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    Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUES)

    Learn how to assess if these events are "life-threatening"

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    Physical Activity & Sedentary Behaviour

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    An Approach to Intussusception

    Learn an approach to this important diagnosis

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    Approach to a Child in Respiratory Distress

    Learn an approach to managing children in respiratory distress

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    Anaphylaxis in Children

    Review the diagnosis and management of this emergency situation!

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Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (Part 2)
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This episode is the second in a two-part series on Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUEs), previously referred to as apparent life-threatening events (ALTEs). Part 1 can be found here. This podcast reviews appropriate investigations and management for a child with presenting with a BRUE. 

Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (Part 1)
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This episode is the first in a two-part series on Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUEs), previously referred to as apparent life-threatening events​ (ALTEs). Part 2 can be found here. This podcast describes the clinical presentation of a BRUE and develops a differential diagnosis of these events based on etiology. 

Approach to a Child in Respiratory Distress
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This podcast outlines an approach to respiratory distress in children. Listeners will learn to identify clinical features, develop a differential diagnosis, and appropriately investigate and acutely manage patients in respiratory distress. This podcast was developed by Sarah Buttle with the help of Dr. Tom Kovesi.

An Approach to Intussusception
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This episode will discuss an approach for a child in whom you suspect idiopathic intussusception. This podcast was developed by Kieran Purich a medical student at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Ioana Bratu, a pediatric surgeon and Associate Professor at the University of Alberta.

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