G.

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French bottom line recommendations for suspected physical child abuse.

Recommandations de Base: Suspicion de maltraitance physique d’un enfant  (2018)

Recommandations de Base: Suspicion de maltraitance physique d’un enfant

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Boutis, K, Ornstein A, Coombs C & TREKK Network

Boutis, K, Ornstein A, Coombs C & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of suspected physical child maltreatment - FRENCH. Published online: October 2018.