Grand Rounds: March 10, 2016

We’re back! This week had a bit of a pediatric focus, as well as some tox and the importance of patient care hand-offs. 

Dr. Kearl started the day with a lecture on the ED approach to the suspected cyanotic heart disease as well as a review of what to do for a Tet spell.

Dr. Shoenberger followed with an approach to patient care hand-offs, and the hotly-debated question of ‘What is OK to pass on at LAC+USC?’

 

Dr. Levine made us a little uneasy with a refresher of toxic envenomations and their treatments.

 

Dr. Behar wrapped the day up with a short-but-sweet rundown of the newest PALS recommendations.

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