E051123 8th Annual Anna Karpas, MD Memorial Fellow Lecture: Research and innovation in the emergency department
This is a one hour recorded grand rounds presentation featuring;
Marshal Khant, DO, MPH, FAWM Candidate - The current climate of ultrasound-guided nerve blocks for treating femur fractures in pediatric emergency departments across North America
Ariel Stein, MD - At home administration of opioid analgesia in children discharged from the emergency department after reduction of a forearm fracture
Devan Van Lanen - Wanek, MD - Impact of remote vs. in-person interpretation on effectiveness of communication for families of limited English proficiency in the pediatric emergency department, A pilot study
Healthcare clinicians caring for pediatric patients and their families.
- Identify the different techniques of doing a femoral nerve block
- Discuss the benefits of using ultrasound-guided nerve block for treating femur fractures
- Describe the outpatient pain management practices after discharge from the ED in children with forearm fractures requiring reduction, including the number of doses of oxycodone administered by parents
- Identify the average number of doses of oxycodone prescribed by providers
- Discuss the evidence behind need for quality interpretation in the pediatric emergency department
- Discuss findings of a survey administered to families receiving interpretation in the pediatric emergency department at Children's Minnesota
PRESENTERS: Marshal Khant, DO, MPH, FAWM Candidate; Ariel Stein, MD; and Devan Van Lanen - Wanek, MD
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