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Keeping antibiotic resistance patterns stable

Treating pneumonia in kids

Daniel Rauch MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, NYU Langone Medical Center, Member of NYU Pediatric Inpatient Associates discusses the recent advances in pneumonia treatment in children, which include the decrease in pneumococcal pneumonia due to the prevnar vaccine. References and Resources: Moxon...

Pediatric IV alternatives

Kids hate needles

Daniel Rauch MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, NYU Langone Medical Center, Member of NYU Pediatric Inpatient Associates, discusses the fear of needles faced by children and their parents in hospitals, and suggests alternatives for hydration in children, such as by mouth or subcutaneous hydration. ...

A doctor's experience

Tales From the Emergency Room

James P. Moises, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, Department of Emergency Medicine, Clerkship Director of Emergency Medicine, Tulane University Hospital and Clinic, discusses his experiences working in the ER. James Moises Videos on The Doctor?s Channel: Agitated Patients in the ER ...