“Identification & Treatment of Sepsis in the Pediatric Population”

March 13 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

HealthTrust presents…“Identification & Treatment of Sepsis in the Pediatric Population“ Identifying true cases of sepsis in children can be challenging, considering septic shock in adults usually presents as warm shock versus cold shock as is typically the case in pediatric patients. As a result, recognition of pediatric sepsis can be delayed, causing further complications. This […]

BSN Medical On-demand program: “Shining the Light on Pediatric Wound Care: Going Green with DACC Technology”

This CE on demand program will improve the participants’ knowledge of neonatal and pediatric cutaneous injuries, the unique aspects of neonatal skin, and the treatment difficulties. The program will offer new approaches to prevention and treatment of colonized and infected pediatric wounds. Learning Objectives Upon completion of program, participants should be able to: Discuss prevalence […]

“Nutrition and the Developing Brain”

Annenberg Center for Health Sciences and Miami Neonatology presents… “Nutrition and the Developing Brain” Michael K. Georgieff, M.D., discusses nutritional factors that affect brain development from pre-conception through the neonatal period. In addition to reviewing studies of certain nutrients which have high impact on brain growth and early brain development, Dr. Georgieff provides nutritional strategies to […]

“Why Nutrition of the Preterm Matters: Long-Term Consequences of Adverse Early Nutrition and Growth”

Annenberg Center for Health Sciences and Miami Neonatology presents… “Why Nutrition of the Preterm Matters: Long-Term Consequences of Adverse Early Nutrition and Growth” William W. Hay, Jr, M.D. discusses how growth rate in the preterm infant must be carefully managed, and the pitfalls of under- or over-nutrition. Participants in this presentation will have a better understanding […]

“IUGR and Macrosomic Phenotypes – How They Develop and Change Over Time”

Annenberg Center for Health Sciences and Miami Neonatology presents… “IUGR and Macrosomic Phenotypes – How They Develop and Change Over Time” William W. Hay, Jr., M.D. discusses the underlying physiology that places intrauterine growth restricted (IUGR) and macrosomic infants at risk for metabolic syndrome later in life. After discussing the risks of rapid weight gain […]

“Reducing Infection in the Outpatient Dialysis Facility—Results of the SCOPE Collaborative”

As part of its “Tune in to Safe Healthcare” webinar series, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) presents… “Reducing Infection in the Outpatient Dialysis Facility—Results of the Standardizing Care to Improve Outcomes in Pediatric End Stage Renal Disease (SCOPE) Collaborative” Click here for a recording of this presentation. Click here to download a […]

Mead Johnson Nutrition Offers CEs for Nursing and Dietitians and Physician CMEs With Courses on Infant and Pediatric Health

Mead Johnson Nutrition is home to a host of free resources on infant and pediatric health. The website provides clinicians with the latest information on a range of topics including: Nutrition — from preterm infant to toddler • Prebiotics • Pediatric gastrointestinal health • Nutritional aspects of allergy • Breastfeeding / Breast milk fortification • Type […]